Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Lots of "Show," a little "Tell!"

Hello, dear friends.

The Linus Connection had a successful Parking Lot  Meeting on Saturday, March 20, 2021. We collected many quilts and blankets, passed out lots of supplies, and enjoyed seeing many familiar faces, masks, and all!

We haven't had a photo update in several months and have included here many pictures from all of 2021 so far. 

We hope you enjoy the photos and we very much hope we'll be seeing you again soon!

March Meeting al fresco!

Familiar meeting stations in an unusual setting!

Three Yard Quilt inspiration!

Batting cut and ready to go!

Loading up! There were MANY more bags by the time we were done!

Show (with a little Tell!)
January - March 2021

These photos are presented in no particular order. They were received via email, posted in our Facebook Group, or taken this past Saturday. We hope you enjoy them!

Margarita let us know that Marge gave her the border fabric for this quilt and challenged to her come up with something to go with it. We think she did a great job!

If you would like to join our email list OR If you have not been received any recent email from The Linus Connection, or you would like to be removed from our email list, please contact jennifer@thelinusconnection.org. 

Please see each listing for details. 

9308 Anderson Mill Rd #300
Austin, TX 78729
Look for a plastic bin outside the front door during store hours.

3010 Williams Drive Suite 156
Georgetown, TX 78628
Blankets can be dropped off during store hours. 

8503 Bobcat Dr. 
Round Rock TX 78681
Please call or email Marge before dropping off donations. You can also contact Marge for fabric or batting if needed.

💜  Debbe Tipping
3840 Haleys Way
Round Rock, TX
Debbe has a bin on her porch for donations. She can also arrange to pick up blankets or quilt tops if needed. Please email her if you plan to leave a donation.

Many of our supplies are purchased with donated funds and every little bit helps. The Linus Connection is a 501(c)3 and all donations are tax-deductible within the U.S. The Linus Connection has NO paid employees. All donations are used to create handmade blankets for children in crisis in Central Texas. Donations can be made through the PayPal button below or by sending a check to the following address: The Linus Connection, P.O. Box 29491, Austin, Texas 78755


ALL blankets should include a paper tag with a poem and a sew-on Linus label. This is especially important right now. If you are out of labels, please contact Anne and she'll get some to you.

Preparing your donation:

  • Please place donations in a plastic garbage bag or similar and include your full name and what you're donating so we can log it in (just like the sign-in sheet at monthly meetings). For your convenience, we have created a printable donation form. You don't have to use the form, but we do need the information listed for an accurate blanket count and donations must say "for The Linus Connection" so they will not be misdirected (see photo). If you would like a receipt emailed to you, please be sure to include your email address.
  • Please make sure your individual quilts and blankets are labeled and have a poem with your first name. If you are out of labels, please contact Anne. She will mail some to you. 
  • Blankets will be distributed to our usual recipient facilities as needed. Delivery volunteers will be contacted personally if you have a delivery. 


Please keep an eye on the website, join our email list, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Instagram for the latest Linus information. We also have a Facebook Group just for Linus Connection volunteers where you can share photos and chat! You can join here.

The Linus Connection Board Members
  • Stephanie, Executive Director, Liason with all Recipient Facilities
  • Marge, Assistant Director, Fabric Donations
  • Jennifer, Social Media, Blanket Distribution

The Linus Connection    P.O. Box 29491    Austin, Texas 78755
The Linus Connection is a Federal 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible. 

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