Mail from Singapore
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
As-salaamu'alaykum wa Rahmatu Llahi wa Barakatuhu

We just had another swap.. with a "typography" theme!

This is what I got from my absolutely lovely swap partner in Singapore!! She knows I love goats, isn't that the cutest goat ever!! all hand drawn by her, and the rest is crocheted by her, and my book is made be her, tabarak'Allah! that's a super talented chick!! if you want to see her other work (and you can buy things too), check out her blog: Adopt An Ami


Those that don't know... we moved all swaps to a facebook page: Gift Giving in Islam
come and join us!! We'll be having another swap in Ramadaan (insha'Allah) and maybe one before that.

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posted by Sketched Soul at 12:38 PM | Permalink 3 comments
6 Children Left
Thursday, March 12, 2015
As-salaamu'alaykum wa Rahmatu Llahi wa Barakatuhu

I'd like to tell you about an orphanage in Mombasa, Kenya. They have 51 children there. Out of those, 6 orphans remaining and these six kids are in tahfeed (special school for memorizing the whole Quran), it is a boarding school so the fees will include their food and living expenses for the whole year. These children memories an average of 7 Juzu’ per year and some even up to 11 Juzu’

The average total fees for both school and Qur'an school, food and living expenses is per child is $356 (per year)





PLEASE help out with as much you can, and let others know.

To donate contact these people:
Mpesa No. +254 722792749
Tanzania: Tigo Pesa the number is +255652414431.

If you need a paypal address or Western Union info, just email me (amtullah79@yahoo.ca) and I'll get you the info.



But whatever thing you spend [in His cause] - He will compensate it; and He is the best of providers." 34:39 

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Leopard Headband
Monday, March 09, 2015
As-salaamu'alaykum wa Rahmatu Llahi wa Barakatuhu

I'm still working with felt, and sooooooooo loving it! I made my niece a headband... it's nice that I can make useful things, and I like that the projects are so small it's done in a day.

She said her favorite animal is a cheetah and caracal! ... so we had leopard print, haha..and that's what we went with. I call her "Juju" like the magic, so I had that embroided on before sewing everything together.



There is Fatimah modeling it for me. Tabarak'Allah. 


What it looks like up close.
If anyone really wants the pattern for the cheetah, just email me at amtullah79@yahoo.ca and I'll see if I can get it go you.

What else is others working on?? And what's your favorite animal?

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