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Save the date: CCQ fabric sale/fundraiser on 6/23/18

Fabric saleCoffee Creek Quilters 2018 Annual Fabric Sale & Fundraiser

Please save the date! The CCQ Annual Fabric Sale & Fundraiser will be Saturday, June 23rd, 2018. Watch this space — we’ll announce the hours and additional details as soon as we know them.

There will be a huge assortment of fabric, panels, patterns, quilt kits, books, tools, and notions. All at bargain prices.

The venue this year is St. Francis Church Parish Hall, 8818 SW Miley Rd,  Wilsonville, OR, right off I-5 at the Charbonneau exit.

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

Quilts for donation

Trip Around the WorldHappy new year to all of our wonderful donors and supporters!

We’re thrilled to report that women in the Coffee Creek Quilters prison quilting program made 125 quilts for donation in 2017. The quilts went to Emanuel, Good Samaritan, and Legacy Meridian Park Hospitals, Community Warehouse, and a variety of other programs that support people in need of comfort.

Each student in our program makes three quilts. The first two are for donation while students keep their third quilts. As we work on the first and second quilts, we sometimes speculate about who might receive them. A quilt with super-hero fabric might go to a kid in foster care while one with pink floral fabrics might go to an elderly woman in hospice.

We know that our quilts are much appreciated and look forward to continuing to provide quilts for donation.

CCQ donates quilts to Portland area hospitals

Emanuel quilt donationCCQ instructor Diane Leveton snapped this pic of staff members at Emanuel Hospital when she delivered a stack of quilts made by students in our prison quilting program. The hospital gives comfort quilts to critically ill patients who are in particular need of extra tender loving care.

CCQ also donates quilts to Good Samaritan and Meridian Park Hospitals and to a variety of programs that support people in need of comfort.

Each student in our program makes three quilts. The first two are for donation; students keep their third quilts.