Here’s where I get to share pictures of projects I’ve done or am working on. I hope it inspires you to make something of your own or to get involved and help others.
Me making quilt squares with Anna for Restore Innocence.
Doll pillows ready to comfort kids affected by cancer at Center For Building Hope.
Inspirational bracelets I sewed for girls rescued from sex trafficking through Selah Freedom.
My “GHOMA” (gingerbread house of modern art) creation to help raise money for CYD’s annual Gingerbread House event. Modern art paintings filled the windows and Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” billowed out of the chimney. And, of course, Freida and Dali greeted visitors.
Fun and inspirational patchwork bracelets for little girls affected by cancer that I made for Center For Building Hope.
I am proud to say I enter EVERY Broadway competition…and I lose most of them! This was a photo contest I entered (and lost) for Schmackary’s – Broadways “official” favorite cookie maker. Disclaimer: Many Schmackary’s cookies were eaten during the production of this photo.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the first book in a trilogy written by Ransom Riggs. I read the book series when it first came out several years ago, as did everyone at my school since Ransom Riggs is an alumni. Tim Burton (my favorite!) directed the film adaptation, and Asa Butterfield stars as the main character. After going to see the movie twice, I was inspired to do this needlepoint piece that features Asa.