Members of the Sooke Quilters Guild have stitched together the 2015 Sooke Fall Fair quilt.

2015 Sooke Fall Fair Quilt

Handmade quilt will be raffled off at the annual Sooke Fall Fair

Here it is in living color with many of the lovely ladies whose labour of love is encased in this wonderful quilt. If you look closely you will see stitching on four of the squares relating to Sooke.

Members of the Sooke Quilting Club have stitched together many wonderful quilts over the years and all of the money raised in the raffle goes to the Sooke Fall Fair.

The tickets are ready and printed and will be for sale starting Wednesday, April 22.The quilt will be on display and tickets will be for sale at the Sooke Fall Fair Market on April 25 at the Community Hall from 10-2. Tickets are $2 and may be purchased from Sooke Quilters, Sooke Fall Fair members, and will be for sale at the Rotary Auction and as well at the grocery stores and Home Hardware. First prize, the quilt ( $3,000); second prize, Home Hardware Gift Cards-$250;t hird prize, gift cards $75 each respectively from Western Foods and Village Foods; and fourth prize, two valuable framed valued at $250. For tickets contact Ellen mrslewersfarmhouse@shaw.ca

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