Community Service Project

Project Coordinator
Sandy Shepherd

We continue our mission of providing quilts for those in need through the Linus Project for teens graduating from the Dane County Foster Care Program, in addition to providing quilts of all sizes to area hospitals.
Our present fabric stash is plentiful and will be used for kits.

At this time we would ask that you limit fabric donations to sizes of 2 yards or more. These larger sizes are used for backings amd bindings.

And because of the great number of quilt tops donated this past year, we are asking that you limit your quilt top donations so we can concentrate on finishing what has been donated.

Completed quilts are welcome!!

Any longarmer interested in machine quilting a Linus quilt will be provided backing and batting along with the quilt top. (Please contact me (Sandy) ahead of time so I can assemble the items and make arrangements for delivery.)

Foster care graduates need twin sized quilts measuring 63 X 87 to 78 X 87.


Here is the pattern that makes a lovely pillowcase that Ronald McDonald House kids love.

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