CPQG Interest Groups

These groups meet to provide members with an opportunity to socialize, work on projects, trade ideas and books, and even arrange and take field trips (aka fabric buying expeditions). Some of these groups meet in member's homes so spaces may be limited. Centre Pieces encourages members to form new friendships or interest groups when the need and inclination arise.
Check your Membership Book for contact phone numbers and/or emails.

Thursday Morning Group (aka Alley Cat Quilters  (CONTACT CINDY Alley FOR COVID UPDATES)
Meets (surprise!) Thursday mornings from 9:30 - 11:30 am at the Willows Building of the Juniper Brookline facility in the Mt. Nittany Dining Room. We bring our own projects to work on and enjoy each other's company. A no-frills group, snacks and beverages are not provided. Newcomers are always welcome! For more information, or for directions, contact Cindy Alley.
 
Tuesday QBs (Quilting Bee)  (CONTACT BOBBIE Muscarella FOR COVID UPDATES)
The QBs meet every Tuesday morning from 9:30 am to noon pm at St. John's United Church of Christ in Boalsburg. We bring our own projects to work on and share ideas and fellowship. Bring your own lunch. Open to all quilters! For more information, contact Mona Hill or Bobbie Muscarella.
 
Comfort Covers
Our group is in need of all sizes of quilts and blankets: small for babies, lap-sized, and twin sized. Comfort Covers gives quilts and blankets to surrounding hospitals and shelters, and quilts are always needed! Quilts will be collected at every meeting. For more information or to drop off quilts at other times, contact Marge Reeder.

Toys for Tots
DOLL QUILTS NEEDED
 Please note that Doll Quilts for Toys For Tots are still in need. 
Sizes requested:
24”square
 36”square
36” x 60” crib size
Jill Wisniewski and Debbie Barrick, Project Leads

Operation Shoebox
For a number of years, members have made stockings that are sent to the Operation Shoebox headquarters (check out their website directly to learn more about the organization or see how you can help). These stockings are then filled and distributed to military troops around the worked during the holiday season. For the coming year, Operation Shoebox has requested that we make Ditty Bags since they can be distributed throughout the year. There is also a need for crocheted skull caps for troops to wear under their helmets. For more information about this charitable opportunity, please contact Claire Amick.
Directions for both projects are provided here: