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*HISTORY of PROJECT LINUS & OUR CHAPTER
*BLANKET SPECIFICATIONS
*BLANKET MAKING DAYS
*WAYS TO HELP
*DONATIONS
*LINKS TO FREE PATTERNS & Online VIDEO Instructions


Nationwide OVER 5 MILLON Donated since 1998

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PROJECT LINUS HEADQUARTERS

FLEECE BLANKET MAKING

FLEECE BLANKETS
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j0162981.gif Project Linus is a non-profit organization with a two-fold mission.

                                          First, it is our mission 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 blankets and afghans, lovingly created by volunteer “blanketeers.”

Second, it is our mission to provide a rewarding and fun service opportunity for interested individuals and groups in local communities, for the benefit of children.

 
 

Over 30,000 Blankets Donated!!

Dec. 13 - Making Cat & Dog Beds from Scraps - 10 am to 1 PM - Free to shelters who come to the event!

All Events @ Town of Wallkill Community Center, 8 Wes Warren Drive, Middletown, NY

2015 MEETING DATES Jan. 10, Feb. 7, March 7, April 7, May 2, June 6, July 11, Aug. 1, Sept. 12, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Dec. 12

Email - oclinus@ptd.net or call 845-692-2536 for more information about meetings or special events.

 


BLANKET CHECKLIST - Is Your Blanket Ready to be Turned In?

  • Please check, double check, and triple check your blanket carefully for straight pins. It's better you find that pin and not the child who receives your blanket.
  • PLEASE REMEMBER - For your donated blankets to be considered Project Linus blankets they have to be donated to a PL chapter and have a PL label attached.
  • Please be sure to cut off the selvage (rolled) edge of fleece before making your blanket.
  • No thread tails or runs of thread between stitching lines. Cut off that extra sewing thread so it doesn't get wrapped around a toe or finger.
  • All seams securely stitched.
  • If quilt is bound, the binding catches all edges and covers all raw edges and quilt batting.
  • Tied blankets - tied with bedspread weight crochet thread or embroidery floss.
  • Yarn blankets - do not tie a knot and cut the yarn next to the knot. This will come untied. Instead, leave 4 to 8 inch yarn ends and use a yarn needle to weave the yarn ends into the stitches to secure the yarn.
  • ALL blanket materials are NEW, CLEAN machine washable and machine dryable.
  • No pet hair, cigarette smoke or other contaminants in or on the blankets.
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    WHERE HAVE BLANKETS GONE
  • Hospitals
  • Social Service Agencies in Orange County
  • Social Service Agencies in Pike County
  • Project Liberty
  • Family Empowerment
  • Healthy Families of Occupations
  • Friend's House (children's shelter)
  • American Red Cross
  • CASA - Court Appointed Special Assistants
  • TAPS - Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
  • Hurricane & Tornado Vicims
  • Town of Wallkill- Police
  • Survivors Resources
  • Tri-State Pregnancy Center
  • Snowball Express
  • Private donations

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    HOW MANY BLANKETS?


  • 1st Year 2001 - 847
  • 2nd Year 2002 - 1,790
  • 3rd Year 2003 - 1,550
  • 4th Year 2004 - 1,320
  • 5th Year 2005 - 2,137
  • 6th Year 2006 - 2,189
  • 7th Year 2007 - 1,574
  • 8th Year 2008 - 2,641
  • 9th Year 2009 - 2,384
  • 10th Year 2010 - 2,381
  • 11th Year 2011 - 2,642
  • 12th Year 2012 - 2,900
  • 13th Year 2013 - 3,117
    13 YEARS = 27,452 BLANKETS



    TAPS - Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors

    Project Linus chapters all over the country support those serving in the Armed Forces and their families by providing blankets to the children of lost & wounded soldiers. TAPS has on going grief support for the children and use our blankets as a tool. If you would like to make a blanket to go to the TAPS Program please include a note with your blanket when dropping it off. We can use all sizes and types, but are especially looking for patriotic themed blankets.

    Please visit their website www.taps.org

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