This baby quilt is for Mack. Short for Macarthur. Mack's Daddy -- ha!-- is one of hubs' best friends and this is about three months late. But to be fair, they wouldn't reveal the sex until he was born, so I'm not going to beat myself up over it.
That's it. The one thing I would change maybe is to use a flannel inside instead of the batting. As heavily quilted as this thing is, it feels a little stiff for a baby. Hopefully, Mack's Mommy will wash it a lot and it will soften. But I always worry that gift quilts are going to end up on a shelf.
Jenny, if you're reading this, DON'T be afraid to wash it! xoxoxo
FYI: The Craft Hope for Haiti Shop is still adding new items!!
Also, if you haven't checked there in a while, there are also a few hangbags donated by Amy Butler herself, like this Field Bag . The pinkness is killing me.
There are also several books that have been donated -- including signed copies of The Creative Family and Handmade Home, both by Amanda Soule.
According to Sarah and Jade, the shop has now raised over $30,000 for Doctors Without Borders in Haiti. Wow. That's something big.