AUGUST SNUG SOCIETY QUILTERS GIVE BACK PROJECTS: This month’s Snug Society projects are off to a wonderful start! These projects are a great way to share the comfort that comes from a quilt.Many hands are needed to make blocks, piece the tops as well as doing the quilting and binding. It is truly a rewarding feeling “to give back” in response to all the blessings one receives! We appreciate the many hands who participate in making these quilts each month – every effort, big or small, goes a long way when we all join together! We hope you will consider being part of the joy and comfort these quilts bring to others who need them.The blocks for the August “I Spy” quilt will feature fabrics with monkeys on them or any solid color fabrics. What fun to see cute monkeys playing around on this quilt! You can find block sizes and cutting information here. This quilt will be perfect for a child who is a resident of the Pine Ridge Native American Reservation in South Dakota.

August “I Spy” Blocks made by Cherie, New Jersey

June “I Spy” Quilt Top – Fish/Ocean Theme

Our August Sweet Child quilt blocks will feature kites and balloons or the bright colors of blues, oranges and reds! You can find more information on this project here. These quilts provide comfort to children from abusive situations that are counseled at Harmony Home in Texas.

June “Sweet Child” Quilt Top – Kittens/Puppies Theme

Bright & Bold is the color-theme for our August Snug Uniblocks! You can find the block pattern and other information about these quilts here. The quilts from this project will be sent to comfort wounded veterans in hospitals here in the States as well as abroad.

June 2009 Snug Uniblock Quilt Top – Blue/Yellow Theme