Sheet 1
What we can ALWAYS use:

* All donations must be new or recently washed. Stains and rips are OK! We can't use real stretchy or sheer fabrics.

What we will NEVER need:
Thread

Call Marj if you would like to help, have something to donate, would like a "tour", or have any questions.

We'd love to have you join us!
Contact Information:

Marj Paul, 610-252-7964
229 Jonathan Drive
paulm1@rcn.com

Our group meet... Mondays, 9am-noon through March Tuesdays, 9am-noon after that at New Creation UCC (across from Redner's in Palmer)

A few of us meet at my home... Thursdays, 9am-noon

To see pictures of us in action and "slideshows" of how we do what we do please visit this website: newcreationucc.com/simpleq.html

Other contacts you might need:

Ann Rogers
908-475-5085
annrogers3@embarqmail.com Harold & Kelly Swisher
610- 599-1941 Home
484-542-9928 Cell
haroldkelly7@ptd.net

Simple Quilts...

Recycled Comfort
for
Those in Need




SIDE 2
Prep...
Tops (Regular & Smaller):
Tops (Heavy duty/Outside):
Middles:
Backs:
Blockers:
Construction...
Here's how it's done...
  1. Place top FACE UP on table.
  2. Place back FACE DOWN.
  3. Place middle.
  4. Place blocker.

Once all is set and as taut as possible...
Completion...
Stitching:

Use a straight stitch to attach layers 1/2 - 1" inside border, depending on thickness, leaving notched area OPEN, reinforcing corners.

Flipping:

Trim corners. Reach inside the notched area BETWEEN the FRONT & BACK pieces, grab a far corner, and pull back through the opening. Smooth turned quilt, poking out corners, and pin. "Ooh!" & "aah!" if so moved !

Zigging:

Use curved needles, #10 crochet cotton thread, and 25 triple knots to complete each quilt.

Knotting:

Use curved needles, #10 crochet cotton thread, and 25 triple knots to complete each quilt.