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charity quilts
Congratulations, Diana! Just over a year ago, Diana Jasany began working toward her Girl Scout Gold Award. Her original goal was to send 16 quilts to foster children, honoring her own adoption story along the way. See our original article about her quest HERE. With the amazing response of quilters from around the world, her...
While surfing the web, we found this heartwarming story by Misti Drew on marshallcountydaily.com and wanted to share it with our quilters. Since 2006, the Marshall County Chapter of ”It‘s My Very Own, Bags of Love” has been operating in Benton, Kentucky. This non-profit organization supports their community by providing age-appropriate bags for children whose...
One of my favorite features in TQL is “Helping Hands.” Here, in every issue, we have a chance to showcase the incredible generosity, creativity, and persistence of people who use sewing and quilting to make a difference in the lives of others. In the February 2013 issue, on newsstands and in mailboxes now, we have...
We have a very special treat for you. Watch this video and visit beautiful  Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and the women of the Mennonite Relief Committee. They are busy at their quilting frames making quilts that will be auctioned off for charity. Lovely music, rustic beauty, and the tranquility of the quilting needle are just a...