Thursday, November 6, 2008

Project Linus Update

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Joy from the local Project Linus has a new newsletter which you can link to by clicking on the link below.

Newsletter Autumn 2008

Joy featured recently on the BBC website about Project Linus. There is a great deal of information about Project Linus, pictures and some of the stories about those have received the quilts. Click here to visit the story.


Reading some of the stories makes you realise how appreciated these quilts are so...if you are thinking that every relative has a quilt already, all your walls are full and Auntie Dorris's Lap Quilt doesn't need a makeover just yet, why not get in touch with Joy and make a quilt that will be much loved and appreciated by its recipient?


How about forming a group to sew your orphan blocks together (these can be the samples that you made in classes and never finished despite best intentions!) - just contact Joy for more information - see her Newsletter for details.


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The Cotton Patch is a family run patchwork and quilting business which was started by Jean Sewell in 1990. The shop is situated in Hall Green, Birmingham and expanded in 1999 to include the shop next door. Originally offering Mail Order catalogues, The Cotton Patch established one of the first patchwork and quilting websites in the UK. The Cotton Patch continues to be a premier supplier of patchwork and quilting fabrics, tools and notions and supplies customers throughout the UK and the world.