mandy munroe

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Project Linus Block

Hi there, it seems that Festival of Quilts tickets are gradually arriving in the post this week. Exciting!

Time to be making a block for project Linus. Every year our quilt group Jo Blox each make a block for the challenge and pop by their stand to drop it off. Last year we picked up the foundation paper for a beach hut and instructions for a sailing boat for their Seaside theme. These are just ideas to get you started.


If you haven’t heard about Project Linus, take a look at their website.


It is run by volunteers and the donated blocks are made up into quilts to comfort children. Anything goes as long as the block measures 12 1/2″ unfinished.

I’m sure they would love it if you made one too 🙂


And here is Antheas version of the Tippler Quilt

AntheasTippler Quilt

Thank you for sending me this pic Anthea, I love your choice of colours!


2 comments on “Project Linus Block

  1. Anthea Sperlinger
    July 4, 2016

    Hi Mandy This is what I made after your workshop at Hometown, Rochester

    Anthea C. Sperlinger


    • mandymunroe
      July 4, 2016

      Thank you so much for sending me a pic! – I’ve edited it in above 🙂

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