Quilters are caring, giving people. We love to make quilts and we love to give them to others, especially in a time of need. Quilters tend to think that a quilt will always make somebody feel better. I made quilts for my sister and my sister-in-law when they were undergoing treatment for breast cancer. I recently sent a quilt to a friend in Georgia who is currently on chemo and radiation. The recipients always seem appreciative and I hope they realize how much love and comfort I am trying to convey to them. Quilters have been making and donating to Quilts of Valor for several years and thousands have been given to our military men and women who are currently serving or have served our county in the past. Recently, a quilting friend of mine started Quilts for Camp Hope. Camp Hope is a treatment center for returning soldiers who are battling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Here is a photo of the one I made to donate to Quilts for Camp Hope. I plan to make more or at least do the quilting on more quilt tops for this worthy cause.