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More details about the CCQ Fabric Sale

2018 Fabric SaleThe Coffee Creek Quilters 2018 Fabric Sale is just three weeks away. There will be hundreds of fabulous bargains, including: packages of batting in white/cream/black; quilting cotton, including yardage, fat quarters, panels, pre-cuts, and homespun bundles; kits, patterns, and UFOs; hundreds of books and patterns to inspire your next project; cutting boards, including at least one over-sized board; several sewing machines, new-in-box; and thread galore.

On Saturday, June 30th, the sale starts promptly at 8 am and ends at 2 pm. Everything, except sewing machines, will be marked down to half price during the last two hours of the sale (12 pm to 2 pm).

Cash, checks, and credit cards will be accepted.

The sale will be on Saturday, June 30th, 8 am to 2 pm at St. Francis Church Parish Hall, 8818 SW Miley Rd, Wilsonville, OR, right off I-5 at the Charbonneau exit.

For more details, please download our flyer. We hope you’ll share it with all of your quilting and sewing friends.

All proceeds from the sale will go to support the Coffee Creek Quilters prison quilting program.

It’s not “just” a fabric sale

Cutting boardsSewing machinesThe Coffee Creek Quilters Annual Fabric Sale is a little over a month away and our Fabric Sale Committee has been hard at work organizing donations we’ve received for the sale. We hope you don’t think this will be “just” a fabric sale because we will also have sewing machines, a serger, cutting boards, and a giant stash of thread (including quality Mettler and Gutterman brands) available for purchase.

The sale will be on Saturday, June 30th, 8 am to 2 pm at St. Francis Church Parish Hall, 8818 SW Miley Rd, Wilsonville, OR, right off I-5 at the Charbonneau exit.

For more details, please download our flyer. We hope you’ll share it with all of your quilting and sewing friends.

All proceeds from the sale will go to support the Coffee Creek Quilters prison quilting program.

 

Meet our volunteers: Rachel Wallis

Rachel WallisRadio station KBOO’s Prison Pipeline program recently interviewed CCQ’s Rachel Wallis to share with their listeners about our prison quilting program. Rachel teaches in our Thursday afternoon class.

Rachel was involved in community quilting in Chicago before moving to Portland. She’s an activist who uses art in her organizing work, and an artist who engages in issues of racial and social justice. Rachel believes that traditional textile techniques, and particularly quilting, can provide a platform for creating dialog and understanding around complex ideas and issues.

We invite you to listen to the half hour KBOO interview to learn more about Rachel and our program.