Welcome to the Waterloo Quilters.
We are a friendly mixed group of experienced and enthusiastic patchwork and quilters.
Waterloo Quilters was formed by a small group of our members who went to college to do a patchwork course. Overtime friendships grew and it wasn’t to long before the idea of starting their own group and sharing their knowledge of patchwork and quilting to others materialised.
Sing Centre in Waterloo was the venue of choice and in 2015 Waterloo Quilters Group began and has grown from strength to strength. We now have over 50 members and would welcome anyone who has a love for sewing, patchwork and quilting to join us.
Waterloo Quilters also contribute to two charities, The Linus Project and the making of Syringe Driver bags.
The Linus Project is a voluntary organisation that makes quilts and blankets for sick babies and children. These are distributed to hospitals throughout Merseyside where needed. It’s a lovely charity to be involved with.
Syringe Driver Bags are made for the sole purpose of aiding patients, men, women, young and old the freedom of movement while receiving medication at set times through a syringe driver device. The device is placed into the bags which patients can carry over their shoulder, which enables them to walk about freely.
During our time in lockdown we enjoyed doing weekly blocks and continued to support the charities.Now that restrictions have been lifted we are able to return back to the Sing Centre. It’s so lovely to be back amongst friends again and have welcomed new members.
Session meeting’s are in the Diary section. For more information please refer to Contact. There are disabled facilities on site and for those needing support regarding their disability and how we can assist please do not hesitate to contact us.