Thursday, August 19, 2010

Quilting For Charity

This quilting book covers several organizations in need of quilts, and
includes a pattern for each charity.
From Civil War quilters to today's
quilts for veterans the need remains.
Other topics include kids, pets, cancer,
aids, and homeless needing quilts.

3 comments:

Mary Anne said...

Are you a quilter, kiddo? I love all things quilting, except I've never actually tried it. Just received Fall 2010 catgalogue from Keepsake Quilting and I want to buy something from every page.

Tea said...

I want to learn to quilt, but I'm trying to make an old farm house look livable, just now. I hear quilting can be very costly up to $600 just to make some quilts. Is that true? Yikes.

Sandy said...

I knit and crochet, and have made a few psuedo quilts. I say that because they weren't any specific traditional pattern. I just pieced fabric together added batting and quilted it by stitching around the designs in the fabric.
Sandy