Community Outreach Blocks for Epiphany House

Our newest Community Outreach project has been devised especially for stay-at-home sewing. We’ve asked SFQG members to help make 960 liberated-cross blocks … and we’re closing in on our goal! Now it’s time to turn those blocks into 20 twin-size quilts as donations for Epiphany House.

Deliver Your Blocks

  • Please package your blocks together, along with your name and the number you’ve made, so we can track our progress.
  • Maren’s home is the collection point for the blocks. You can send them by mail, drop them through her garage-door mail slot, or call to arrange curbside drop-off. You’ll find Maren’s contact info and address in the Membership Directory.
  • The maker of the most blocks will win a $20 gift certificate to his/her favorite store!

Piece a Quilt Top

  • Starting June 27th, you can pick up packages of Liberated-Cross blocks ready to be sewn into tops.
  • Just drive by Adrienne’s home on Saturdays from 10 a.m.–2 p.m.; Jessica and Adrienne will be out front to hand you a package.
  • You’ll find Adrienne’s address in the Membership Directory.

About Making Blocks

  • Click here for directions for the liberated-cross block.
  • Use any colors or prints you like.
  • Start with 12″x12″ pieces of fabric or larger.
  • DO NOT square up your pieced blocks. How great is that!?! Community Outreach will square them up.
  • Got time for more? Feel free to make and donate a twin-size (63×87) quilt of you own design.

About Epiphany House

The guild has donated quilts to this organization before, in support of its mission to strengthen family life by healing trauma, mental illness, substance abuse and ending cycles of homelessness and poverty through holistic client-centered care. You can learn more here.

Credit for the work at the top of this page goes to LollyQuiltz for the pieces at left and right, and to the Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild for the middle quilt, titled Kelsey’s Crosses.