* Time – We can always use someone willing to make quilts or finish quilts that were incomplete when donated. We sometimes have yarn that can be given out to volunteers who are willing to knit or crochet afghans. At our play days, if you can’t sew but are good with color, you can select fabrics and assemble kits to be given out to stitchers. Ironing fabric and pressing quilt tops is something that is usually needed at our meetings.
* Money – We can always use funds to go toward purchasing quilt batting, needles, thread, or having sewing machines serviced.
* Materials – Cotton quilting fabric in fun novelty prints, nursery prints, and solids or blender colors.
Wish List:
* New cotton sewing thread, especially white, beige, and pastel colors
* Helping hands
* Crib size cotton or poly/cotton batting
* Fleece fabric (pieces measuring 1 1/4 yards or 2 1/2 yards are perfect) No small scraps please.
* Someone willing to service our machines when needed
* Helping hands
* Gift cards (Walmart, Target, Home Depot, JoAnn’s, etc.)
* Quilter’s (bent) safety pins, large size