Sunday, November 21, 2010

{Modern} Relief

I'd like to tell you about a very special project that I am participating in this holiday season. It's called {Modern} Relief, and it's an online raffle for quilts made by 18 quilt bloggers, with all proceeds going to a very worthy cause. {Modern} Relief was conceived and organized by my friend Heather, and I am so very honored to be a part of something so special and worthwhile. As we enter the holiday season, it's important to remember the people in the world who aren't as fortunate as we are.

Here's the quilt that I will be sending to one lucky winner. It's a 40" square quilt made from the Glam Garden line by Robert Kaufman. It would be perfect as a baby's quilt, or maybe a wall hanging. And yes, it's been quilted since this picture was taken and will be bound by the time a winner is selected!

Glam Garden Baby Quilt

Here's more about {Modern} Relief, taken straight from Heather's blog post:

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{ Modern } Relief is a simple concept. We are Modern Quilters uniting through the holiday season by bringing the warmth of our quilts and the warmth of your hearts together for others in need. This season, 2010, we will be supporting World Vision. We hope YOU will join us in taking a stand against hunger by participating in our fundraising raffle. Please let me introduce to you World Vision.

World Vision is leading the effort to end hunger.


In the next seven seconds, another hungry child will die.

World Vision is on the front lines of the fight against hunger. Today — and every day — we’ll distribute nearly 600 metric tons of emergency food aid, nourishing the hungry. We’ll give local farmers the seeds, tools, and training they need to grow their own food and feed their own communities. And we will plead the cause of the hungry in halls of power all over the world.

Please join us in creating a world without hunger — a world in which no child dies for want of nutritious food. This site offers in-depth information on hunger, its causes, and how it can be stopped. You can learn more about key hunger-related issues and share what you discover with friends and family. Use this link to begin your journey.

Please meet the members of this season’s event and view their donations that they have generously provided to this fundraiser raffle.

Heather from { House } of A La Mode

Amy from Amy's Creative Side


Elizabeth from Oh, Fransson!


Nettie from a quilt is nice


Aneela from Comfortstitching


Brioni from Flossyblossy

John from Quilt Dad


Kate from One Flew Over


Ashley from Film in the Fridge


Katy from i'm a ginger monkey


Tacha from Hanies


Amanda from Sasikirana Handmade


Jennifer & Jessica from Twin Fibers


Nova from a cuppa and a catch up


Ryan from I'm Just A Guy Who Quilts



Julie from Jaybird QuiltsJacquie from Tallgrass Prairie Studio

Alissa from Handmade by Alissa



The Guidelines:

- To enter this raffle please click on the PayPal button, this will bring you to the { Modern } Relief PayPal account.
- The cost to enter this Raffle is $10.00 per entry.
- Entries are unlimited, so please feel free to give till your heart’s content.
- Winners of the raffle will be chosen by a random generator on December 1st, 2010.
- Each { Modern } Relief Quilter participating in this event will post the entire list of winners for the donated quilts on their blogs during the second week of December and the grand total of our contributions to this cause.
- Additionally, they will also contact their personal winners at that time too.

We THANK you!






7 comments:

  1. Done!

    BTW...you ever think about doing another Spoonflower Collective?:)

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  2. What a great cause and what great prizes!

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  3. This is so, so wonderful! These quilts are all so gorgeous and World Vision is an amazing organization. I sponsor two girls with them; one in Albania and one in South Africa! I've made them each a few small doll quilts and sent them too! I know I will buy a few tickets!

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  4. What a great fundraiser - thank you for donating your beautiful quilt!

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  5. I really like your glam garden quilt, and would like to make one for my daughter. Is there a pattern available?
    Trish www.quilttalesandcattails.com

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  6. Hey John, I saw your quilt over at Ashley's site and came on over here. I just love this quilt! I'm with Trish, is there a pattern for it? Thanks, Alia from Muscat, Oman at www.coffeebeansdailies.blogspot.com or umali666@yahoo.com

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