**Please Note: Thank you for your interest in Layers of Love. As of February 4, 2015 Layers of Love is no longer accepting blanket donations.**

Donation Guidelines

Fabric requirement…

Fleece 100% Polyester

Your blanket should measure…

If you are purchasing fleece to make your adult sized blanket you should use the measure of 2 yards lengths. We prefer the no sew kit to be 72″ size.

If you are purchasing fleece to make a child sized blanket the fabric should measure 48″ x 60″

Be sure to choose a pattern or color that you love! Nothing can be too traditional or too quirky! Remember, these blankets are going to Chemotherapy patients of all ages. By offering a wide array of styles we can ensure we have something that will appeal to everyone’s taste.

Most important, we ask that your blanket is brand new and clean (not gently used!), from a smoke-free, animal-free environment. There is no need to gift wrap it – we’ll take care of that as well as hand deliver it.

If you are purchasing a kit and don’t have time to put it together, you can have it shipped directly to us. We will happily assemble your donation for you.

If you have any questions please email us:


6 thoughts on “Guidelines

  1. I make all types of blankets as I has become a great hobby of mine and this is a great reason to make the tie blankets. I would like to know more details about this wonderful idea. Please contact me asap.

    Thanks and have a Blessed day,
    Raven X. Young

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