In our most recent newsletter we asked you for stories about Quilts for Kids. How did you find us?
Here's a particularly touching story from Janet Mahan:
"When my grandson was 8 years old, he said to me, 'Grandma, I have enough quilts for now. I think you should make some for homeless people so they can wrap up in them and feel loved.'
I had just recently learned of Quilts for Kids, so I asked him if I could make them for children in hospitals so they could wrap up and feel loved.
He thought that was a good idea. So, now I sew with the QFK Marana, AZ, chapter. Friends in my sewing group enjoy cleaning out their sewing rooms and passing on anything I find useful. It's a wonderful past-time that I highly recommend."
Thank you Janet, and give your grandson a big hug from ...