Take a look at all of our current service project items and see what interests you. Come join us by serving at our Warehouse in Pleasant Grove or arrange to pick up a product kit from an Area Manager near you to work on at home. Your finished items will be distributed to our partner charitable organizations or delivered by Stitching Hearts to those in need.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
We accept finished quilts of any size. If sewing quilt tops with SHW materials, please use our suggested measurements below:
Baby: 36-45" x 56-60"
Twin: 67-72" x 85-90"
Queen: 80-84" x 86-90"
SEWING 10" SQ QUILT TOP
These quilts are going to help the Ukraine Refugees
Many are homeless, have been fractured from their loved ones and have nothing to call their own. We are partnering with other organizations like NuSkin, Convoy of Hope, Big Ocean Women, Charity Anywhere to get these desperately needed bedding items they are asking for.
SETTING UP QUILTING FRAMES
We rent out quilting frames for groups to use for service events. We are gathering as many quilts as we can to help send over our love to Ukraine Refugees being displaced from their homes and families. Sign up on our Host Own Event by filling out the form or email Events@stitchingheartsww.org for more questions.
LOAD QUILTING FRAMES
This is to show you how we load our enveloped quilts needing to be tied.
We are working to get as many quilts tied or quilted as quickly as possible to keep up with the need for quilts to be delivered to Afghan and Ukraine Refugees. We appreciate any help you can give. If you do not have your own quilting frames you may rent them from us. Event@stitchingheartsww.org or calling Anna at (801) 669-1590. Thank you!
TYING A QUILT
We are needing as many quilts as possible to deliver with our ongoing shipments to Ukraine Refugees. We appreciate any help you can give, whether from your own fabric or using our fabric to make and tie these quilts. Any help to prepare them is appreciated.
FLEECE RECEIVING BLANKETS
Given to New Baby Programs local and abroad
These soft receiving blankets are a source of comfort for newborn babies to keep them warm and to let their mothers know they are loved by the special care that is given in making a special crochet edge for each one.
Donate to LHI (for refugees overseas), homeless, fire survivors, volcano victims.
These mats keep someone 40 degrees warmer - making the difference of freezing to death or not. They give protection from the ground and are easy to clean. A stuffed pillow of bag ends and crocheted bags for the handle make a complete sustainable solution for plastic bags.