We rely on local quilters/crocheters/knitters to provide handcrafted quilts and bags for each of our children. You can provide your own materials or stop by the office to pick some up from us. We have quilt kits and batting, as well as fabric for bags.
Please see the links below for size specifications and guidelines for the bags and blankets that we distribute to the children in crisis.
If you are interested in sewing other creative projects, consider making burp cloths, bibs, receiving blankets, hats, scarfs, or doll blankets. There are no specifications for these items, so be imaginative!
Quilted/Crotchet/Knitted Blanket Sizes and Guidelines
Are you a quilter? Would you like to be? Here you will find all of the size specifications and guidelines for the quilts we give to the children in crisis. Learn More Here.
Fleece Blanket Guidelines and Instructions
This is a fun, inexpensive, fast, no-sew way to provide blankets to children in crisis. We have fleece kits available for making tie blankets, or you can choose your own material. Learn More Here.
Butterfly Blanket Guidelines and Instructions
This is Bags of Love’s signature blanket that we put in every infant bag. It is a fun sewing project for beginners to experts. Learn More Here.
Bag Sewing Guidelines and Instructions
Every bag of Love that is given to a child comes in a handmade bag. The children are then able to use this bag to carry their possessions or use as a pillowcase or as a laundry bag. This is a quick, easy sewing project for beginners to experts. Learn More Here.