Mary said that the group would appreciate it if you could come sew with them on the first Monday of each month. All you really need to do is bring your sewing machine and sewing supplies. You can bring your own fabrics if you want, or you can use the fabrics that Mary has on hand. Mary said these quilts are great beginner projects, so if you are a beginning quilter, why not join the group and learn lots of quilting tips and techniques as you make quilts for charity.
As I was leaving, another Mary came in to sew with the group. And as I was getting in the car Pat A. walked by carrying four charity quilts. Pat said that she took home kits of fabric so she could sew in her spare time. She said that Mary put the kits together.
If you cannot sew with the group, donations are welcome. Mary asks that all fabric donations be of 100% cotton (no poly please). Sort through your fabrics and batting and donate it to the group so they can make charity quilts. Just bring your donations to the quilt shop and say it is for the Charity Group.
Mary and all the women who sew these lovely quilts are to be commended. There is no greater love than to give.
- Bow Tucks Tote, Wednesday, October 7
- Sonoma Quilt, Wednesday, October 7
- Doll Bee, Thursday October 8
- UFO Night, Friday, October 9
- Happy Scrappers, Saturday, October 10
- The Fat Quarter Gang has a tutorial to make a box. These boxes would make great gifts.
Caring , Sharing and Creating Smiles