Drop-In Sewing Days

Top ten reasons for Drop-In
  1. It's fun!
  2. Make friends.
  3. Get involved with EBHQ.
  4. Get help with projects
  5. Become inspired.
  6. Learn valuable tips.
  7. Share ideas.
  8. Uninterrupted quilting time.
  9. Large tables for pinning/basting quilts.
  10. Pot luck lunch.
 Come join us!

Drop-In is a great place to work on your own quilts or other textiles, socialize with like-minded individuals, and pick up/drop off fabric or a quilt for the Deanna Davis Community Quilt Project.

Bring your projects and sewing machine if needed. Available for use are design boards, irons and ironing boards plus raised tables that are great for layering and pin basting larger quilts. Our EBHQ members love to share hints and helpful advice at Drop-Ins if you want input.
At Saturday Drop-in DDCQP (Deanna Davis Community Quilt Project) volunteers always welcome your help. No tools or skills are necessary, just willing hands and hearts.

Pot luck lunch at noon is a treat for all with everyone bringing something to share. Drop-Ins are green!  We're trying to save on paper goods, so please bring your own table service for lunch and breaks. Coffee and tea are provided.

Drop-In  June 11 Oh what a delicious lunch we had, all served with smiles from our volunteer hostesses of 20+ years.

Thank you Gwyn and Margo!

                                                                                    Photo by Susan Peck

Working with her EBHQ mentor, this young lady joined us during a Drop-In Sewing Day, choosing all her fabrics, design and colors. This is the second quilt Gianna has worked on at Drop-In and it is her third sewing project. She has an awesome sense of color and is going to be a great quilter. 

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the second Tuesday and third Saturday of most months
If there is a date change for drop-in days because of holidays, it will be announced in our Calendar and Newsletter.


Albany Methodist Church, 980 Stannage Avenue in Albany, side door behind gate

  Oliver Gentzsch Bult (age 2) learns about irons from his mom, Velma Gentzsch
Oliver Gentzsch Bult (age 2) learns about irons from his mom, Velma Gentzsch

Photo by Susan Peck