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Community Service Projects

Soft Fleece or Flannel Comfort blankets for:

In 2012, the Club donated 73 blankets either directly to those listed below or to be included in the Baby Layettes.
In 2013, the Club donated 61 more.

OSF-St. Anthony's Medical Center Pediatric Unit, Rockford - (no fringe on these, please)
Durand Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) unit
Pecatonica EMT unit
Tri-City Ambulance

Questions to: Della Hamberg  info@scrapbagquilters.org

 

Baby Layettes for mothers in need:

Club members make or find gently-used baby clothing at garage sales. The clothing is cleaned, mended, and assembled into layettes for babies. The layette usually contains two sets of onezies, sleepers, a blanket, and socks, plus some baby notions. Snowsuits or other seasonal items might be added, when available.

In 2010, 157 sets of baby clothes were assembled
In 2011, 164 sets were assembled
In 2012, 137 layettes were assembled
In 2013, 134 layettes were assembled
In 2014, 131 layettes were assembled and donated to:

Mother Hubbard's Kiddie Cupboard, Freeport

Needed now: Baby clothes up to six month-size for winter.

Want to sew or donate? Questions to: Arletta Helms info@scrapbagquilters.org

Arletta

Layette

A layette bundle is prepared for girls or boys
and contains quite a few items as shown below.

Members enjoy making little garments for the layettes.

Layette Boy
Layette Girl
layette

 

 

The Veterans Project

Affiliated with the Quilts of Valor Foundation (www.qovf.org), Club members sew quilts for veterans to thank them for their service.
Several members also contribute to Lucky Quilts of Valor, which meets on the fourth Thursday at Lucky Quilt Co in Pecatonica, IL.

In October 2018, we honored Don Beyer
for his Vietnam service.
In April 2018, the Club honored Michael Kammes
with a quilt for his service.
Beyer
Kammes

In September 2013, Della Hamberg and Joyce Eneberg have created three quilts to be awarded to veterans, in thanks for their service. Some quilts are donated to the Tomah Veterans Administration Medical Center in Tomah, WI. Esther Dixon and Fran Waller contributed the long arm quilting to these. Every year since, more quilts have been awarded.

Questions or donations may be directed to project leader, Della Hamberg. Contact her at: info@scrapbagquilters.org.

Quilts for VetsQuilts for Vets

DixonWaller

Quilt of ValorPile of Quilts

 

Quilt SigsHamberg

 

Wounded Warrior QuiltWounded Warrior Quilt

Hall of Heroes

The Hall of Heroes was the site of the ceremony honoring veterans in Tomah, WI on 11/11/11.

 

 


 

 

 

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