The Project Linus Chapter of Wake County, NC was started in 1996 by Susie Holmes. Over 40,000 blankets have been delivered to many local groups and agencies that help seriously ill or traumatized children who need a HUG from a blanket including: Wake Med Hospitals, Rex Hospital, Duke Hospital NICU, Safe Space (for children of abused women receiving support), Hospice (for their Reflections program for grieving children and teens), Make a Wish Foundation, the children at Salvation Army, Children's Flight of Hope, and Wake County Social Services.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Victory Junction Camp Thanks You

Victory Junction Camp, that serves seriously ill children, would like to thank all of you for providing blankets to their campers for years now. Enjoy the video!

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The Cary Blanketeers invite all Project Linus supporters to visit their booth at the Cary Senior Center Craft Show, Saturday, Nov. 18, 9am-3pm at Bond Park. 
Blankets, shawls, scarves, hats, and quilted wall hangings will be for sale. 
For a peek at additional items, check out the Blanketeers Facebook page:

Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Thanks to My Sewing Shoppe!

Many, many thanks to My Sewing Shoppe for the generous donation of fabric that they gave Project Linus today. We'll be making it into cuddly, beautiful quilts in no time. 
We SO appreciate the support of our community. If you're anywhere near Glenwood Avenue, give 
My Sewing Shoppe a try!
Here's the link:

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Cheery afghan

Good morning! Here's a cheerful afghan made by Laura to inspire you this morning. It's cheerful, bright colors will be great for young or older kids, and the tight weave guarantees IVs won't get caught in the pattern.  Hope you enjoy its happy colors!

Friday, August 4, 2017

A big thank you to a blanketeer, and a reminder 
that you all make a difference!

Last week, my four year old son woke up in the middle of the night with a swollen, infected finger that was not there at bedtime. We rushed him to the Wake Med North ER and before they cut into his finger to drain the infection, they gave him one of your wonderful blankets to cuddle with. Thank you all so much for thinking of those kids who are scared and may not have their favorite stuffed animal or blanket with them at such a frightening time. He was so happy to wrap himself up in a special blanket and if definitely helped calm his nerves. Your hard work and kindness is truly appreciated! Thank you all so much!Thank you to all your volunteers, what a great way to do something special for those in a time of need!