Plymouth Piecemakers is a beloved quilt ministry and tradition carried out by volunteers for graduating Plymouth seniors, new babies, Plymouth Healing Community volunteers, departing clergy and more.

Look for our quilt display table before and after the 10 am service, second or third Sundayd. Members answer questions and share heartwarming stories about our program and founder Maurine Noble’s legacy. Beautiful scrapbooks are displayed for all to enjoy which are kept in Plymouth Library with magazines.

Piecemakers meet monthly at members homes 7 to 9 pm, third Tuesdays. “We learn from and inspire each other, working together on some projects and independently on others. We welcome new and former members with any ability level plus an interest in learning and serving the Plymouth UCC community.” To learn more or to find out where the next meeting is being held please contact one of the members listed below. 


Maurine Noble, Founder of Piecemakers continues to inspire Plymouth quilt makers since her passing three years ago, July 31, 2013. “The quilt shown here is one we all worked on. We learned from her how to machine appliqué each one of the flowers. Maurine left us many quilts to finish for her, including this one, and a lot of fabric with which more quilts continue to be made.”

All are welcome to attend the upcoming potluck supper 6:30 pm, Tuesday, August 16, at Harriet and Rob Naf’s home in Brier. Spouses/partners are welcome to join us on the deck of the Naf’s beautiful log home. Please RSVP and contact Harriet Naf at or 206.351.0542 for directions.

For more information about Piecemakers, please contact us!


For more information, please contact Piecemakers at:

Flora Dalglish 206.368.9080/Harriet Naf 206.510.3796 or