Got bibs?

While we are still collecting pillowcases for charitable distribution, we have started an additional project to support local nursing care centers:  Adult Bibs.

Sharon Cragun stopped by with 20 that she made along with other women in the Clinton LDS 4th Ward.  Doesn’t she look ready for lunch?!
They have decided that they want to make 50, so 30 more will be here within the next couple of months.
If you would like to help out with this worthy project, we have FREE patterns available in the shop.  Just stop by and ask for one.  It is a great way to serve others in our community and use up some of that fabric languishing in your closet.  Or, you can have a good excuse to buy some pretty NEW fabric at the shop while you are there.
See you soon!

Rising from the ashes of the Utah wildfires

The wildfires have been devastating so far this year, in Utah and in other western states.  To date, 743 homes have been burned.

That is where Phoenix Quilts comes in.

Julie, a friend and quilter in southern Utah, believes that everyone who lost a home in this year’s horrible wildfires needs a quilt.   That is A LOT of quilts!

To date she has received nearly 150, but that still leaves many homes without quilts.

Can you help?

Get more information HERE.

Pillowcase Challenge

Pillowcase donations are still very welcome at My Heritage Fabrics.  There are so many worthy causes and we support them locally and nationally.

Twenty four were recently donated and will be distributed soon.

A handmade pillowcases is a hug you can sleep with.  If you have some fabric laying around and needing purpose, make a pillowcase.  Or, stop by the shop.  We have some great selections!

Raffle Quilt

You can enter to win this beautiful quilt, which is on display in the shop.

Proceeds go to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1481 (907 W 12th St. Ogden, Ut).  They are designated for Veterans and Family Support.  The
Tickets are 3 for $6.00/4 for $7.00/11 for $20.00.
 
It is Machine quilted – pieced by Helen of the Quilt Patch.
 
The drawing is in March.