Archive | Philanthropy

SUSAN G KOMEN FOR THE CURE

Helen Murray was the winner of the Teapot Cozy pattern kit and 3 Pat Yamin patterns including templates. These items were donated by Pat Essington and Darci Bodin. Thanks to you all for participating in my monthly drawings. Thanks so much to all of you who are so kind to bring me items to raffle off. […]

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Susan G Komen for the Cure

Lisa Masukawa was the winner at the April meeting. She won the mini iron donated by Sharon Whittemore, posy fabric packet donated by Justine Gentile, and a couple of quilting patterns by anonymous. Special thanks to Kathy Andrea who brought in about 20 chemo caps knitted by a friend of hers. I took them down to the Komen […]

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Philanthropy

The next Philanthropy Sew Day is May 5 at Driftwood Mobile Home Park. We start around 9:00 am. Some stay until 2:00 pm. Some wander in at 10 or 11:00. Some bring a lunch and make a day out of it. It is very informal and fun! Nice people who like to make nice things to give […]

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Susan G Komen for the Cure

The winner of the Longerberger 1992 Christmas basket, sticky note holder, quilt kit, and felt flag kit was Mary Jo Freeman! Thanks to all who brought in the Pink Yoplait lids to our February meeting. If you have any more, please make sure you bring them to the March meeting. Your ongoing support is very much appreciated. […]

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Philanthropy

Orange Grove quilters have been very busy. On February 4, 17 people came to Sew Day and stitched, cut, made kits and quilts, and set up quilts for quilting. We were very productive and we had a good time. We meet monthly at Driftwood recreation center at Driftwood Mobile Home Park at Beach and McFadden in Huntington Beach. […]

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PHILANTHROPY

Sew Days There will be no Philanthropy Sew Day in December. Also, no Philanthropy Sew Day is scheduled in January due to Road to California. Our next Sew Day meeting will be Thursday, February 4th. We look forward to seeing you there in the New Year along with our new Philanthropy Chair, Becky Meekhof. Reminder: Hobbs Batting […]

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Susan B Komen for the Cure

I have the fabulous breast cancer awareness tote made by our own Janet Haynes. It is absolutely gorgeous. She also made a small zippered purse for the inside. We will be drawing for this treasure at our December meeting. Come and see me in the back! YOPLAIT PINK Lids are available and I will be happy to […]

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Philanthropy

Philanthropy needs your help. The Guild is collecting Hobbs Batting “Bar Codes” from the packaging.With five bar codes, the Guild can purchase a roll of batting at a discount. To date OGQG members have completed 175 quilts. As you know, that accomplishment takes a lot of batting. Please help us by saving your Hobbs “Bar Codes” […]

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Camp Pendleton Picnic

On Saturday morning, September 27, four quilters, Susan Derring, Pam Boozan, Becky Meekoff and Jane Oglesby, set off for a Marine Corps Beach Party. We arrived at Camp Pendleton at 9:30 am and were greeted by the Marines. They carried our 122 quilts to our assigned booth. We loved the help! Thankfully, we had shade, […]

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Susan G Komen For the Cure

The preview of the newest Komen quilt, “Stars and Stripes Forever,” was met with rave reviews. It was so nice to hear so many positive comments about the “stars” on the quilt top. I called Carol Kirkland to share the news since she was the one responsible for it in the first place. I wanted her to know that […]

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