Calling All Stitchers

The Angel Quilt Project

The Angel Quilt Project was founded on January 27, 2000 by James Farmer of Mississippi. It is a non-profit group of stitchers from around the world that make hand-made blankets which are then given to hospitals in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom that have either Neonatal Intensive Care Units or Special Care Baby Units for families with premature babies.

Submission Instructions

  • Any design that would appeal to a child (toys, teddy bears, angels, fairies, butterflies) are accepted.
  • Designs should not be stitched on orange or black fabrics. Any other color or fabric may be used. Leave 3" to 4" all around the finished design for finishing.
  • Beads and metallic threads can be used on the panel you choose to stitch. The actual finished quilts are sometimes used as wall hangings and do not touch the child's skin.
  • Review the Frequently Asked Questions page if you need more information to get started.
  • To stitchers outside of the United States, there is a AQP Canada and a AQP UK which may be of interest.
  • Once you have completed your panel, mail to the address listed below.
James Farmer
C/O AQP
PO Box 5421
Greenville, MS  38704-5421
USA

Additional Information

Click the links below for additional information.
Stitched by Staci in California
Stitched by Staci in California
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