Wednesday, July 23, 2014


Our "Chat & Sew" group at church made Pillowcases today to send to The National Children's Hospital in Quezon City, Manila, Philippines. I found out about this project on "Kelley Highway" a blog on the web.

Karen had the pattern and showed us all how to do it.

A rather blurry picture and not flattering of me for sure!

It was fun picking out the different materials for the cases!

The Go Go Girls +1 took part in the annual walk at Mill Walk Mall and did a total of 10 plus miles.

Great Grandson Eli loves to work his puzzles!

"Watch me Grandma"!

The zinnias are in full bloom now! This picture was taken a week or more ago.

I deadhead and save the  seeds  every year.

I have all colors, but more pink shades. I need to plant some red, yellow and white ones next year!

With all the rain the Wildflowers have been beautiful this year! Hope you are enjoying the summer. I invite you again to visit and Marlynne Snare Folk Artist on Facebook too. Bye!


Kelley said...

I'm SEW excited to see your pillowcases, Marlynne! I hope you gals had fun with them, chatting while you sewed! What a blessing you all are! I'll send you an e-mail with my mailing address. Cram as many pillowcases as you can into a flat rate envelope or box-- that's the cheapest way.

Your precious family and your lovely flowers make every summer's day so very special.

Hugs and happy highways,

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

You girls are always busy doing something! The pillowcases were a great idea! Very cute picture of Eli and his puzzle.
I had a pot of zinnias this year, but a naughty rabbit ate them all! Yours look wonderful!
Happy summer- Erica :)

Jen said...

wow you and your friends are active.Looks like it was fun makeing the pillowcases. Special time with your Grandson doing puzzles.
The Zinnias and wildflowers are pretty and give a lovely show.

Vicki Boster said...

What a wonderful charity project- the pillowcases are so lovely and colorful!

Your little grandson is adorable-- grand kids are such fun!!!

Oh I love zinnias-- they are such a hardy summer flower-- yours are beautiful!