Quilts For Kids

Quilts For Kids:

I was watching Sewing With Nancy last week and she featured this charity, Quilts For Kids. It is a charity that seeks volunteers to make and donate quilts to children with a serious illness or that suffer from abuse.   I think this is such a wonderful idea, and can't wait to get started on a quilt to donate.  I can't think of a better thing to do this holiday season then to donate a hand made quilt that will give comfort over and over again to a child in need.  I hope everyone will check out this website and think about donating a quilt.  They will even send you a free kit!  How can anyone say no to that!


Be sure to check out their gallery of pictures also.  They have been given some awesome quilts.  A few are shown below.


http://www.quiltsforkids.org/gallery/
Lets all get started on a new quilt to donate to this wonderful charity!
Happy Sewing!

Comments

Priyanka said…
Hi!!! :) I think it's a wonderful idea, I'll be heading home this holiday, this just seems like the perfect thing to do! Thanks for sharing the link.

oh and I'm the newest follower, stopped by from Exposure 99%,have a great week ahead! :)
Glo Sews said…
Hey Priyanka, thanks for stopping by! I hope many will also find time to volunteer for this wonderful charity! I am now your newest follower! Have a wonderful day!
May said…
Loving the creativity. Thanks for linking up in Exposure 99% weekday hop, looking forward being part of your blog.
This is such a wonderful and fun idea- I will be looking in to this for certain! xx

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Quilting...hmm..something I'll learn to do!

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Joselyn Vaughn said…
These quilts are so cute. I used to quilt a lot before I had kids. :-)

I found your blog through the Exposure 99% blog hop.
punkychewster said…
that's such a great cause! i'm going to have to try quilting out at some point in my life... it just looks so daunting!
Colie's Kitchen said…
Hi this is Nicole from Colie’s Kitchen I just discovered your blog and wanted to drop by and say hi. I am now a new follower. I would love to have you stop by Colie’s Kitchen if you get a chance. www.colieskitchen.com
Hi! Following you from a blog hop!:0)
Hope you visit me and return the follow!

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Jess said…
I love looking at all of your creations. With 2 little boys running through my house I do not find as much time as I would like to sew things.

I nominated you for a blog award.
Two Boys On The Run
Glo Sews said…
Oh My Goodness, thank you Jess! I am honored to nominated!

I sure do understand about the little boys. I am the mother of 2 daughters and 3 sons and I remember well those days of endless running when they were young! You have my admiration! Mine have all grown up and now have families of their own, but I think of those days fondly now, not so much then! LOL

Thanks again for the nomination! Glo
BeaderBubbe said…
Used to do so much quilting also. But here is a funny story....had workers in for main floor bathroom and when they left, one of them actually took my sewing basket...which was a huge plastic container holding all my sewing stuff including material....all I have is my sewing machine - good thing they didnt take that - and a small box of essentials like some thread, tape measure and cutter....

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