You’re invited to quilt along with us as we make Nancy Zieman’s Quilt To Give. We’ve written 10 easy steps, within 10 blog postings. With our step-by-step directions, you’ll be able to make a great looking quilt from your fabric stash in 10 Easy Steps.
In 2011, Nancy designed our Quilt to Give project to use your fabric stash and create an attractive bed-sized quilt, and then give it away to an individual or family in need. Making and giving a needed bed quilt is a heartfelt way of showing support and encouragement.
Bed quilts—twin, double, and queen—are ideal quilt sizes to make and donate. We’re making twin-size quilts to show our love to those we will likely never meet, yet whose images fill our minds.
Nancy Zieman’s Quilt To Give design can easily be made from a fabric stash with perhaps a few purchased fabric additions. Nancy’s quilt design is simple and attractive, and easy to make as you follow along with our 10 Easy Steps.
Ten Easy Steps
Helpful Printable PDFs
- Plan your quilt with our printable PDF Quilt to Give Cutting Worksheet–Twin Size
- Plan your quilt with our printable PDF Quilt to Give Cutting Worksheet–Double, Queen and King
- Plan your quilt with our printable PDF Quilt to Give Cutting Worksheet–Tummy Time Size.
- Quilt for Others with “Quilt to Give” Learn how to set-up and organize a Quilt to Give Event in the future, as conditions permit.
So, gather fabrics, encourage friends to join in and make a quilt from home, enjoy the process, thank God for the many blessing you have, and then give away the quilt.
The gift is in the giving!
Team Nancy Zieman
Nancy Zieman Productions. LLC.
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