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Tip Of The Month


I know we all thought we had plenty of 9 strips for this year's request. After all last year we needed slightly less than 300 and we have 340 in storage and about another 20, some which still need quilting. However, we have received requests for approximately 550 of them. We plan to have an assembly line to make them at MABD. Thanks to Marilyn Nickel we have some at almost every stage. Barb will be busy making kits, so if you have time to make any now, or just to get them started, she will be putting some in her outbox starting October 8th. If you have some in progress, please finish them ASAP. If you have some in progress and think you can finish them by MABD, please let Barb know how many. 

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Make a Blanket Days - 2024

Join us on Saturday March 2nd and Saturday November 2nd from 9am to 3pm

 at St. Jude's Episcopal Church Cupertino (20920 McClellan Rd) 

the event  includes a Meeting 11am followed by a

Potluck Lunch at Noon (bring something to share) 

Quilters BYO-Sewing machine; some kits will be provided

Knitters/crocheters - BYO-PL Project; some yarn will be available Fleece blanketeers - BYO-Fabric


Come enjoy blanketeering together -  it's always a fun time!

Join us for all or part of the event.

Hope to see you there! 


PS Set-up will be the day before, Friday 1pm  each event

please plan to help us for an hour;

Many hands are needed for a good set-up (and take down help Saturday is needed / appreciated as well!)



Sew Day with Sylvie

on Wednesdays

at Meissner Sewing Center, San Jose

For details and sign-up

Contact Sylvie Here

(limited tables)


New Flannel Project Idea

El Camino NICU Flannel Blankets

as incubator covers for preemies

(please read carefully for very specific instructions) 


Donated Blankets

Our Chapter


since 2002



since 1995

over 300 chapters

Project Linus is a volunteer non-profit 501c3 organization. Our Mission is to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade and washable blankets, quilts and afghans, lovingly created by volunteer “blanketeers.”

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