Charity Projects

Join us Tuesday, October 24th where Naomi Stewart will show us how to construct those cute Kimberbears at the June Charity day. Naomi works with Shannon fabrics to distribute these bears to childrens hospitals, fireman and policemen and childrens shelters. She will supply kits to make a bear. Please join us to fill Naomi’s arms with bears at:

Stitch Off Seventh (SOS) October 24, 10:00 a.m.


Bring your sewing machine and sewing tools. Please contact Cathy Clark,, by October 20. We need to know how many kits to have available.



January-March       Fidget Quilts and Zoey Care Project



If you would like to make a Zoey care blanket, please note that the dimensions for the quilt need to be 42" x 42" to 44" x 44"

Today’s Charity Sew projects thanks to Anna Craver who ably assisted by Emily Fisher in completing 15 pillowcases for “Adopt-a-Sock” to be given to Montana servicemen and servicewomen at Christmas. 

At the same time, another Charity Sew project thanks to Tese Shekitka who worked on a quilt for the Bozeman area homeless kids.

Deb Larson, Barbra Beller, And Tese Shekitka Delivered 5 Quilts to Zoey Care. 

NICU Flannel Blankets
NICU flannel blankets[1149].pdf
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How to Make a Fidget Quilt.pdf
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Thank Yous From Cancer Support
Cancer Support_Bag Thank-yous_1.pdf
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Cancer Support_Bag Thank-yous_7.pdf
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Cancer Support_Bag Thank-yous_6.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.3 MB]
Burrito Style Pillow Case Instructions
Adobe Acrobat document [278.4 KB]

NOTE:  Donations of fabric, quilt tops, and unfinished quilts may be accepted or rejected by Committee Chair and Co-chairs according to need and space available.  All other donations may be used at Guild fund raising events such as Garage Sales, etc. and stored by donator.   If we find we are in need of fabric or tops a call will be sent out.  We know how generous our Guild members are but we do not have the space to store all that is given.

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