Joshua’s Hands Valiant Warrior Quilting Event
This event posted by: orock
Friday, January 17, 2020 thru Sunday, January 26, 2020
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Click for more information
Joshua’s Hands is a non-profit in Loudoun County that hosts FREE quilting events to support wounded servicepeople. Could you help us by publicizing our next event? Please include the below input for your next newsletters that will be sent out prior to this event.
One of the great things about our event is that NO sewing experience is necessary and it is free. We have many parents/grandparents and group leaders that bring their middle and high school age children and they get an introduction to the fun of quilting – inspiring the next generation of quilters!
Joshua’s Hands Valiant Warrior Quilting Event (Jan 17-26, 2020 – FREE) – Joshua’s Hands will host 10 days of quilting fun to make handmade quilts for servicemen and women wounded while serving our country. All are welcome! No sewing experience or registration needed. All materials are provided but donations are appreciated. Come for an hour or the day. Details: FREE, Jan 17-26, 2020 Monday-Saturdays 9am-9pm • Sundays 1-9pm. Purcellville VA – check website for exact location. More info: info@JoshuasHands.org, 540.454.7827, www.JoshuasHands.org.
Since 2011, Joshua’s Hands has made and shipped more than 1900 quilts to field hospitals. This community event has people of all ages laughing, stitching, and learning from each other. This is a great service project for groups or teens needing service hours. We also welcome quilts/tops made at home – see our website for requirements. This opportunity is offered each January and summer.
- The latest Tots2Tweens Kids Connection! https://t.co/fgaQDnkjhB 09:42:45 AM April 02, 2020 from Paper.li ReplyRetweetFavorite
- The latest Tots2Tweens Kids Connection! https://t.co/QPLzG2TwGK 09:42:49 AM March 24, 2020 from Paper.li ReplyRetweetFavorite
- The latest Tots2Tweens Kids Connection! https://t.co/eRyARwHRfb 09:42:49 AM March 18, 2020 from Paper.li ReplyRetweetFavorite