Last weekend we were delighted to have our local Willow Spring, NC chapter of Quilts for Kids in the Greenhouse for a sew-in! With help from volunteers and a generous batting donation from our friends at Fairfield, we are pleased to report that over 30 quilt tops were sewn and we had a marvelous time!
Quilt tops, batting, and lots of smiles as our awesome volunteers strike a pose in our lobby!
You just can't top a perfectly beautiful Saturday morning spent sewing for a great cause, and our Quilts for Kids Sew-In last weekend still has us smiling! The Willow Spring, NC chapter of Quilts for Kids joined us in the Greenhouse, our classroom and community space here at the Spoonflower HQ, for a morning spent assembling the pre-cut quilt kits they continuously (and expertly!) prepare throughout the year. These quilts are donated to various organizations and hospitals that take care of children facing serious illness and children of abuse. We made the call to our amazing Greenhouse community for volunteer sewers for this worthwhile cause, and it was a full house. Our friends at Fairfield were so generous to donate two large rolls of batting for us to use in finishing the quilts, and together we completed over 30 beautifully coordinated quilt tops!