Community Projects

We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life by what we give.
Winston Churchill

We would like to encourage you to pick a project or projects which interests you.

Included on this page:

1-Tote bags – instructions
2-QOV- Quilts of Valor – 2010 Block of the Month
3-Charity Quilts

1-Tote bags are made at home by our members.
Tote Bags
ASERACARE  would like us to make

pillowcases ~ previously we had made

wheelchair/walker totes.

Use some bright cheery fabrics to bring some comfort.

Easy Hot Dog pillowcase pattern can be

found   Here

Easy Tote bag pattern from Lazy Girl
Click  here


Jeanne has three patterns for Tote bags below. Just click on

the one that you are interested in opening – it is a .doc file.

One-Piece Tote with webbing

Two Tone Tote

Simple Lined Tote

If you have a problem and cannot open the .doc –

You may go to google docs and it will be ready to

print. Once you click on the link – click on “file”

and then “print”.

Two Tone Tote

One Piece Tote with Webbing

Simple Lined Tote

Should you have any questions about tote bags please feel free to contact Jeanne at ~

Thanks for your help!


You can click on these links to find out more about these organizations
that we have donated to:


Domestic Violence Services

Milagro House

Transitional Living Center



The mission of the QOV Foundation is to cover ALL those service members and veterans touched by war with Wartime Quilts called Quilts of Valor (QOVs).This foundation is not about politics. It’s about people. The Red Rose Quilters Guild is proud to be a part of this foundation and actively participates in making many Quilts of Valor for our wounded soldiers.

Donations from the public are always welcome. Thank You!

You need not be a member of the Guild to participate

You are welcome to join or make blocks at home and drop them off at one of our Guild Meetings. QOV meetings will now be at Sue Long’s home. For more information, please see our newsletter or e-mail Kim at Thank You.

Visit the

Quilts of Valor Foundation


3- Charity Quilts

Use your own fabric or ask Beckie if she has any pattern packages at the Guild meeting.

Use any pattern of your choosing. Fabric should be all cotton.
The quilts should measure between 42″ to 45″.

2010 we made and distributed 187 quilts of comfort.

This past February, we have distributed quilts to: Milagro House, Domestic Violence Services, *Transitional Living Center,  and BIRD-Beginning In The Right Direction.

*The Transitional Living Center would also appreciate some Red, White and Blue Quilts for veterans who come to the Center.


We are also making quilts for Alzheimer’s patients. These quilts will go to AseraCare Hospice.

In January 2009 we donated 43 quilts to Ascera Care Hospice

For these quilts use multi-textured fabrics; quilt should measure 36″ square.

Fabrics of Texture:
A blend of corduroy, velveteen, polyester, satin, vinyl or leather. Cut in 6″ squares or 9″.  Patients find comfort in running their hands over the feel of the various fabrics.

Use a zigzag stitch to attach the squares together.

When you have the top complete – layer – batting and backing. Any fabric for the backing will do.



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