Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Quiltsy Cares March 21-Kelly Wilber




Today's charity donation comes from Kelly Wilber of SewEverAfter. Kelly lives in Snohomish County, Washington. Her Charity is Camano Island Quilters.

Camano Island Quilters is a non-profit group of individuals organized for the purpose of educating its members in all forms of quilting and fiber arts by meeting together monthly, providing classes and opportunities for sharing our love of quilting together.
CIQ has been preparing Comfort Quilts for over 20 years. The quilts provide warmth, comfort, and therapy to children in Providence Children's Center hospital, and the retired nun's at the Sister's of Providence home.


The quilt Kelly has made started with blocks sewn by several different members of the guild. She then turned them into a quilt top, her Mother-in-Law provided the long arm quilting service, and the finished quilt will make it's way into the arms of a child in need of comfort.


Written by Pat Young of PatsPassionQuilteds, Quiltsy Team member since May 2011.

4 comments:

Kathy Kinsella said...

A great charity to receive the quilt ... and fun to make it a familymproject!

Christine Smith said...

Pretty block, great charity.

Jennifer said...

Very nice, Kelly.

Sally said...

Generous...and CUTE....donation to a worthy cause!