Jennifer was another Sewing Summit attendee (along with her Mom - they were one of several adorable mother/daughter duos) and her hometown was one devastated by Hurricane Sandy. She's lucky enough to live in Hawaii now but her heart is clearly in New Jersey. She wanted to do something to help and so she's collecting blocks to make into quilts that she can deliver in December.
Isn't that what most of us makers want to do to help in times of trouble, make something?
Well you can help too! You can find the information on her blog. Even a few blocks will help create something of comfort and beauty for those who need it most right now. Get sewing people!