Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Project Linus Opportunity

Fave Quilts is teaming up with Leisure Arts to help the children of Project Linus.  I know lots of you make so many amazing quilts for Project Linus.  It is incredible.  If you don't know about Project Linus or have been thinking about doing a Project Linus charity quilt this would be a great time to join in the giving.  There will even be prizes opportunities for those who donate a blanket.  To see all the details go Here ;)





I am sending in my Playing The Scales quilt.  It is one of my tutorials that is featured at Fave Quilts ;)  


I like to think of it being wrapped around a special little child.  I never cease to be amazed of how much love can be put into a quilt and how much love it receives in return.  I am so happy to be part of such an amazing community that uses their skill to give back :)



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9 comments:

  1. What a great program! I'm a newbie quilter, so I doubt I can do a quilt to send in. I am, however, a knitter and crocheter so I'm sure I can pull together something to donate :-)

    Thanks for the info!

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  2. Wonderful! I love Project Linus. I have a friend who comes into town occasionally and takes care of all my scraps and leftovers for me - she cuts them into kits for her local Project Linus volunteers :-)

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  3. Lovely :) My quilting group is getting together scraps and fabric to make several. We also make small sup sups for the pediatric unit at our local hospital. Just a couple of feet square and lots can fit into their linen cupboard for kids to hold before and after surgery.

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  4. There is one very lucky recipient out there who will love this quilt immensely!

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  5. Oh that's so sweet! Love that quilt!

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  6. What a great cause ! I have a project Linus quilt my Lillian got when she was in the hospital in 2001!

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  7. My daughter has received two Linus blankets in her life (one as a hospitalized child and one for her autism...made by one of the PL founders!) and they were both so wonderful! (She received some from other charities, too.) I also received some charity blankets and hats when I had chemotherapy. It's such a wonderful cause to wrap someone up in love!

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  8. I just noticed this quilt on your blog. I have seen quilts with these undulating lines (don't know what the term is), but I must say this is the nicest one I have seen. Your choice of fabric is perfect.

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  9. When do the quilts have to be sent? I went to the link and couldn't see a timeframe.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from each and every one of you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa