Community Service

Our Guild was started on the premise of bringing quilters together to create community service quilts. Throughout the years we have continued to keep this as our core value.  We work on multiple service projects and participate in sewing for a cause events throughout the year. 

Below you will find some of the more recent projects we have participated in, listed in alphabetical order. Click the plus (+) next to each project to learn more.

The Guild donates quilts that children get to to take home at the end of camp. Camp Erin is the largest national bereavement program for youth grieving the death of a significant person in their lives.

Our Guild donated a quilt and matching pillowcase to support a Francis House raffle and silent auction.

Guild members sew sustainable water bottle holders for the Girl Scouts to distribute.

Placemats are distributed to recipients typically before the winter holiday season. Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals, friendly visits, and safety checks for seniors in our community.

Members sewed reusable personal protective masks for various organizations.

Quilts and afghans of various sizes are completed by Guild Members throughout the year for Project Linus. Project Linus is a non-profit organization that provides new handmade blankets to children in need.

Jelly roll quilts were donated to the Oswego Dialysis Clinic, Inc. Racing for Ribbons is a grassroots initiative, established in February 2020, to provide community awareness and donations of locally made quilts for comfort and support to medical facilities and their patients.

Funds are used to support the winter toy and gift drive by purchasing requested items.

Members created scrappy blocks from the Moda Stitch Pink patterns, using their own pinks/reds along with background fabric supplied by the Guild. There are enough blocks to create 2 quilts which will be raffled off to support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

A total of 158 pillowcases were made for the U.S. Airforce Academy cadets.