We got to shake each soldiers hand.
Thank you for all your wonderful comments. I really appreciate them. We did a good thing quilters! We did good getting quilts to soldiers. They all have scheduling that they can not control, or change. They have events happen on a daily basis - and I think that having a comfort quilt will help. I really do, and when they are sitting around they have the journal to read, and labels to look at.
Something that really struck me. When you give the quilts out you don't have a chance to explain why you made it, or the words you want to say. So that is what the label is for. I know a lot of people asked what should be on a label. And now I really think I know. Everything you want to say to the soldier, but can't because they are moving on quickly. So something they can read as they are using the quilt. And probably the washing instructions. I did get those on every quilt, just cuz I didn't know if everyone knew how to wash a quilt. When I was young ( just a few days ago) I washed EVERYTHING in hot water. No wonder my pants always shrunk.