Comfort Blanket Project

Hello everyone! It has been a while since I have been on here, but I am back and am so excited about a current project that I am working on, however, for this project to be a success, I need your help.

As many of us know from our own childhood and/or from being parents, children love their blankies. My son is about to be eight years old, and he still carries around his favorite Spider-Man blankie. There is just something about a blanket that brings comfort to many. For that reason, I am partnering with my sewing sister ElleRussSew to start the Comfort Blanket Project.


I am asking my fellow sewers and non-sewers to sew or create no sew blankets to donate to the children at the Children’s Hospital of Atlanta. I need at least 100 blankets no larger than 2 yards by December 10, 2017. However, you can continue sending blankets through February 5, 2018, because I would like to donate the remainder of the blankets to the Pregnancy Resource Center.


The blankets must be made of fleece and be brand new (no old blankets due to the health of the children). You can sew your own blanket or no sew blanket, or you can purchase a blanket. The blankets can be solid or print, as long as it is unisex. Here is a quick tutorial on how to make a sewn or no-sew fleece blanket. Once you have completed your blankets please write a short inspiring note to go with your blanket and mail it to the address below.

Comfort Blanket Project

470 Dacula Rd

P.O. Box 482

Dacula, GA 30019

Thank you so very much for your participation, it is truly appreciated. What an inspiring thing when we use our gifts to bless others.

Published by FaithStJules

I was born in Jamaica and raised in the South. I guess you can call me a Southern Islander. I am a wife, mom, and sewist/DIYer. I rarely purchase clothing anymore, because I like the ability to pick my own fabric and personalize my clothing to fit my shape, personality, and style. My style is comfy chic, because no matter what I wear, it has to be chic, but comfortable. Sewing has not just been about creating garments, but it has been a source of healing for me.

5 thoughts on “Comfort Blanket Project

  1. Hello! I follow you on IG and made a comment there yesterday. I used to live in Atlanta but came back home to the DMV a while back. I’d love to participate. I know ElleRussew (met her about 2.5 years ago at a meet up that she used to oversee).

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    1. I would love for you to participate. Elle has such a wonderful heart, and I am so happy to be partnering with her in this. This project is near and dear to my heart because no matter where life takes me, I always end up around kids. I serve in the children’s ministry at my church as well as have volunteered with children in other capacities. I wanted to start this project and other projects that I have in mind because I feel that when we have a gift, we can use it to bless others in some way. If you have any further questions, just let me know.


  2. Hello,
    I sent you six double sided fleece blankets on Tuesday. Three for boys and three for girls.
    Can you let me know when they arrive? I have a tracking number in case they go astray.
    Robin and Joe Eisch

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