Hello Everyone. My name is Robyn and I currently live on the outskirts of Sydney Australia with my husband and son, our 2 dogs and 1 kitty cat. I’ve been sewing since I was young (I’d say about 10 years
My name is Carin Vogelzang and I am so excited and thankful to Michele for the opportunity to blog today and share a small glimpse into my quilting world. I have the privilege of being the founder and co-director of
Here’s the final charm report for the Charms for Charity Contest. A few weeks ago I received a wonderful package from New Zealand with 40 charms, 40 of each pre-fused hearts and stars, all from local designers. What a wonderful
We had our first charity quilting sew-a-thon day last Sunday. Eight of us gathered at Lois and Lisa’s house for an afternoon of sewing fun. Three of the ladies had never sewn before. For one reason or another, they have
Happy New Year everyone. I hope you had a nice holiday … I sure did. Here’s the latest report on the Charms for Charity Contest. If you would like to participate, the final contest drawing will be held January 31st.
I received a wonderful package on Friday from Jane of Jane’s Fabrics. She sent me six full charm packs, 5 for the Charms for Charity Contest and one for my new niece, Alice. She wouldn’t let me pay for Alice’s
A friend and I, along with her mom and several other friends, will be getting together in the new year on a regular basis to make quilts for Victoria’s Quilts Canada. We need fabric. While we’ll all be donating fabric
It’s been an exciting month featuring various charity quilting projects, orgaizations, initiatives and quilters. I hope you have enjoyed this special feature. In case you missed any, or are new here to the Quilting Gallery, here’s a list of all
Submitted by: Clare Worthy – Dordogne Quilter What gave you the idea to raise money for Leukaemia research via quilting? I am a Moderator of two France Yahoo Groups. Amongst those groups are some fellow crafters – knitters, card makers,
Submitted by: Jean Kester – Quilting 911 – Quilting Ranny I would love to be included in your list of charity quilt makers. I make quilts specifically for police/fire dispatchers in need, because as a police dispatcher for over 12
Michele Bilyeu is a life-long volunteer who currently lives in Salem, Oregon. Having learned to sew at age 12 on her Alaskan grandmother’s old treadle sewing machine, she quickly developed a love of not only sewing but sewing for others.
Gudrun is collecting quilting supplies and fabric to help those affected by the terrible flooding in Iowa. Many residents have lost everything and still have not been able to get back into their homes. Gudrun is hoping to have all