3 100 quilts for kids.


Hi there!  Welcome to my stop for the 100 Quilts for Kids Blog Hop, hosted by my friend Katie Blakesley from Swim, Bike, Quilt and the DC Modern Quilt Guild.  The concept of 100 Quilts for Kids is simple.  Make a quilt or two.  Donate it to a child in need, locally if you can.  There are lots of organizations out there that you can donate quilts to.  Project Linus is one of my favorites.

Here are a couple quilts that I've donated to Project Linus in the past as part of a charity bee called do. Good Stitches.

Charity quilts can be so simple to make!  Make a strip quilt, sew up some extra blocks you've got laying around into a small quilt, or use up your scraps to make something beautiful.  If you're still not sure where to start, Katie is hosting a quilt along to help you make one!
My Colorblock Quilt Pattern is great for charity, you can stitch one up in a matter of hours!
There are lots of free tutorials that are great for charity quilts as well.  Here are a few good ones:
Fit for a Princess Quilt (I'm a Ginger Monkey)
Lemon Squares (Fresh Lemons Quilts)
Colorbrick Quilt (Stitched in Color)

I hope you'll all take some time to put together a quilt for a child in need!  Be sure to link up your finished quilts on Katie's blog for a chance to win some great prizes.  Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Love your do.Good Stitches quilts!! Thanks, Holly :)

  2. i have to get working on my do.good stitches quilt. i have to get it done! ;) love yours so much!

  3. I'm working on my first dgs quilt right now, and I've got one nearly finished I hope to contribute to the cause. These are such happy examples, Holly!


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