AN IPSWICH CHURCH
Patchworkers' Group of Vision Christian Family
PATCHWORKERS’ GROUP of VISION CHRISTIAN FAMILY – AN IPSWICH CHURCH
THE VISION PATCHWORKERS enjoy many crafts as they chat, share skills, and spend time together with friends at Club Meetings held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings, and the following Thursday mornings at 58 Gledson Street, North Booval.
New members or visitors are always welcomed. A small fee of $4 is charged at the door to cover tea and coffee.
MINI WORKSHOPS / DEMONSTRATIONS are shared by the 40 ladies who meet 9 am to 11.30 am on Thursdays. Helpful techniques are shown, and “Show and Tell” where members share their latest project and/or news is greatly enjoyed. Textile Art Techniques are among the skills shared.
PATCHWORK CLASSES: Beginners are welcome and catered for by trained patchwork Teachers. This course is open to members of the community, and is designed to teach basic techniques of patchwork. No previous experience is required. Enquiries for the 2019 course, and other related Workshops are welcome.
Patchwork Workshops – HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. A new Workshop will be offered in each 2019 Semester. These are usually held after Thursday Club Meetings, or for a whole day. Email Joy: email@example.com
BUS TRIPS: Each year a Bus Trip is organised to interesting events, locations and shops, which have been enjoyed by members and visitors. Enquiries are welcome.
LIBRARY: An extensive Club Library is available to all members, and covers a wide range of patchwork and related crafts. Its books, magazines and DVDs are helpful resources for the development of skills, ideas, and tuition for all levels of expertise.
QUEENSLAND QUILTERS affiliated club membership has provided a way to join with other groups in exhibiting the club ladies’ creative works at “Quilt Connect” at Mt. Gravatt Showgrounds, and: “Queensland Quilt Show” at Brisbane Convention Centre.
GOOD WORKS: Many ladies voluntarily contribute towards the needs of others. Donations of handwork such as quilts, pyjamas, clothing, toiletry bags etc. are made to foster children and children at risk. Small quilts for stillborn babies are given through Midwives and Hospital Maternity Wards. Comfort bags and pillows are made for Cancer Clinic patients in treatment of post-op mastectomy.
VISION CHRISTIAN FAMILY has nurtured this Club to provide a secure and comfortable environment to encourage friendship and promote creativity for the past 30 years. The Club is recognised for its community involvement by the Ipswich City Council, District Shows, and Charity Groups.
For further information you are invited to contact: Joy TRUASHEIM: Ph. 07 3812 2416 firstname.lastname@example.org or Alison White
Ph. 0432 923 716 email: email@example.com
"IT IS GOD WHO ARMS ME WITH STRENGTH AND MAKES MY WAY PERFECT"PSALM 18:32