Friday, March 29, 2013

Hands 2 Help Challenge

One of the things I like best about the quilting community is how generous quilters are with their time and resources.  Quilts cost more to make than the average person would be willing to pay, but quilters continue to donate their handmade creations to people  they will never meet.  Sometimes the quilts are sent to places they will never visit or countries they can barely find on the map.

Sarah, of Confessions of a Fabriholic, runs a thriving quilt ministry at her church.  For the past few years, she has also sponsored an annual charity quilt challenge called Hands to Help.  This year, 2 charities will be the recipients of the quilts made during the challenge. Sarah always manages to find quest blogger's who offer tutorials and lots of prizes.  To read all of the information about the challenge and how you can participate, visit Sarah's blog.  If you sign up by tomorrow, March 30th, you could win a prize.