Register for Project Linus Mystery Quilt Challenge

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By Jan Naguwa Publicity Coordinator, Project Linus of Yolo County There currently is a national mystery quilt contest for Project Linus which runs Sept. 15 – Nov. 9. The 2018 Project Linus Mystery Quilt Challenge is a nine week mystery quilt reveal. Quilters of various levels of expertise will be given detailed instructions in weekly “Mystery clues,” accompanied by instructional videos, as they complete a child-sized quilt. Get details and register at Join Project Linus to make blankets for children in the community who are seriously ill, traumatized or otherwise in need. Their next gathering is on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Senior Center on 646 A Street in Davis to share ideas, patterns and lots of good conversation. All are welcome to attend the meeting and help sew Linus labels on handmade blankets that will be given to Yolo County organizations that serve children in need. Project Linus members may take home donated fabrics and yarn each month to complete a blanket. Finished blankets can be brought to the next monthly gathering or at the Joann Fabric store in Woodland. For general information, drop-off location questions, or fabric and yarn donations, contact Diane McGee at or 753-3436, or visit]]>

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