19 March 2011

quilting for charity

i am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  and we have a women's organization that is fantastic.  the Relief Society is working to assemble kits for people all over the world in need. at this time, there is a great need for quilts and they will be sent to Japan at this time. i have started a flickr group just for this because i know so many fabulous quilters i thought it would be awesome to enlist the help of all of you fantastically talented people out there. right now, the group i started is only asking for blocks, but you can make as many as you want or full sized quilts as well. the need at this time is:

Un-used fabric, preferably  cotton blends or flannel. High-loft bonded batting is preferred. Quilts may be quilted or tied with yarn ties four inches apart. Please ensure that yarn ties will not pull out.  *Do not use fabrics with prints of religious or military themes or flags.

Crib        45"x 60"
Single     72" x90"
Double    90"x90"

Click HERE to join my flickr group and lets start making quilts!

Go HERE to learn about the guidelines and what other items are needed and where they go!

1 comment:

  1. I just joined the flickr group and am very excited to help! Are you looking for a specific pattern block or colors? Good luck!


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