Sunday, March 16, 2014

Hands 2 Help Challenge

You don't have to read many blogs to realize how generous quilters are.  It seems as though not a week goes by without reading about quilters donating a quilt to people suffering after a natural disaster, children in an orphanage, or someone ill.  For the past few years, Sarah at Confessions of A Fabric Addict has sponsored the Hands 2 Help Challenge to encourage quilters to donate quilts to worthy causes  This year, three groups have been chosen to receive quilts.  The three groups:  Quilts of Compassion, Happy Chemo, and Students of the Gladeville Baptist Church (who will be delivering quilts to survivors of Hurricane Sandy) offer three distinct choices for quilters interested in participating.  Quilters who sign up to participate before Sunday, March 22nd will be eligible for the special prize drawing.  Sign-ups will continue to be accepted after that date, but the sign-up prize will no longer be offered. If you don't win the sign-up prize, all is not lost.  Sarah always manages to recruit lots of wonderful sponsors to offer giveaways to those who donate quilts.  Check out Sarah's blog for a thorough explanation that will guide you through all you need to participate in the Hands 2 Help Challenge.  You can click on the link on the right hand side of the blog.  There are lots of deserving people who need your help and you can sign up only a click away.


  1. Thanks so much for the shout out, Katie!!

  2. What a lovely way to spread the cheer around. Quilts are love wrapped in reality.

  3. I have a donation quilt on my 2014 list quilt. I need to decide where to donate it. Thanks for the ideas!


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