This is the Newsletter of the Hands of Friendship Quilt Guild of Kirksville, Missouri.

Connie Douvier, representing Project Linus, was the November program. She explained how Project Linus got started, what type of blankets are accepted, where and when the event is held, and the area in which they serve. For more information, check out the North Central Missouri Project Linus on Facebook.

Blankets accepted: Quilts that are quilted or tied; fleece blankets with crocheted edges; fleece blankets with tied edges; or crocheted or knitted afghgans. (See detailed instructions) project-linus-instructions

Next Event Date: February 18, 2017

Location: The Moose Lodge, Kirksville, Missouri

Territory served: From the Mississippi River, west, to Chilocothe, Missouri, and from the Iowa border, south, to Columbia, Missouri.

Notes:

  1. There is a need for 800 more quilts for the National Guard.
  2. Project Linus will label the blankets. You can add a label if you like, but no personal information is allowed.
  3. Drop off completed blanket at The Quilted Square, in Kirksville, Missouri.

 

 

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