Why is this lady smiling? Because we told her to. No, really. This is Lou Ann Wise from Chesapeake, Virginia, who periodically drives up to Fairless Hills, PA to deliver quilts she has made for the children.
Pictured here are the 17 quilts she delivered today, which brings her total ...Read More »
QFK Chapter in Bakersfield, CA. recently was featured on the local ABC news program.
Take a look at the video here.
Keeping in contact with local media helps get the word out!
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Binding is actually my favorite part of quilting. Aside from jubilation that the project is almost finished, I find it very relaxing to hand-sew those tiny little blind stitches. My corners are getting quite good, but every now and then, one just doesn't come out right.
I wish I ...Read More »
Sometimes asking for money is not easy, but getting the word out about QFK in your local community is so important. Barb Lucas, chapter leader of San Antonio Military Chapter just sent us a photo of her receiving a donation from Pursch Motors representative, Bessie Escobar.
I asked her for ...Read More »
Quilt raffles are an increasingly popular way to raise funds for chapters. Recently, Cathy Case, chapter leader of Indiana Quilts for Kids, announced the winner of their first raffle, a queen-sized hand-quilted fancy fan.
Dee Dee Anderson! ...and a delighted winner, indeed.
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