Back in June, I posted about my Nancy Drew quilt:
I loved making this quilt and I was really happy with how it turned out. Definitely not total perfection, but for someone who does NOT have knack for sewing and is new to quilting, I was proud of it. I made it the quilt for fun and thought I would use it as part of my table display at shows. This past Saturday at the Des Moines Farmers' Market, I had several customers interested in buying it, and so "my" Nancy has found a home. But not just any home; she is going to be displayed in a middle-school classroom in Cedar Falls. I really couldn't be happier about that. The nice lady who bought the quilt is a reading teacher and she is going to hang the quilt behind her desk. She thinks it will be a great way to get students interested in reading Nancy Drew and more.
This is the best part of making stuff. This is why I love what I do. Books and reading have always been so important to me, ever since I can remember. The idea of my quilt in a classroom, introducing kids to Nancy Drew, makes me happy. When this sweet teacher decided to buy it, she said she was getting it because it made her happy. So, everybody's happy! What could be better?