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  • Re: fabric, fabric and more fabric!

    Hello! I don't know where you are located - I'm in Ohio and with a group who makes quilts for homebound Medicad patients. They have nothing and are SO thrilled with the quilts - our group feels blessed to be able to sew for others!
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Kelli on Mon, Mar 4 2013
  • Charity Quilts

    Hi Adele - I was so glad to read your post! No worries on the typing - I'm amazed you can do it left handed! Sounds like your group is really active. I would be more than happy to send you the mastectomy pillow pattern. We don't use a specific pattern for the placemats - many of the women just "do their own thing" and some will Google
    Posted to Quilting for Charities (Forum) by Kelli on Tue, Feb 26 2013
  • Charity Quilts

    Hi - I am with a small guild and this is only our second year. We make three types of quilts - for Project LInus, a teen runaway shelter, and Medicaid homebound clients. For smaller charity projects we make breast cancer mastectomy pillows and placemats for Mobile Meals. It is so rewarding to see how creative the women are and how much fun they have
    Posted to Quilting for Charities (Forum) by Kelli on Mon, Feb 11 2013
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