Come join us for some company as you sew . We sew, chat, laugh, listen as we work on our projects at home. We look for advice, we give advice or we just sit and listen. Everyone is welcome. Zoom link is emailed weekly and on our members only Facebook page. The same link works every Wednesday which meets from 11 to 3pm except if we have a presentation. Look forward to seeing you there.
Diamonds are a Quilter’s Best Friend
Krista Moser is a big fan of diamonds in quilting, She will share her enthusiasm with us on September 15th. Her trunk show and lecture will be presented to our guild through Zoom at 7:00 pm
I’m not an expert, but I've been teach-ing quilting classes for a couple of dec-ades now I have loved to sew as long as I can remember. My parents enrolled me in sewing lessons at eight years old, after they discovered I’d been sneaking off to the sewing machine while every-one else was sleeping. My mom was convinced I would sew through my hand, and she did not want to be there when it happened. I floated out of that first sewing class thinking the heavens had parted and my whole life made sense.
Krista Moser - September,
Check out Krista's quilt selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces
Pat Speth - October
Pat Speth began quilting in 1988 when she purchased a wool quilt batting from her Grandmother's auction. "I checked out a stack of quilt books from the library and fell in love with the patterns and designs, I knew I could not stop with just one quilt."
Five inch is a Cinch!
Pat Speth began quilting in 1988 and she has a special
love for Scrap Quilts. She enjoys designing
blocks that can be made from 5 inch squares. Pat
has coauthored four books on the subject, including
The Big Book of Nickel Quilts.
Paul Leger - November.
Quilter - Teacher - Designer
My journey in quilting in May 1990. My mother, Doris Bourque-Léger, a quilter and dressmaker, encouraged me to buy a sewing machine “for sewing emergencies”. One day, I got the idea to cut up the good parts of some old air force uniform shirts. "Why?" you ask - at the time I had no idea.
SAVE THE DATE!
PLACE EUREKA MASONIC HALL
20701 FRASER HIGHWAY
THEME: “An Old Fashion Christmas”-Using those leftover
Due to COVID, this will be a day retreat with sewing
stations spaced out appropriately.
Participants can safely leave their machines and sewing at
the hall, bring their own lunch and go home to sleep.
More information to follow.
Our biennial quilt show will be held May 6th and 7th 2022
Join us for a wonderful selection of Quilts, Raffle Quilt, Vendor Mall. Demos. Guild Boutique where you will find wonderful gifts made by our talented members for family and friends and especially Moms
Gatherings we have missed and looking forward to.
Our next in person meeting.
Community Quilts meeting
In person sit and stitch