The Sooke Quilters with their quilt for the Sooke Fall Fair raffle

Sooke Quilters sew up raffle prize

The Sooke Quilters are putting the finishing touches to a quilt for the Sooke Fall Fair raffle.

The Sooke Quilters are putting the finishing touches to a quilt for the Sooke Fall Fair raffle.

This year the fall fair will have the quilt as its first prize. Second prize is a basket of meat while the third prize is a $150 gift certificate to local farmers for produce.

The Sooke Quilters meet every Monday at Knox United Church to sew up many different quilt items.

Many of the quilts go to Sooke Co-operative Association of Service Agencies for those in need.

The Sooke Quilters are always looking for cotton for their projects. To donate, please contact Lynne Stuart by email at lystuart@telus.net.

The Sooke Fall Fair is Sept. 10 to 11 at Sooke Community Hall. For more information, please go online to sookefallfair.ca.

 

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