Our Fall donation will be to the Children's Receiving Home of
Sacramento and the Mustard Seed School for Homeless Children.
Since these are not medical centers, the strict limitations of
hospital quilts are out the window. Rag quilts, fleece quilts, all work.
Have some poly/cotton blend - that's allowed, too. Contact Malissa
or Kathy for pick up by September 14.
We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that was created by founder
Linda Arye in
MISSIONSTATEMENT: Transforming discontinued, unwanted and other
fabrics into patchwork quilts that comfort children with life-threatening
illnesses and children of abuse.
More information about the national Quilts for Kids:
“Who wants to make a quilt for sick children?” Cathy Carpenter asked me.
She had me at ‘sick children’. That was all I had to hear, and I knew
I’d be making my first quilt. I had never quilted before, but she talked me
into taking a kit provided by Quilts for Kids headquarters. She told me how
easy it was, and that it was for a good cause. I could sew a straight line and
follow a pattern…but an entire quilt?!?
What had I gotten myself into? (the rest of Malissa's story)
After breaking his hip, a young recipient enjoys a nice nap cuddled with his
He loves NASCAR and the special quilt donated by Sheryl.
Another 120 quilts for our March delivery to Sacramento Children's Home
and Crisis Nursery. Keep up the great work - We're well on our way to
setting a new record number of donations. Check out our March 2013 quilts
Our Shriner's Christmas donation and tour was a big hit with our quilters
and guests. They do so much for the kids; We wanted to help. Thanks to our
wonderful quilters, Santa's wagon was full. Photos
Sally (a 100-Quilt Club Member) takes piles of scraps like this:
And makes beautiful quilts like this:
We've already donated over 100 - our next donation is to Shriners' on June 24.
Our beautiful October donations to the Sutter Child Life Program. Pics
Our July donations to Shriner's Children's Hospital. Pics
More lovely quilts for our special kids. May 2012 Quilts
Three different ways to make a quilt for kids in hospitals and in need. Pick the way that works for you
Some of our quilts so far.
Even through the holidays, our quilters kept busy and provided 50 quilts for our first 2012 delivery. Check out our awesome donations! February 2012 Quilts
Making quilts in a group is fun and encourages novice quilters. Ask us how to organize your own group!
What a wonderful first year! Our volunteers have out done themselves and 365 children are enjoying the warmth and comfort of their efforts. Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible. December 2011 Donations
The Moms' Club of Rocklin South held a Quilt-in for Acres of Hope
- hope and opportunity for at-risk women with children.
Upon a request from Texas QFKs, South Sac Quilts for Kids donated six lovely quilts.Texas Quilts
Our volunteers have reached into their trick and treats bags and come up with another 70 quilts for kids. Halloween Donations
Our wonderful quilters have done it again! Summer Quilts