beads of courage bags


Beads of Courage

  • Make small drawstring bags to hold beads collected by children undergoing treatment for serious illnesses.
  • Beads of Courage Instructions
  • Guild point of contact: Kathy Cannon


Salvation Army Quilts and Stuffed Animals

  • Pick up a stuffed animal at the September or October Guild meeting and make a child-sized quilt and outfit for the animal.Return items at the December meeting - just in time for the holidays!
  • Guild point of contact: AQG Events Chairperson

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Quilts for Kids - Annapolis Chapter

  • Transforming unwanted fabrics into patchwork quilts for children who are hospitalized and in need.
  • Check the blog to find out about the next meeting: www.annapolisquiltsforkids.blogspot.com
  • Guild point of contact: Janet Hogan


Pillows for Mastectomy Patients

  • Make lightly stuffed pillows for patients to use when wearing seat belts or under their arms to relieve their discomfort.
  • Pillows typically measure about 8" by 11" or 10" x 12".
  • Guild point of contact: Louise Myrick

 

mittens

Baby Mitten graphic by Freepik from Flaticon
is licensed under CC BY 3.0. Made with Logo Maker


Hats and Mittens for Premature Babies


Light House Shelter

  • Twin-sized quilt (new or used but in excellent condition and freshly washed)
  • Point of contact: Prue Hoppin

 bed

 
Bed graphic by Freepik from Flaticon is
licensed under CC BY 3.0. Made with Logo Maker

Stocking

Christmas graphic by Freepik from Flaticon
is licensed under CC BY 3.0. Made with Logo Maker


Christmas Stockings

  • Christmas stockings for service people who have become sick or injured
  • Stockings must be lined (padded with fusible fleece), have a sewn in looped hanger, and an AQG tag (available from Linda Dickinson)
  • Most recipients are men ages 18-35
  • Bring to October or November Guild meetings
  • Guild point of contact: This position is currently not filled, if interested please email annapolisquiltguild@gmail.com or speak with Kathy Cannon, Community Outreach Chair