- A Delicious Meeting before the Summer Break June 20, 2018
- Quilts Bloom at the Lions Gate Quilters’ Guild Show June 10, 2018
- May 2018 – Churn Dash Block June 5, 2018
- A Visit to Quilt Canada 2018 May 31, 2018
- Langley Quilters’ Guild Show: The Threads That Bind Us May 29, 2018
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Food, fabric, friends, fun. Thinking of a few members who are enjoying Quilt Canada 2016 in Toronto. Getting greener by recycling some of our luncheon debris. Looking forward to fall workshops. Sharing a laugh. I heard something like this … … Continue reading
Dianne Stevenson came to our April meeting with her presentation “C.P.R. – Conservation, Preservation, and Restoration: Breathing New Life into Old Textiles.” We learned how to care for old quilts and how to prevent damage to newer quilts. Dianne referred … Continue reading
April is Poetry Month. You can read more about it at poets.ca. Here are the Haiku poems members wrote. So many different views on quilting! My quilt-y pleasures Colours, textures, talks, and shows Endless enjoyment by Marilyn C Do the colours … Continue reading
Thanks to Elaine D. for sending this along for the website. And thanks to Pam C. for sending this response to the above!
Pam C. found a funny speech online which was written by the husband of a quilter and delivered at Quilt Canada 2010. It was posted recently on the blog of The Sewing Lawyer. As Kay the blogger says, “It’s long but amusing, and … Continue reading
Clutter – that haphazard assortment of things that somehow take over your space. This internet tip gave me a new spin on quilting and sewing clutter. Buy a rotating desk organizer at a stationery store and fill it with some … Continue reading
Caught! A few of our members caught having a trunk show of their own rows after the April meeting. It was very exciting – and inspiring! We are all looking forward to seeing quilts from our members’ rows in … Continue reading
WoW – Have machine will travel! Go Diane!