Regular Meetings

St. Christopher's Church
at 42nd and Elgin,
in the basement from 1pm-3pm.

January 17
February 21
March 21
April 18
May 16
June 20
July 18
August 15
September 19
October 17

--> Annual Workday
November 21, 2015
from 10am-3pm
Lubbock Christian Univ. Library
on Dover, south of 19th St.

December — no meeting

Drop-Off Locations

Naturally, we'd love to have you come by one of our regular meetings so we could thank you in person for your donation, but if that's not possible, then please leave your donation at one of the following locations:

Bernina Sewing Studio
4601 S. Loop 289
between Slide and Quaker
(806) 792-3863

Darlene's Sewing Shop
2149 50th St, Suite A
between University & Ave U
Open Tuesday-Saturday

Hobby Lobby (Fabric Dept)
south of South Plains Mall
(806) 698-0652
Mon-Sat 9am-8pm

Hancock Fabrics
7020 Quaker Ave, Suite 7
(806) 785-2190
Monday-Friday 9:30am-9pm
Saturday 9:30am-6pm
Sunday 12pm-5pm

Cottage Fabrics
3412 82nd St
(806) 797-7397
Monday-Friday 10am-6pm
Saturday 10am-5pm

Be sure and let them know you're leaving a donation for Project Linus.

little girl with afghan

Wrap a child with Hope!

In just a few short years, the Lubbock Chapter Project Linus has provided handmade blankets for nearly 9000 West Texas children. The numbers are a testament to the dedicated blanketeers and the generosity of everyone who has donated time, supplies, materials, and funds.

The blanketeers of the Lubbock Chapter Project Linus selflessly give of their time, talents, and materials to make handmade blankets for local children suffering from illness, trauma, or devastating loss. The blanketeers quilt, crochet, knit, sew, and those who don't sew even make cuddly fleece blankets! They ask nothing for themselves, not even recognition.


Project Linus wins 4th place in the 2013 City Bank Texas Community Rewards event!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the voting! The $5,000 grant will help Project Linus Lubbock Chapter blanketeers buy materials for afghans, quilts, and blankets for more children who need the comfort of a blanket stitched with love. It will also enable the chapter to sponsor more blanket-making events for the public. We couldn't have done it without your support.

We are so thankful to City Bank for providing Community Rewards to nonprofit organizations. So much good will come from the results of this wonderful event and award.


Blankets donated thus far:
Total through 2007 ---- 995
Total for 2008 --- 937
Total for 2009 -- 1234
Total for 2010 --- 957
Total for 2011 -- 1115
Total for 2012 -- 1147
Total for 2013 -- 1399
Total for 2014 -- 1510

for a grand total to date of 9294!

bags of blanketsIt is impossible to know exactly how many Lubbock blanketeers there are because many of them leave bags of blankets at local drop-off locations, mail them from outlying communities, or join with others in a church group or other charitable organization to make a group donation.