There is nothing sweeter than seeing a baby in a handmade quilt. The baby’s eyes light up when they see all the colors and patterns. The added warmth and comfort of the new hand-made quilt seems to be uplifting to both the baby and the parent. For many years, the ladies at Oklahoma Quiltworks have lovingly created the most beautiful quilts for the babies and toddlers at Infant Crisis Services. The time, talent and dedication put into these quilts is nothing short of amazing.
The Oklahoma Quiltworks is a group of seven extraordinary talented ladies, who volunteer to make quilts. Together, they have hand-stitched thousands of quilts for Infant Crisis Services. Each quilt is stitched with love and prayers for the baby or toddler who receives it. Our friends at the Oklahoma Quiltworks craft from donations of fabric and batting. Currently, our friends are struggling to get quality baby print fabric. If you or someone you know would like to donate soft fabric with baby or toddler patterns, please bring it to Infant Crisis Services. We will happily deliver it to Oklahoma Quiltworks and their wonderful volunteers who will use it to create a special one-of-a-kind blanket for a baby or toddler in need.
Click here to find out where you can drop off donations.
Director of Volunteer Programs
Infant Crisis Services, Inc.
Posted on Thu, April 9, 2015
by Jo Lynne Jones