Friday, April 12, 2019

Hands to Help Charity Quilt

Once again in 2019, Sarah  is hosting a Hands2Help Comfort Quilt Challenge


I've chosen to make baby quilts for the Jack's Basket - an organization that delivers baskets to families who are celebrating the birth of a new baby with Down syndrome.  As a mom of a now 23 year old with Down syndrome, this organization really touched my heart.


Quilts need to be done and mailed by May 31!  I've already pulled fabric for a second quilt. 



Have a wonderful day! Patty

10 comments:

  1. Such an inspiring challenge that Sarah hosts for us! And such a wonderful organization that you are making a quilt for!

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  2. What a great organization choice, Patty. I love your quilt, and you are way ahead of me!

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  3. Wonderful quilt. Is it from jelly roll strips? I am having a hard time deciding what to make. This looks fun and easy.

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  4. What a cheery and fun quilt for such a worthy cause!

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  5. Wonderful quilt and so pleased you too are participating in Hands2Help. I met Sarah at QuiltCon and am so pleased with what looks to be a tremendous response this year!

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  6. Really pretty little quilt. I have also chosen to help Jack's Basket this year.

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  7. What a fun quilt that I am sure will be loved and appreciated.

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  8. What a fun, bright quilt! It will bring a smile to a new family, I'm sure :)

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  9. What a fun, sweet quilt! I love the dots and animals. Someone is going to love this quilt, Patty!

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  10. A great quilt. Bright and colourful.

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