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Washington Stars Quilt Guild
Community Services Committee

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Monthly Community Service Sew Days
All are Welcome!
Third Wednesday every month except December
Occasionally Sew Days are moved to accommodate other guild events,
Check the guild CALENDAR, located in the main menu bar above, for changes
Gull Harbor Lutheran Church, 
4610 Boston Harbor Rd NE, Olympia, WA 98506
10AM to 3PM
 We will be focusing on a variety of projects.  Please bring your machine and tools and join us in making items for our community. Mark your calendars and plan to join us for all-day or any increment of time that works for your schedule. This has been a fun time in the past and we are looking forward to having you join us. 
  We will provide bottled water.
2020 Community Service Sew In's
All Sew In's are being held at
Gull Harbor Lutheran Church
4610 Boston Harbor Rd NE
All are Welcome!
Friday's: 10:00am - 4:00pm Lunch Provided
Saturday's: 10:00am - 4:00pm Lunch Provided
Please bring snacks to share
March 13 & 14

June 12 & 13

 September 11 & 12

November 13 & 14

Community Service Project for 2019
Your Community Service Committee is hard at work this year!
We are asking for Four Patches from 6 1/2" blocks.

Two white or cream neutrals and two brights
or children's novelties as pictured to the left.
After sewing, each block should measure 12 1/2 inches square. So, go through your scrap stash and make as many as possible. Please turn them in to the Community Service Committee at any meeting, or
bring them to one of the Sew In's.
Thank you!


Community Service Committee

Washington Stars Quilt Guild members lovingly hand make items to donate to a variety of recipients in our South Sound community including, Foster Children, Providence St. Peters Family Birth Center, Thurston County Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, Baby Bank, Hospice and Safe Place.
Items include: isolette covers to protect premature babies eyes from the harsh lights, placemats to brighten the trays of Meals on Wheels participants, reusable shopping bags and Christmas stockings to be given out by the Food Bank. And a variety of comfy quilts to chosen organizations to offer a hug in a time of need.

We accept quilts made by individuals or groups (small bees).
If you have a quilt you would like to donate,
please Contact Us.

Below is a list of the sizes that are needed for the recipients. For filling the needs of our recipients and documentation purposes it is recommended that these sizes are used (or at least 1-2” within the sizes listed).
The Guild does not mail quilts, they are hand delivered by members of the Community Service Committee.

Thank you for your help.


Wheelchair: 38 x 46           Baby:  40 x 42
Lap: 40 x 52   Kids:  45 x 60
Twin: 54 x 90   Double:  72 x 90

For more information or questions: Click Here

Do you have a quilt top that you need help finishing?
Check the Calendar for the next General Business Meeting and bring it with you.
We have volunteers that will help quilt, bind
and get it back to the Committee for donation.

Are you interested in donating something other than a quilt? Here is a list of needed items for each agency.

Baby Bank:
Toddler clothing, 2T-4T, baby bottles, pacifiers, toys, underwear, panties, diapers, pull-ups

Safe Place:
Toilet Paper, Paper Towels, Twin-sized sheet sets, Full--sized toiletries, snack crackers, office supplies, gift cards for store & restaurants, phone cards.

DSHS Foster Children:
Socks from infant to adult male and female, Diaper bags with contents, Adolescent personal care bags, Backpacks, Calculators for teens in high school, College rule Notebook Paper or College rule 3 ring binders, little basic Makeup Bags for teen girls

Food Bank:
KIDS PACKS Look for healthy, single-serving meal items and snacks! Peanut free is best.

e.g.. Individual Cereal Boxes, Cereal Bars, Juice Boxes (not pouches; 100% real juice), Beanies & Weenies (flip top cans), Microwaveable pasta cups (Chef Boyardee), Easy Mac & Cheese Packets, Cup of Soup (not spicy), Fruit Cups, Fruit leather, Pudding Cups
GENERAL BAGS e.g. Canned Protein (tuna, chicken, spam, beef stew, Salmon), Peanut Butter, Canned Fruit in natural juice, Canned Soups, Boxed Cereal, Mac and Cheese, Canned Vegetables - low salt
Reuseable bags -

Since 2015 WSQG has donated
hundreds of place mats to Meals on Wheels, and
over a thousand Christmas Stockings (large enough to put toys inside) to the Thurston County Food Bank.
Just in 2016 over 100 quilts were donated for comfort.