Wrap Them in Love Foundation is a non-profit, tax exempt organization
created to help children of all ages around the world.
Our Mission is to collect donated quilts and distribute them to children around the world, so they can be wrapped in love and comfort. As we all know, a quilt is a very special thing. It isn't just a blanket; it has been lovingly created by a real person. A quilter leaves a part of themselves in every quilt they make. The child who receives it will be able to snuggle up in all the love and comfort that comes in that quilt.
Read about how Wrap Them in Love started.
Make a donation to help us to provide more children with quilts.
|Children Helping Children
Quilts made and donated by children.
See all of the beautiful quilts!
|In Memory Of...
A place to honor some very special people.
|Sponsor a Quilt
Find out how you can donate a quilt even if you don't sew!
|Children with their quilts
Here are some of the children around the world who have received Wrap Them in Love quilts.
|Wrap'em Quilting Bees!Quilters from all over the world help make quilts.|
|Meet the Founders
of Wrap Them in Love
These beautiful quilts were donated by quilters who took an online class.|
The quilt is called Stars of the Forest. The quilters sent their quilts to us when they finished them, but they never saw their quilts together since they came from all over the country.
So we had a great idea to take them to a local park and put they out in the forest to take a group picture.
Then came Covid and lockdowns so nobody was going anywhere.
Then when we thought that we might be able to get to a park, we had weeks of smoke from forest fires and couldn't go out in that either, and besides, we didn't want to take quilts out in the smoke. By that time summer was over and the bad weather started up and we couldn't take the quilts to a park in the rain. So, finally, with the little helpers, we spread out the quilts, added some "forest animals", and pretended we were in the forest!
Quilts, quilts, quilts ------
Make a quilt or quilts and send or deliver them to:
Remember these quilts will be used and laundered a lot. Tie or quilt them fairly close so that they can hold up to lots of loving.
We recommend about 42" X 60", but you can make them any size. There are older children as well as babies who need them.
Several times we have been asked for larger quilts for teenagers.
Sometimes we are helping an entire family, so those larger quilts are needed too. Children come in all sizes, so whatever size you choose to make will be great!
Gather your friends, club or quilt group, your classroom, your church and make quilts together.
If you'd like to, put a label on each quilt that includes your name, where you are from, and the date you made the quilt.
You can help by getting together with friends to quilt for Wrap'em, or quilt at home on your own.
If you want to help, but can't send a finished quilt,
you can send blocks or quilt tops---or even fabric or batting.
If you send even one block, be assured that it will go into a quilt
that will be given to a needy child.
South Dakota, USA
Mercy and Grace Orphanage in India
We will document every quilt with a
picture. Visit our Galleries to view quilts that have been
donated. It's a great place to get ideas for your next quilt or just to relax and enjoy the beautiful quilts.