I just wanted to make a really quick post today to share this awesome tutorial and a way to help out with the wildfires in Alberta. I'm in BC, the next province over, and I'm so sad to hear about all the devastation. I've been looking for a meaningful way to help, and I think this idea is just perfect.
Stacey from Slo Studio created this easy tutorial for a maple leaf block. You can make one (or more) maple leaf block and send it in to be joined with other blocks and made into quilts for those affected by the fires. Click the link for all the details, including tutorial and address to send to.
I've made two so far. They're fun and quick. You don't need to be a quilter (or Canadian) to make one, just be able to cut, and sew accurately (or close enough). There are a few requirements for the blocks, including size and colours, but there's still a ton of freedom for creativity and uniqueness, so go on and make a few!
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