Comfort Quilt Project

Kulea Childcare Villages Comfort Quilts

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Thank you to everyone who is making a quilt for the Kulea Childcare Villages charity.  I have one more spot available for a member who is making a twin-size quilt to have it quilted by me for $20.00.  Click here for more information. If you are interested please contact me, Liz Swan, at http://www.swanquilting.com or email at liz@swanquilting.com.

 

Liz

Charity Quilts

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Charity Quilts…

Thanks to the students at St. John’s we have almost 50 quilts to give to “Quilts for Kids”.  The quilts will be presented to Terry Langlois from “Quilts for Kids” at our June meeting.

Thank you all for making this year’s Charity project such a great success.

 

Jane Hamel

Quilts from St. John’s Prep

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20160517_190955 20160517_191219Wrapped in a Hug! Middle School students presented 24 beautiful, handmade quilts and get well cards to the Merrimack Valley Quilt Guild last week. The Guild will donate them to the Quilts for Kids Charity. Delivering the quilts was the culmination of a service project that 43 student and parent volunteers started on the Prep’s Community Day of Service in March. Many thanks to Mrs. Cathy Carroll, who led this wonderful project. Each boy is holding up a quilt that they made.

Thanks,

Ann

Thanks to all the Sewers!!!

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Thanks to Sewers

Thanks to those who braved that cold wind to come sew for charity today.  We should have about 10 quilts or so for show and tell at March meeting.  Thanks to Carol Sullivan, Helen Weymouth, Mary Jo Ray, Janice Jones, Bev Valle, Ann and Mary Stobbs, Judy and Mike B., Betty Hastings, Carole Emerson and Gail Wozniak for a very productive and creative ( with those toilet rolls( day!!! I know at least Sue Molin and Betty Dalquist were home working on them too !!!

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Fabric for Charity Quilts

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Fabric has generously been donated for use in our charity quilts. I will be cutting it into 1/2 yard pieces and it will be at the Charity table at the January meeting. Anyone interested is welcome to take some for use in their charity quilt.

Is there anyone that is interested in getting together to work on charity quilts?  If so please let me know.

Sue Molin