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We feel so very blessed and fortunate.
But, not everyone came through the Hurricanes unscathed. Although we don’t have time to pull a new pattern together
we want to start helping NOW!
Don’t you feel the same?

When I came home after 2 years in Thailand I found that I had suffered a flood in my basement and my sewing room.  No, it was nothing compared to most of the people on the southern coast, but after 6 months home, with the walls finally replaced and new carpet just 2 weeks ago, I barely have things back in my basement.

Sooo. WE’RE MAKING 2 OFFERS AND PRAY YOU’LL WANT TO HELP US.

#1  BLANKETS AND PILLOWCASES FOR TEXAS

from Angela Meadows

I never thought I’d create a GoFundMe page, but I want to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. I live near St. Louis so I wasn’t touched by the hurricane, but my heart goes out to so many of those who were affected by its devastation.

My talent is sewing, and I love making pillowcases and tied fleece blankets. So that’s what I’m going to do! Imagine someone who has lost everything they own, and they are given a hand-made-with-love *original* pillowcase and blanket, all their… (read more)

Angela Meadows

#2  ALL PROFITS FROM THESE 2 PANTOS WILL BE DONATED TO 2017 HURRICANE RELIEF

from MeadowLyon Designs

Many years ago in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina I created “FRENCH QUARTER.”

At that time we offered it as a fundraiser with all profits going to Hurricane relief.  We are offering this same nostalgic pattern once again.  I remembered the Cafe Du Monde, and Riverboats, and the French Market. I wondered if it would ever be the same!

We’re also offering “SEASCAPE”  and “SEASCAPE PDF”


The palms and rolling surf remind us of the beaches on the Gulf.  Lounging under an umbrella and tracing love notes in the sand with your toes, it embodies the carefree vacation life.  Residents and volunteers are working hard to make it that way again!

REMEMBER WE ARE DONATING ALL PROFITS from these 2 patterns from
www.meadowlyon.com and our digital versions at www.legacyquilting.com

Judy Lyon