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Community Sewing (formally known as Community Service)

For up-to-date information, contact:
Elaine Thompson McGee: 907-322-0448

The Community Sewing Committee holds workshops approximately 9 times a year. The information about the workshop and location will be presented at the guild meeting and in the newsletter. Members provide labor and machines, and the guild provides materials. Any amount of time you can contribute is appreciated. You can come iron, cut or sew. Quilts that are made, are donated to the Red Cross (fire victims) and Stevie's Place.

If you are sewing at home and want to donate a pieced top, the quilts for Red Cross and Hospice should be nongender specific. Quilts for Stevie's Place are for babies to teenagers and can be anything appropriate.

Approximate sizes: Red Cross. 60 x 80, Stevie's Place 50 x 60 (can be smaller for toddlers and larger for teens) and 60 x 80 or smaller for Hospice.

We very graciously thank those of you who have volunteered your time and talents to quilting. We don't expect you to donate your time and talents. I have posted the pricing guidelines below. This is a great way to practice, if you and your long arm machine are just getting acquainted.

  • Only the Community Sewing Chairperson or Co-Chairperson may take quilt to a long arm quilter
  • .015 for close stippling


Third Tuesday of the Month at
Faith Baptist Church
910 Chena Pump Road

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