Volunteering is the best way too help The Linus Connection.

We are an entirely volunteer organization. All hands on deck means more blankets for children in crisis in the Austin area. There are many ways you can volunteer to help: you can make quilts, knitted, or crocheted blankets, be a volunteer long-arm quilter, deliver blankets, sew on labels at monthly meetings, share a new technique for our monthly Demo, help with snacks and more!

♥ Want to make blankets? Check out our BLANKET GUIDELINES. ♥

The Linus Connection hosts a monthly meeting on the third Saturday of every month to collect and prepare donated blankets for children in crisis in Central Texas.

All blankets are donated by volunteers like you. They are sewn, quilted, hand tied, crocheted or knitted.


Meeting Day is a busy day! We blanket collection, label, and sorting for distribution. We have monthly announcements followed by everyone's favorites, Show & Tell, and our free Monthly Demo.


Materials for your next Linus blanket are available, too. Browse our large collection of donated high-quality 100% cotton quilting fabric, pick up Hobbs Heirloom batting, and replenish your yarn supply.

What are you waiting for? Join us for coffee and snacks and a satisfying morning of volunteerism. All experience levels are welcome. If you've already finished a blanket you'd like to donate, this is a great day to do it. Come ready to enjoy yourself, make lots of new friends and be inspired by all the wonderful blankets.

We meet the 3rd Saturday of every month from 9 - 11 am @ St. Philip's United Methodist Church in Round Rock, Texas (the parking lot is off Racine)


All blankets are donated to local organizations caring for children in crisis, including the Williamson County Crisis Center, Foster Care/Protective Services, Grief Support, Medical Facilities/Hospitals, and Victim Assistance.