• Want to Help Out?

    Anyone wishing to help sew, iron, fold, or sort fabric is invited to join us weekly on Thursdays and monthly on third Sundays. We encourage and help each other in the making of each item. The Stitchers members and volunteers have many shared years of experience and would love to have you come and join the fun and fellowship. No experience needed.

    Glen Allen Church of Christ
    11064 Staples Mill Rd.
    Glen Allen, VA 23060

    -- 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    3rd Sunday of each month
    -- noon to 5:00 p.m.

  • Donations accepted

    • 100% cotton quilting fabrics
    • 108" wide backing fabrics
    • Cotton batting
    • Thread
    • Sewing machines
    • 1/4" feet for low shank machines
    • Rotary rulers and blades
    • Anything used in Quilt making
  • Archives

A new Project for Us

Stitchers is now making special quilts for blind and sight challenged children.  Each quilt is 36 inch Sq. made with 9 different feeling fabrics, sorted colors, and most squares are embellished with some type of object such as a zipper, pad of different feeling substance, a child’s wash mitt, etc.   This allows the child to feel many surprising objects and cloth textures.    The backing is always total black so a brightly colored toy can be placed on the quilt for play by a child with may have some sight ability.  We all feel blissed that we can be a part of this great work.    For more information you can contact Tracy Deluca, Education Coordinator, Dept. for the Blind and Vision Impaired, 804-371-3102, WWW.vdbvi.org, or TGracy.Deluca@dbvi.virginia.gov.

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