On the left is Hannah Muntifering and on the right is Sophia Forliti. Sophia's mom, Stephanie (in the black shirt) is the troop leader. Darlene Nelson (in the white shirt) is a local longarm quilter who was key to making this happen.
Darlene made up the blocks and then taught the girls how to put them all together. She quilted it for them on her longarm machine. Beautiful! It's a perfect project for helping these girls learn about fabric and creativity and community service. Here's the badge they were each awarded:
We thank all of you, your quilt will make some other child a little happier on a tough day. FYI, Darlene can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you want to know more about this project and her quilting.