Northcott Silk Inc. is an International Distributor and Converter of fine cotton printed fabrics for the quilt, craft and home decor industries.
“We were founded in 1935, originally as a fashion textile converter. During the mid ‘80s we shifted our focus to the ever expanding cotton print market. Our cotton prints can be found in retail stores and quilt shops around the world.”
"Say hello to the bright and cheerful Dash Basic collection! We partnered up with Quilts for Kids to create a custom basics line that supports their organization. 10% of net sales are donated, so you’re supporting a great cause with every purchase. We’re proud to be a long-time supporter of this wonderful organization and are thrilled to introduce this collection with them!"
Imagine getting a surprise package on your door step each month filled with the latest notions, fabrics, threads, patterns and everything "quilty."
That's what a subscription to Quilty Box can give you.
Mission: To provide inspiration to the quilting veterans, engage the quilting beginners, expand interest in the art of quilting, and give back to those in need.
Five percent of profits from multi-month subscritions benefits Quilts for Kids!
Michael Miller was born in the spring of 1999. The brainchild of Michael Steiner and Kathy Miller. Two parents brought together not by love and marriage but solely by professional respect for each others' abilities. By leveraging their lives for an SBA loan, borrowing money from family and living on credit cards, Michael and Kathy were able to give birth to a start-up fabric company called "Michael Miller Fabrics".
Please visit the Marie Bostwick Shop. This is the place to find unique t-shirts, mugs, tote bags, and other goodies with logos and quotes from Marie Bostwick's Cobbled Court Quilt series of books. In the spirit of community that caring that epitomizes Cobbled Court books, 100% of the profits from your purchase will be donated to charity, shared equally among The National Domestic Violence Hotline, The National Down Syndrome Association, Quilts for Kids, and Freedom Service Dog Foundation.
An eclectic fabric company with new projects, fabric collections, prints and artists, Camelot Fabrics has recently partnered with Quilts for Kids, Mary Fons of Quilty, and the Mothers of Professional Basketball Players to create quilts for children based on original designs from the MPBP members. Visit the Sew Social Project page to learn more.
The leading innovator in the areas of quilting, crafting, sewing and fiber art for 50 years, Pellon has partnered with Quilts for Kids, Inc. and is looking forward to finding ways to help us comfort children in need.
Their recent large donation of top-quality batting will go a long way towards that goal.
“Our objective at Clothworks is to provide you with a diverse range of designs, styles, themes, and colors that will appeal to a multitude of quilters."
The quilt pictured here was designed and made by QFK staffer, Nancy Lacey.
Although our contract with P&G for the Downy Touch of Comfort program has ended, we are grateful for their past support. They helped fund us to bring smiles to over 20,000 children and for that we are eternally grateful. We look forward to working together again one day
Gat Creek, kindly donates 5% of its proceeds from the sale of its blanket chests to QFK.
Owner and designer, Gat Caperton, says ,“We build Gat Creek furniture specifically for you. We don’t import, and we don’t run an assembly line. Each piece is hand-made from solid Appalachian Cherry and personally signed by the person who builds it.”
To learn more, visit http://www.gatcreek.com.
For over 100 years, Henry Glass & Company has been a leader in developing innovative quilt lines for the Home Sewing industry. They create a number of new lines each season, including "Happy Town," designed by Jacquelynne Steves.
See the entire line here: http://www.henryglassfabrics.com/collection/happy-town/
A GREAT BIG -Thank you to Juki America, Inc. for donating TEN sewing machines to Quilts For Kids headquarters! We can’t wait to use them at our special workshops.
Visit Juki America at: http://www.jukihome.com/
From the moment Ellen Kravet heard about the formation of Quilts for Kids from founder, Linda Arye, she was on board…literally, as QFK’s first board member. Just as the Kravet family’s commitment to innovation has helped the company transform from a small family-run fabric house in 1918, to a global leader in today’s home furnishings industry, their commitment to making a difference in the lives of children has benefited Quilts for Kids enormously.
A leading supplier of 100% cotton for quilting, crafting and home dec, P&B Textiles is a proud partner of Quilts for Kids.
Please visit them at http://pbtex.com/html/outw.html to see the new Quilts for Kids collection, “Out of this World,” designed by Jill McDonald. This adorable children’s collection makes astronomy fun!
Ask for it at your local quilt shop or search online.
Robert Kaufman, a leading fabric supplier to many industries, including retail and quilting, has been a long-time supporter of Quilts for Kids. In fact, designer Amy Schimler’s “Animal Party” fabric has been incorporated into many, many quilts that turn tears into smiles for children in need. In addition, the charity receives a portion of the proceeds from the sale of “Animal Party” fabrics.
Sina Pearson is an award-winning designer, manufacturer and entrepreneur who has, for nearly three decades, set industry standards for sophistication and technical innovation.
We went to Sina’s website for the story of her partnership with Quilts for Kids:
“While we normally do all our own fabric designs, one day we were shown a group of drawings done by 7-year-olds, who had been asked to draw pictures of things they would want for a fellow classmate who might be hospitalized.
“Inspired not only by the children, but by the good works of Linda Arye, the remarkable founder of Quilts for Kids, we decided to produce Good Wishes, and donate 10% of the sales to Quilts for Kids.