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Photos from Camp Koala

At our meetings, take few minutes to browse the offerings available for busy hands to begin the work (pleasure) of preparing Comfort Quilts to be distributed to various groups in and around the area, such as Common Sense Adoption Services, Aseracare Hospice, Pinnacle Health Perinatal Units, Heart and Hands Sertoma, and Cumberland/Perry Domestic Violence Services.


Once we distribute comfort quilts to an organization,  we need to restock our supply. That is where you, as Letort Quilters, come in. All you have to do is stop by the Comfort Quilts table at the Sunday afternoon or Monday evening meetings and choose from a multitude of kits already made up for you to choose from. Along with the kits you have a choice of batting, binding strips, and backing to enable you to complete your Comfort Quilt at your leisure, in your own home.


Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What size does my quilt need to be?
    Our kits, batting and backing are finished sized of approximately 40" x 55", but any size is welcome.
  • How should my quilt be finished?
    You can machine quilt, tie, quilt by hand.  Edges can be bound or sewn with right sides together then flipped.  We can provide suggestions and examples.
  • What should the label say?
    Labels can be any size. Each should say "With Love and Comfort from the LeTort Quilters". We can provide labels for you.




Other Comfort Projects

Besides quilts, we also donate pillow cases and place mats.  Below are some patters to help.  Pillow case instructions are courtesy of Erica's Craft & Sewing Center in South Bend, IN.​


You haven't had enough coffee until you can thread a sewing machine while its running.

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Comfort Quilts