Check out the following Links:
Monart Graphic Design www.monartgraphicdesign.com.au QFO's Graphic designer
1stbase.ai www.rubidesign.com QFO's Webmaster
http://www.facebook.com/Chelseaonesock .... for delightful retro fabric childrens clothing
http://mrsmartinsquiltshop.typepad.com/ ...whose customer blessed us with awesome fabric
Monbulk and District Mens Shed who created amazing shelving for our mezzanine storage area.
Signex Displays in Bayswater for our incredible and beautiful pull-up QFO banner. www.signex.com.au
We also stitch for the following Childrens Homes and organisations ....
http://www.butterflych.org/.... for news about the Butterfly Palliative Care hospice in China
And their very own Blog ... which is beautifully written and contains inspirational stories on the children in their care. See the Link below:
www.freetobekids.org/- .... the rescue organisation that frees children from slavery and exploitation
www.hopefosterhome.com ... the babies we are creating crib quilts for in China ...
www.zoehopeproject.blogspot.com .... giving hope to children in Zambia.
http://english.chinaconcern.org/ ... more children in China that we have stitched for ...
http://www.lolachildrensfund.org/ .... in Ethiopia
http://www.fikelela.org.za/orphan.asp .... the Fikelala AIDS Project in Capetown
http://mifanmama.com/Shining_Star_2.html the Home for vision impaired children in Shanghai
Quilts for Orphans are currently holding their inaugural "Festival of Quilts" at Mont de Lancey.
Spent a brilliant and successful two days at historic Mont De Lancey in Wandin. Shared the QFO story and generated funding for more of the fabric 'hugs' we create for those in need both local and global. A wonderful time was had by all and it was an absolute pleasure to be able to participate in this annual Mont De Lancey event. This place is truly awesome and we highly recommend that if you've not visited it yet ... do so!! It will not disappoint.
Annette, Christine and Susan travelled to nearby Billanook College with several bags of quilts which will be taken, along with the Year 11 students, to their working trip to the Thai Burma border.
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