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 from noon until three p.m. 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!