Feel the Love Charity Quilt Square

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I did this in about a week for a new group I am in as an emergency quilt square for a very sick lady in South Africa. It’s about 6″ x 4.5″.
It’s from Midsummer Night’s Design-the Just Cross Stitch Ornament issue for 2008. I changed the verse from ‘Feel the magic’ to ‘Feel the love’ as I felt it was more appropriate. I noticed the skin tones were two different colors and kept it that way as it made them more individual looking. There is also some blending filament in the wings and some of the stars.

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  1. What a terrifically clever way to adapt this design!! Next time I read a request for angels, I’ll think of adapting Christmas designs that I like! Great idea, Dianne!!

  2. When it comes to donating money, I think the donations where you actually get something in return are, although not quite as charitable, the most effective ways for charities to raise money. For example, you can buy a charity single by Dec from Ant and Dec for not much, but most of it goes to charity. You get something for your money, and the charities get a little bit of cash too.. Have a look: http://www.mirror.co.uk/dec/

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