The Sew a Little Love project is a nationwide project consisting of quilt blocks with fabric replicas of hands. Participants will trace their hand out of fabric and will sew the hand traced fabric on to another piece of fabric. When participants register to participate in the project, they will also be given the opportunity to leave a comment on their registration page which will then be transferred to a special QR code to be read once quilts are completed. At the end of this project, the Creativity Shell plans to have 100 quilts and 4800 participants. Each quilt is unique and will represent a certain topic, theme and/or group.
Mommy & Me Quilt in Quarantine:The Mommy and Me Quilt will be a special series of quilts consisting of moms and children. This quilt will be hung in public places such as public libraries and grocery stores. By being a part of the Mommy and Me Quilt, your hands will be used to show the love and bond between moms and children. This quilt will also be a great way to remember some of the fun activities and thoughs you did and/or had with your children (and they with you) during quarantine.
Comments: Don't forget to leave your quotes or message that you want to be added to your QR Code in the "COMMENTS" section when you check out.
This Mommy and Me Quilt in Quarantine is Open to anyone in the community that wants to be a part of this project. Instructions on how to complete the quilt block will be included with the quilt block kit.
Please use the “Comments” section when registering to write your comments. Please limit it to less than 100 characters and please use kind words. The Creativity Shell cannot accept any comments that depicts hated or any inflammatory language. Comments will be attached to a special QR code that will be added to your quilt block when we receive it back and it is being added to the master quilt.
To register for this quilt project, please donate at least $12 and you will receive a quilt block kit in the mail. Once completed, please return quilt block to the Creativity Shell at 1580 #A Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339.
This project is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.