Cabarrus Quilters Guild

                           
 
 

CVAN Cuddle Quilts


Victory Junction Bears


Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with serious illnesses by providing life-changing camping experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, at no cost to children or their families. The Cabarrus Quilters Guild has donated more than 100 bears to the camp. These bears are given to each camper as a special gift. Each bear is unique with 25% of the bear’s fabric featuring the black and white checkered fabric of Nascar!

Victory Junction Website

For information: info@victoryjunction.org

The Cabarrus Quilters Guild is proud to give back to the community.

This support is ongoing and includes the following organizations.


CVAN - every member is required to contribute a cuddle quilt in November


Victory Junction - members continue to sew and stuff bears to donate to this charity


Cabarrus County Hospice - In 2015, members contributed 14 quilts for seriously ill patients


Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) - In 2015, one member supplied all the small bears needed for the infants


Quilts of Valor - guild members continue to make red, white, and blue squares that are donated to this cause. This group, referred to as the Creative Piecers hosted a Quilts of Valor (QOV) Presentation in November. Eighteen quilts were made for and given to the following men and women. The veterans served in these wars: two from WWII, 8 from VietNam, and 8 from Iraq.


Recipients were: Ray Adams, Joshua Ballinger, Bob Baxley, Aleck Biehl, Thomas Burgess, McKee Cowen, David Cowen, Robert Hasselwanner, Tony Hogsed, Paul Radford, Willy Rauschen, Tony Sipes, George Sproul, Myrtle Spry, Ed Lacheney, Bob Downert, Charles Reich, and Lynn Davis.

The Creative Piecers