Sunday, 22 August 2010

Please Vote!!

Linda, a quilting friend of mine has a chance to win a grant to help with her wonderful work of teaching quilting to as many people as possible, they in turn make a quilt to be donated to a worthy cause. You can visit the site, every day until the end of August, to vote for Linda. Please do. :-))))

Click the link in the right hand column to go to vote.

From Linda’s Blog:


Stitchin' Mission (SM) developed in January 2005, as I offered beginner quiltmaking lessons at my church, Lutheran Church of Hope. After several series of lessons at Hope, I was invited to teach beginning quiltmaking at a nearby Evangelical Free church. I did so, and since then, churches of all denominations have hosted SMs - including one SM at an Anglican church, in Sydney, Australia. Ninety-nine percent of the quilts made by students have been donated to the host church's mission of choice.

To date, 689 people have participated in free Stitchin' Mission beginner quiltmaking lessons, with 895 baby quilts going to missions throughout the world.

The contest is still on to win a $1,000 grant, and Stitchin' Mission can win only by capturing the most votes. With the grant, my dream is to make a DVD of Stitchin' Mission's five free beginner quiltmaking lessons. Stitchin' Mission will win only if you help by casting your online vote daily, until noon on August 31.

Please vote for Stitchin' Mission every day at

Linda’s website for more details of Stitchin’ Mission:


1 comment:

Linda said...

Thank you so much for supporting Stitchin' Mission! I was blessed to lead a series of these beginner quiltmaking lessons at St. Mark's Anglican Church in Darling Point (Sydney) while visiting there last Oct/Nov. I quickly learned how giving Australian quilters are. I hope that by winning this $1,000 grant, lessons can be put onto a DVD and made available to churches throughout the world. I appreciate your help to make this happen by voting every day.