A Reminder – our May Meeting will be held on THURSDAY, MAY 11 due to the election taking place in the Ag Hall on Tuesday.
Please remember to bring your My Canada Challenge Quilt.
April Showers bring May flowers – lets hope there’s lots in bloom next month.
It’s March already, and we have too much snow! It’s time for some Guinness and the wearing of green to encourage spring to make an appearance!
Guild Meeting – Tuesday, March 14th, 9am.
Quilt til you Wilt – Thursday, March 23rd.
For more info on what’s happening, check out the newsletter.
We have another busy month ahead!
Beginner’s Class – Thursday, Feb. 9th at the Ag Hall, 10-5 – see the Programs page for more info. (Note new start time, due weather!)
Days for Girls – Sunday, Feb. 12th at the Community Centre, 9-5
Guild Meeting – Tuesday, Feb. 14th, starting at 9am. Don’t forget your fat quarter!
Quilt Til you Wilt – Thursday, Feb 16th . Please sign up at the guild meeting, so we know who to expect.
There’s a lot going on this month in a very short time!
Days for Girls will be held Sunday, January 15 at the Community Centre, 9-5.
Our next Guild meeting is Tuesday, January 17 at the Ag Hall, starting at 9am. The program is an easy Fat Quarter Bag – check the newsletter for details.
QTYW will be Thursday, January 19 – sign up at the Guild meeting.
Whew! See you soon.
November’s business meeting was short and sweet! Not too much to discuss, so we were done quickly. On to Show and Share, and the Program.
Here’s a few photos of our members’ work:
The program for November was Improv Birds and Trees. Everyone finished their birds, and most everyone got a good start on their trees. Here are a couple of photos of the finished products. Check on the Program page for links to the designers who inspired us.
We have a bit of a new look for the website. Feedback always appreciated!
Hope everyone enjoyed the October meeting. We had a vote on expenditures for the upcoming months and years, and some great show & share. Rebecca volunteered to chair Hands Across the Water next June. Lots of others have offered to assist, thank goodness – but there’s always room for more!
Here’s a few pictures of our members’ work this month:
Sandy presented the first set of instructions for the “Do it Yourself” round robin, which will continue through next year. There’s still time to get your centre block and first round started. The next round of instructions will be available in January.
We’ll be doing improv birds and trees at the November meeting – stay tuned for the supply list. The blocks are inspired by a quilt we saw at the HAW meeting in Duncan this year, which was inspired by this quilt by Pie Lady Quilts. She does great work!
December’s meeting will be full of fun – it’s auction time! Get searching for items that everyone will want to bid on. Karen and Daryl are accepting the donations.
Next meeting – November 8. See you then.