Submitted by Terry Hodskins (May 2007), Rotary Club of Wells D7780, Wells Maine, USA

Terry says, ” I searched the web for black and whte panels or whole quilts and good old Crayola Crayons were used.  Now, mind you, the colorings do need to be “Heat Set” – done with your trusty iron and paper towels.  I had a friend of mine put the panel into blocks and she did a fantastic job.  When making a quilt to be colored — it is very important to iron some “Freezer Paper” on the back to stabilize the fabric.  Have Fun!

The attached pictures are of a black and white panel that my quilter friend put into a quilt.  What you see is the before and after pictures.  Wrap-A-Smile was asked to have a display last weekend at our District Conference and this was a huge part of it.  The folks you see in the photos are our Lady District Governor and the fellow is our Assistant District Governor.  They are now at the quilter’s being quilted  (the quilts that is!!).