Things We Do For Others

Bottle Cap Recycling
Bring in your bottle caps (milk, water & softdrink lids) and place them in the box on the info table at guild meetings.
These will be taken to the collection points to be recycled into play equipment, serving plates, bowls and other useful items.
The money raised from the sale of these items goes to help communities in need.


Unwanted blocks or quilt tops or fabric or batting?
them and we'll complete the quilts and send them on to a good cause


  Quilts For Others (QFOs)

Our ‘production line’ is an on-going effort which produces completed quilts
 to send off to local charities and the Very Snuggly Quilt program

 Make Quilts for Others
Click on a link below to take you to the pattern, size requirements or information.
These info sheets are ready to print, usually two to an A4 page - one for you, one for a friend
Very Snuggly Quilts
Very Snuggly Quilts - what size?
Vic Quilters organise for around 60 quilts every month to be delivered to the Royal Children's Hospital and Monash Medical Centre
for long-term and life-threatening illnesses and the children take their quilts home
Guild Contact:  Judy Alcock
Oncology Quilts
Making quilts for people undergoing treatment at St John of God Hospital Geelong.
Quilt size should be 1.5-2m x 1.5-2m (big enough to tuck around someone)
Guild Contact:
This is quite a big file and may take time to download - be patient!
It includes:
General Instructions & Notes about Matching Sets
and patterns for Comfort Cushion, X-Ray Carry Bag, Drainage Bag

Guild Contact:  the Purple Pixies' table on Guild days
Geelong Mums
Baby and Childrens items that are clean and in excellent condition.
Guild Contact: Wendy Evans
Knit for Others
KOGO (Knit One Give One)   
Patterns for beanies & scarves and much more

Guild Contact:  Judy Alcock
You can bring items to Guild and give to Judy Alcock to deliver
House Sox -  knitting pattern
Kids love them, adults do too!
Make them for KOGO (see below)
Guild Contact:  Judy Alcock

    Triangles Scarf - knitting pattern
Such a fun scarf to knit, especially effective with variegated wool
Make them for KOGO (see below)
Guild Contact:  Judy Alcock