Here is our June newsletter. We look forward to a busy summer and hope all our members stay healthy and safe! Our first meeting in September will be Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 at the Mindemoya Community Hall at 7:00pm. We will be starting the year will a great trunk show by eastern Ontario quilter Paul Leger http://www.paullegerquilts.com/home.html that evening and invite everyone to that. The next day we will have a workshop http://www.paullegerquilts.com/workshops.html 'Patchwork Illusions'. We anticipate a great workshop where we will learn the skills around creating 3-d blocks! All fabrics and patterns will be supplied. Contact Brenda (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register for this.
Thursday, 6 June 2019
Tuesday, 28 May 2019
We had some beautiful quilt projects shown at our May meeting and the following photos can't do justice to them because you can't see them up close!
Brenda helped our visitor show the wedding quilt she is working on as she and her husband travel across Canada
Bonnie shows the Current Guild raffle quilt
|Donna quilted this king size on her domestic machine!!|
Freda made this for her son
|Freda made these to take to Nova Scotia|
Kathy showed what she can make with tiny triangle scraps!
|Myrna finished project from Elaine Quehl workshop|
Pat has been trying all the BOMs - this is the card trick block
|Rolanda made this 'quilt as you go' project to show us how and for a gift|
|Sally made this quilt as a gift|
|Sheila made this star table runner|
|Sheila's unique placemats|
|Sheila hand embroidered all these ladies and then made this quilt|
Vicki created this welcoming quilt banner
Posted by Hawberry Historian at 03:59
Thursday, 16 May 2019
Friday, 19 April 2019
Our guild held a Silent Auction at our April meeting and many members 'won' terrific auctions and went home quite happy! We also were able to choose from a FREE table and most of us have a bit of new reading material.
Our April meeting also enjoyed many Show and Tell projects. Here are photos of some of these:
Posted by Hawberry Historian at 11:17