Welcome

Hi There and Welcome to my blog.

I started this blog in order to get any updates, information, and progress to you, dear readers.

There are many volunteers behind Project Linus.

Hopefully you will get to meet a few. . .

Thank You!

Thank you to Irene McGinley for making these two beautiful quilts and lovely bag for Linus.

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Thank you to the ladies at Carrick Quilters who made these lovely bags for the children at Crosshouse hospital.

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Other Chapters

I think it’s really great to take some time once in a while and check in with what other chapters of Linus are doing.

Here are some things from the Channel Islands Group. (Can also be seen on their Facebook page)

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Check out these bags!

It’s great to see so many quilters trying something new especially when it benefits children locally.

These bags are being included with Aprils Linus delivery that is bound for Crosshouse hospital. I love how colourful they are.

These are awesome. Don’t you just love how colourful they are? I know I do!

Below are bags made by Elsie Stewart.

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And here are some made by Patricia Denholm.

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(The attention to detail here is wonderful. It looks like the maker has gone to the extra effort to colour these in. )

Thank you for all the fantastic work. Can’t wait to see more.

February Delivery

I’m a little late at making this post in blog land due to my son being in hospital. (when I was there, I saw first-hand hospital staff giving (Linus hugs to children) out quilts. So here we are. Don’t these look great and colourful? Here are some photos of our February Delivery:

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Thank you! to everyone who put their time into each lovely quilt and blanket.

With these went some bags specially made up for Crosshouse hospital for children who move from bed to bed and have special treatments so they can carry their stuff with them.

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