Friday, July 20, 2012

Phoenix Quilt Project


Dana Brooks, Henry Glass designer and co-owner of My Lazy Daisy, is working closely with Julie Anderson of Phoenix Quilt Project. Julie is one of My Lazy Daisy's consultants and she is trying to come up with over 800 quilts to give to the families who have lost homes in the fires this year. Many of these families are from Utah and Colorado.

My Lazy Daisy is working with Julie and would love any help you can provide in spreading the word about the cause.

The photo above is a photo of quilts that were made last week at the Daisy Design & Preview Cottage in St. George. Julie is in the front row, left and Dana Brooks is directly behind her. Donations of finished quilts, raw materials [fabric, batting, and thread] are all appreciated.

You can reach Dana Brooks [My Lazy Daisy] at (435) 673-5659.
More information can be found at: http://havingfunquilting.blogspot.com and http://phoenixquilts.blogspot.com.

2 comments:

The Thimblemouse of Country Crossroads said...

Thanks for the information...

~ Julie ~ said...

Thank you so much for helping me spread the word about Phoenix Quilts! It's CRAZY over here, but so exciting! Any help anyone could give those who have lost their home to these wildfires would be greatly appreciated! I know the recipient of your generosity and the comfort they receive knowing someone cares will appreciate it, too! Hugs!