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Pineapple Pieces Project

Sew it forward one block at a time

The response

We couldn’t be more excited so far for the amazing response we have had for the Pineapple Pieces Project. We have received finished blocks from as far away as Alaska and Norway! This coming week the first round of blocks are heading out to become quilts. We can’t wait to see what they will look like. In the meantime we will continue to share blocks that are being sent in. For more info and the pattern download go here > Pineapple Pieces Project.

Volunteers are making it happen

Our Sewing Community

We love our sewing community & a fantastic group of followers that we feel can help us make this vision into a reality. The Pineapple Pieces Project is a way to sew it forward and make a difference in child’s life.

Volunteers

This is a volunteer based project for sewers and quilters to create quilt blocks of a Pineapple which will be turned into quilts. 
After we collect enough Pineapple Pieces, we will sew them together as a quilt to be donated to Brenner Children’s Hospital to contribute and give back.

Without the volunteers we would not be able to make this happen. We are grateful for each and every person contributing to this project. Please note that Pineapple Pieces is an ongoing project and we will continue to accept finished blocks as long as can get them in. We are continuing to look for volunteers in the triad to sew blocks & complete the quilts. If you are interested please email johnna@pineapplefabrics.com The following sizes are for completed quilts:

Baby = 12 blocks, 3 across and 4 down = 30” x 40”
Crib = 20 blocks, 4 across and 5 down = 40” x 50”
Lap = 30 blocks, 5 across, and 6 down = 50” x 60”
Twin = 42 blocks, 6 across and 7 down = 60” x 70”

We love all the detail

Send Your Finished Blocks

C/O Pineapple Fabrics
Pineapple Pieces Project
503 Aztec Dr.
Archdale, NC 27263

All the way from Norway!

For More Info On

https://www.brennerchildrens.org/FAQ.htm
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Hashtag your Pineapple Pieces

Take a picture of your finished Pineapple block and tag us on Facebook or Instagram using the following hashtags: #pineapplepiecesproject
#mypineapplepieces
#sewingitforward 

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