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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Monday, September 15, 2014

Another Thank You

I am currently stationed in Afghanistan with the United States military and today I received a beautiful quilt.  I cannot express the appreciation I feel for all of the volunteers and donators that contributed to these quilts ending up here, with these soldiers.  I am amazed every day at the giving spirit of the American people and the blessings of our Lord.  After reading the story of the Camo Quilt Project, I can't help but wonder why we don't hear more stories like this instead of all of the bad in the world.  Your story certainly has the hand of God in it.  America is the greatest country in the world and organizations like yours and Glacier Transit & Storage is what makes it so great!  Thank you and everyone involved for the quilts, we truly appreciate them!
May God continue to Bless the USA!

Thanks again,
Dorothy Stroud

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Here is a thank you note we received:


I apologize for the delay in my response; the internet is spotty over here. I am 2LT Genevieve Bostwick (Faust). I graduated from Plymouth High School in 2008 and am now based out of Ft Hood Texas serving as a platoon leader in a Regimental Support Squadron. My parents heard about your awesome service and linked up with you to send my whole platoon quilts. I wanted to say thank you so much for the time and care you put into serving us with these quilts. This deployment has been especially hard on my platoon because we were broken apart and sent to different forward operating bases (FOBs) all over the region to handle logistical support for the region. My soldiers are awesome and step up to accomplish any mission they are given, but it can be tough for them being divided into ones and twos and sent to various FOBs with units and leadership they aren't familiar with. Being able to forward them a quilt with a note reminding them that they are not alone or forgotten, has been a wonderful gift for me as a leader. My soldiers that are collocated with me were thrilled to receive the quilts and loved the cards inside. From me, and on behalf of my soldiers, thank you so much for your time and support.

Very respectfully,

2LT Bostwick, Genevieve

Supply and Trans Platoon, Regimental Support Squadron, 3d Cavalry Regiment 

Monday, August 18, 2014

Lap Quilts
We are now making lap quilts for the our veterans in assisted living and nursing homes. We have made 200+ Lap Quilts so far.
They are a small quilt measuring between 32" and 42" wide by approximately 42" to 50" long.  The front of the quilt is a patchwork design made of patriotic fabrics.  There is a small pocket with the veteran's name on it. The back of the quilt has fabric representing the branch of service the veteran served in.  They are just large enough to cover the person and not interfere with the wheels on a wheel chair. 


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Oscar, s Sportsman's Inn - CQP Fundraiser

The American Legion Auxiliary - Unit #75 of Fond du Lac WI is sponsoring fund raiser for the Camo Quilt Project.  Please help them make this a big success.  Here are the details:

Oscar's Sportsman's Inn
156 Western Ave, Fond du Lac WI

Tuesday, October 15, 2013
4 pm - 8 pm

A special dinner menu will be served featuring

Spaghetti & Homemade Lasagna
(will include several other Oscars specialties)

$8 per person

 All proceeds from dinner sales will be given to the Camo Quilt Project!

Thank you, Dave Lallier, for donating all the food.

Donations can also be sent to:
 Camo Quilts %American Legion Auxiliary Unit #75
PO Box 1361
Fond du Lac, WI  54936-1361

Contact: or call 920-948-7953 if you have any comments or questions.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

How Many of These Have You Made?

23,000+ of our camouflage quilts and 300+ patriotic lap quilts have been made and distributed to our troops! That's a lot of our brave men and women that now have a bit of comfort during their deployment and have been encouraged knowing that people "back home" have not forgotten them. Each quilt takes about 3 hours to make so that is at least 66,300 volunteer hours!

Our mission is to provide these quilts to U.S. military serving in the Middle East and we ask that the quilt you request be used for that purpose.We accept orders from individuals or from units. See "How to Order a Quilt" in the sidebar.

Right now, we have a slow down of orders and our volunteers want to keep on sewing for our troops. If you know of a troop who has recently deployed or will be deploying in the next month, please contact us.