The age range for David's House quilts is infant to 18 years of age.
The best sizes for the quilts are: preemies: 16" x 42" (or WOF), baby: 45" x 60", lap: 50" x 65", and full: 54" x 75".
Your label for any quilt donated to David's House should read:
For David's House
From Ladies Of The Lakes Quilters' Guild
If you need batting for a David's House quilt, please contact Rae Lynn W, or stop by The Wolfeboro Community Center during Monday Morning or Tuesday Evening sewing hours. See Calendar for dates and times.
Members generously donate between 200 and 300 quilts a year for The House.
Metal pull tabs from soda cans, beer cans, cat and dog food cans are also collected and given to David's House. The funds received for the pull tabs are then used to help buy supplies for The House.
Point of Contact: ShelleyC
Road Trip Journal:
17 October 2018: Fourteen members of the LLQG delivered 70 quilts, 9 pillowcases, 34 baby hats, 6 isolet covers, a big bag of stuffed animals and 36 Halloween bags filled with goodies. Those members here for the first time toured the facilities and peeked into some of the rooms. I can’t thank our members enough for all the quilts, hats, pillowcases and isolet covers that you make for the children. They do really love them with all their hearts. ShelleyC
20 June 2018: One hundred sixty-six quilts were delivered to David's House. Thirty-one of those quilts were generously donated by Country Village Quilters of Moultonborough. One David's House patient received a special "Ice Cream" quilt, as his wish was known far enough in advance that members had time to make this quilt for him.