Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Quilts for Kids

Here you see a bunch of quilts and quilt tops which I have made for kids through various programs. I'll try to remember where they are each going.

These four are going to Wrap-a-Smile, for kids going through cleft lip/cleft palette surgery.

These next four are going to Margaret's Hope Chest. They support various programs for kids/moms/dads in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area.

The next five are going to Quilts Beyond Borders, a group that sends quilts to underserved areas globally, such as Syrian refugees and to orphanages in Ethiopia. You may notice that theses are very similar. They are all made from a similar pattern which an online guild chose for a summer project in 2015. We were quite successful and since it started we have made well over 100 of these quilts. They're quick, easy, and attractive.

Back to the sewing machine! - Carol E.


  1. Those four are all the same, and yet beautifully different. What terrific work you've done.

  2. What an amazing collection - simple, but so colorful and different. You will surely be blessed for these works of mercy.

  3. What a beautiful collection of love. They will lighten so many lives.

  4. have been given this link as I have made some bags for syringe drivers and was advised you might like to share them they are for Wheatfields hospice in Leeds also done a quilt they plan to raffle

  5. Wow! What a wonderful set of QUILTS!! They will be loved.

  6. Looks like a great quilt for scrap busting. Do you know where I can find the pattern or instructions?

    1. Cut two pieces 5.5"x6.5" . cut one piece 4.5"x10.5". Sew them together to make a 10.5" block. Refer to the pictures to see the block. super easy. Have fun!