Charity Sew Days


Charity sewing days are used for members to come and work on quilts that will be donated to the women’s transition home, Cridge House and Anney’s Closet. Charity sewing days are usually  held once a month on a Monday. Charity  sewing days will be added as they are scheduled. For more information please contact


Charity Sew Days are cancelled until further notice.

If you need batting for your Canada Wild Charity Challenge Quilt – please contact Sue B.


  • Monday, July 13th, 2020 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Monday, August 10th, 2020 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Monday, September 14th, 2020 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Monday, October 5th, 2020 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Monday, November 9th, 2020 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Monday, December 14th, 2020 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

Note: Meetings, sewing days, etc. are fragrance free, please!

Preferred Sizes for Charity Quilts

For the benefit of the new members who have joined the guild over the past few months, I thought I would take this opportunity to review the minimum size for the different types of quilts that Transition House needs.

Baby quilts – 37” by 50”

Single bed quilts – 50” by 70”

Double bed quilts – 65” by 75”

Although it is wonderful to receive donations of completed quilts, we recognize that not everyone can wrestle a large quilt around on their domestic machine, so we are grateful to have a group of women who will quilt tops that are donated.

Other Charity Work

Canada Comforts – Joan Ruxton- knitted dishcloths, soap & shampoo

Children’s Pediatric Ward @ VGH – Alice Duncan – completed children’s quilts

Victoria Breast Health Centre @ VGH – Gail Hogarth – pillows – kits available at Gala Fabrics & meetings

Quilts of Valour – Lynn Carroll

Compassionate Warehouse – Marie Threlfall & Marilyn Fuller – Sewing Machines & Baby/Single Quilts

Cridge Transition House – Bonnie Hallas – Placemats

Anney’s Closet – Bonnie Hallas – pillowcases

Welcome Quilts – Sue Bruning – Quiltsfor new immigrant families

Gorge Hospital – Joan Ruxton – Activity Aprons

Canada Comforts/Compassionate Warehouse

If people bring washcloths, soaps, shampoos, etc. to the Church of the Advent, they can put them in the blue Rubber Maid bin with Compassionate Warehouse/Canada Comforts sign on it. It is in the lobby, in a small alcove/open coat cupboard, directly across from the double doors of our meeting room. If you include your name and phone number or email address on your donation, they will receive the occasional newsletter from Canada Comforts.

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