The Linus Project is a national service group dedicated to supporting children who are seriously ill, abused, traumatized, or in serious need. The local chapters create child-sized "comfort quilts" from cotton fabrics or by crocheting or knitting. St. Paul is honored to have been chosen to host a local Conroe Chapter of the Linus Project!
There's a place for everyone to help make Linus quilts! Can you cut? pin? sew with a machine? Write notes? fold? Mark? Come enjoy the Christian fellowship and fill your heart with the joy of making a difference in the life of a child!
The Linus Project at St. Paul meets every Wednesday at noon in the St. Paul Fellowship Hall at 1100 W. Semands. Come join us. For more info, send us a note via the link at the bottom of the St. Paul home page.
Sandy Oliverson is the leader of the Linus Project at St. Paul. She is a professional artist, skilled quilter (and teacher!), and serves as the Chair of the Chancel Committee. All the supplies you will need , except personal sewing tools, are provided by Sandy! Come join! Come learn! You'll have a great time!