This month the Square Heart Award goes to
Anneke from the Netherlands
Anneke has been a devoted member of KAS since November 2010. You only have to chat with Anneke once to know what a wonderful, kind and generous person she is.
Anneke is a fiber artist. Every one of her squares is a work of art. I love them all, but without a doubt, her "knit-a-square square" is my favorite. In this square she embodies what we all work for together in the KAS community, putting our squares together to keep children warm.
What makes each square even more beautiful is the love that Anneke puts into each one for the children of South Africa. Her pocket squares are a perfect example.
It is important to remember that each child needs 35 squares for her blanket. Each and every one of our Plain Janes is essential. Look how beautiful they are when sewn together with one or two fancy squares! The toadstools are from Anneke, the truck from Anne Powell, and if you recognise your squares, please let us know! Sharing our talent, simple or elaborate squares, warms and brightens the lives of children who have so little.
Thank you so much Anneke for sharing your incredible talent with us and using it to brighten the lives of the orphans of South Africa!
I invite you to visit Anneke's photo page, choose your own favorite square and share it with us here.