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Looking for a home for a quilt or 7? Want to help some one big or very tiny? there's a list of 'some' of the many places you can send your sewing loveliness to make someone's day warmer, happier, comfier!

Website: http://charityquilters
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Latest Activity: Nov 15, 2015

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Started by Deborah Umphress. Last reply by Deborah Umphress Oct 12, 2009. 2 Replies

here are charities I sew for, do you sew for any?

Started by Elaine-mom-nana-wife'iepoo. Last reply by Schatze Apr 20, 2009. 1 Reply

Other charities to sew for, do you know of any others?

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Comment by Kathy Koehler Holm on February 11, 2014 at 9:47am
I was reading some of our back 'days'..that we posted..and the think that struck my heart was the site you posted Lisa about the Pink Quilt!..lately, it seems things are quiet about Breast Cancer!..I think I need to make some of those, especially since I have been taking my DH to the Cancer Radiation Center for is Cancer.. I am always so surprised to see the packed waiting room..and you Are right, it does feel go to be under a warm quilt, while taking treatment for Cancer!
Comment by Kathy Koehler Holm on January 23, 2014 at 8:16am
Hi All!..if you are looking for a good charity to work as volunteers for..let me suggest ..Quilts For Kids. They are on Facebook..and they have chapters in almost every State..I belong to Antelope Valley, California..we are supported by Moda Fabric and Downy...they will even give you the pattern and fabric to sew these small quilts for sick and abandon children..please consider it and check it out!..hugs!..your new member, Kathy
Comment by Kathy Koehler Holm on January 22, 2014 at 12:37pm
Hello All, I am new to your group!..but have been with Quilt with us for a year..I love all the groups!..but I think my passion is , especially with the group Quilts for Kids!..I have reached a point in my life, where it is time to give back! I live in Southern Calif. and retired afew years..right now I am working on Mimi baby quilts for the babies that have passed , and no one has claimed them..these precious quilts are wrapped around then, when they are buried .
Please tell me about all that you are doing and your group!..Hugs!..Kathy
Comment by ruth ragland on September 5, 2012 at 8:20am

Dear Kathy,  I am also a group of one.  I do enjoy knitting and quilting.  I knit the baby hats  becauce of one special girl.  My sisters granddaughter.   She was born 3 months early.  She weighed 12.6 ounces and was 10 inches long.  Thank God she is healthy and 5 now.  She was in nicu for 4 months.  All the babies are special.  That is how I started this project. 

Comment by Kathy on August 30, 2012 at 11:01am

Hey Ruth, I am new to this site tho I have shopped CT for years.  This is the first group I've looked at and was dismayed to see your post.  Tends to make me think the group not so active.  I have crocheted preemie caps as well as belonged to a very active charity group when I lived in Florida.  Sadly, have been unable to find any of the same groups here in Virginia so am starting to form my own, lol.  Right now I am a group of one!

Comment by ruth ragland on August 29, 2012 at 7:16pm

Is anyone still in this group.  I knit tiny baby hats for the nicu  for a hospital in peoria il.  the babys are from under 1 pound to 5.  You can imiange how small some of them are.  PLease write back.  I would like to hear from others  who do this kind of things.  Ruth Ragland

Comment by Lisa F. ptracker on April 9, 2012 at 10:01pm

that is so cool... i have a few people say Pay it Forward...good evening... working on a Quilt of Valor quilt.. first time trying this. i used to make smaller ones for the nicu unit when i lived in green bay... and pillowcases but now since i moved back to milwaukee i found other charities to quilt for.. i also would like to make some quilts for the adults in the cancer floors too.. not just for the children.. Adults need that caring blanket .. take it from me.. i know.. a high school friend sent me a beautiful pink lap quilt and it really comforted me when i was going thru my mastecomys and other surgeries.. breast cancer is hard but having a quilt was a comfort.. so let us not forget the adults too

Comment by Colleen Gladney on April 9, 2012 at 8:34pm

Greetings everyone!   I am so excited to have found this group.   If you look at my pictures, you will see my PIF  ( Pay It Forward ) quilts.  I didn't do many for a while because we were in the process of moving.  In my new town, the quilt groups are very much into giving.  I love it !

Comment by Ruthann on March 23, 2010 at 11:36am
Hi, does anyone know of any charities that accept just the quilt top made, as have made a few but have no back or batting on them, is there any charity that would finish and donate them for me? have big full size bed ones, children size bed ones and baby size ones too.
thankyou, any help would be great..
Comment by Nikki on October 11, 2009 at 7:11am
Here is a charity called "Come and Sew" that is ministering to the orphanages in Russia. They are looking for baby sleepers, quilts for the children, small encouragement gifts for orphanage workers (potholders, notebook covers, etc.), and coloring bags (that hold crayons) for the kids.

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