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The Town of Kingsville has postponed all of our rentals until April. This includes the Charity sew day.



The heat is on. Unlike most of you who have been waiting to get out and enjoy the

summer heat, I find comfort in my air conditioned sewing room. To each his own.

We continue to work on twin sized quilts for The Bridges’ new facility and lap and

wheelchair quilts for Franklin Gardens.

Our attendance at the charity sewing days has been a bit low due to many

commitments by our volunteers but that has not stopped our production of quilt packages.

If you would like to join in on a sewing day with us, our next day will be Mon July

29th. Mark your calendar or watch Facebook for the upcoming notice. We are at the

Unico Community Centre on Main St in Kingsville. Doors open at 9 a.m. The parking

area has handicap parking right at the door. As well you can unload your machine

at the door. Others are always willing to help carry in a machine if needed.

Extension cords, irons, cutting mats and rotary cutters are supplied. Please bring a

lunch or money for lunch as we have a couple of nearby pizza places.

Happy quilting

Sandy Beneteau, Charity Co-ordinator




SOUTHGATE project for charity 2018

The ESQG Charity Program has a new charity, Southgate Retirement Home. We already have 10 lap quilts & 15 quilt bundles to be quilted. 30 lap quilts is our goal by the end of May/18. I know we can do it!



The ladies are hard at work, or should I say play:)

Sewing Days:

Location:  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Leamington

Monday–June 5

Linda Colussi has a new pattern that will use strip piecing, and build quilt tops quickly.  Thank you everyone for your participation!

Franny Charity Program Coordinator



Charity Quilts Dimensions
Royal Oak Long Term Care in Kingsville
Three wheelchair sizes:
32” x 34”
33” x 40”
30” x 40”
Hiatus House in Windsor
Single bed size:
52” x 62” for a basic size; also slightly larger is ok.
Needed are quilts for children

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