Thursday, November 18, 2010

100 Quilts for Christmas

Aunt Spicey and Kim from Swim, Bike Quilt are doing a wonderful thing. They have started 100 Quilts for Christmas.


They are encouraging everyone to donate a quilt to a child in need between now and the 15th of December. One of their suggestions for ideas of getting quilts for these children was to find quilts that you had not previously found a home for so I went through my three trunks that I store my quilts inAnd made a little pile to donate to Happy Chemo. Cause darn if that rotten disease doesn't effect children. I knew Ginger will find them a good home and someones stay in the chemo lab will be a little better.

Please join Aunt Spicey and Kim in there quest to donate 100 quilt for Christmas. Thanks!

9 comments:

  1. So many ways quilters can help others in need. It's always heartwarming to hear of the generosity of others.

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  2. I'm with you on this one. thanks for pointing this out.

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  3. Great post Em, never hurts to be reminded we may have some tucked away that can be shared. Hugs, Finn

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  4. Love that you are doing this! Thanks so much!

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  5. What a great thing to do! I've been looking at my orphan blocks lately thinking I need to make a few quilts to share.

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  6. ps. decided to do a giveaway for those who are spreading the word, you can leave a comment with links to this post!

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  7. What a lovely stack of 100 QFC quilts!
    Cheers,
    Becky Wolsk in DC
    www.textislepatchworkblog.com

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