The blanket is finished and on its way to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. I am so pleased with the way the banket came together; I know my Great Grandmother Kate, an avid quilter in her day, was helping me from above as I measured, cut and sewed the squares together.
It's never too late to donate and/or sponsor an elephant square. Please visit my blog http://stitchingforelephants.blogspot.com/ to see a list of elephants still available. There are also more pictures of the finished blanket for you to see.
Thank you to all the donors who kept me motivated to stitch to raise funds for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a very worthwhile cause!
Blankets play an important role in the recovery and rehabilitation of orphaned elephants lucky enough to find a home at the DSWT nursery. You can read more by visitng http://www.dswtwildernessjournal.com/orphans-in-blankets/