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Saturday, February 27, 2010

A Feel Good Challenge

Are you a quilter? Do you like to volunteer your time? If so, I *CHALLENGE* you to participate in a wonderful FEEL GOOD PROJECT! Downy Touch of Comfort is sponsoring a quilting project called "Quilts for Kids Challenge" and it is open to everyone who likes to quilt. When you finish your quilt, you simply package it up and return it to Downy. Then all of the quilts will be given to children in hospitals around the country, who are facing life threatening illnesses.

Here is how it works: Downy has made up a kit for each quilt. All you need to do is click HERE and request your kit. And the great part is the whole project is FREE to participate in. Downy will send you your kit, FREE. You will receive all the fabric needed to complete the quilt (this means you get everything for the Four Patch Blocks, the feature fabric, the borders, backing, binding, label, the pattern, AND all the fabric is already cut out for you. All you need to do is supply is a piece of batting, your labor and your love!

I have signed up for my kit already and hope you will too!

To find out more about "Quilts For Kids," please visit there website!


Deborah said...

That sounds like such a nice idea, thanks for sharing it with us!

Heart2Heart said...


This sounds like something I can completely do and would love to participate in. I too, have already requested my kit.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Hil'Lesha said...

Your blog has been chosen for an award. :)

Just Be Real said...

Laura, this sounds wonderful. Blessings.

Ruth said...

I was excited to request a kit but it's only for USA. I will try to find a local chapter here. This is a great idea to help.

Thanks for sharing, Laura.

Have a blessed Monday.

Goose Hill Farm said...

Ruth, I am sorry to hear that. :> (
Hopefully you will be able to find a local chapter participating near you!

Cathy said...

What a cool idea. I don't quilt, but that is so neat. I hope you'll show us yours when it's completed.

Goose Hill Farm said...

Absolutely, Cathy! :> )