Mystery Quilt

Our Past President, Cheryl D would like you to join in creating a mystery quilt.  Check out the Program Page for a link to the Instructions and to Month 1 for the Christmas Sew a Row.  No time like the present to start thinking about Christmas!

Simcoe County Quilt Show – 2019

The Simcoe County Quilt show is in September.  Do you have plans to enter items?  Volunteer?  Do a demonstration?  Use the applicable form by clicking on the link below.  Once filled out return to Janet W or Judy W.

Call for Entry – 2019

Corner Store Inventory – 2019

Corner Store Tags – 2019

Demonstration Intent – 2019

Quilted Items Intent – 2019

Volunteer Intent – 2019

Quilt Show 2019

Have a look at the Quilt Show 2019 page for updates!  The poster has been added.  Looking to enter a project?  The rules and entry form are there as well.  Happy quilting and see you at the show!

Changing of the Guard

At our Annual General Meeting on a March 12th Cathy D accepted the guild’s blue & yellow rotary cutter and rule book from Cheryl D signaling the change over of Guild President, and the start of our 13th year as a guild. Thank you to Dianne W for volunteering to return to executive as Vice President, and Judy C for her contributions to executive as she has completed her term.

The executive for 2019 – 20 includes:

President – Cathy D
Vice President – Dianne W
Past President – Cheryl D
Treasurer – Janice S – E
Membership – Judy W
Secretary – Siona W
Community Outreach -Senora B


Quilts of Valour – Canada Society


The mission of Quilts of Valour – Canada is to present quilts to injured or ill military members, past and present.  At this time, Canada has over 45,000 injured veterans (average age of 45). To date, Quilts of Valour – Canada (QOVC) has presented close to 12,000 quilts. Our goal is 20,000 by 2020. We have a long way to go.

In 2019, Quilts of Valour will be celebrating its ten year anniversary as a nonprofit society. QOVC is hoping you will help us celebrate by making log cabin blocks /or finished quilts for our injured military members. The block is an unfinished 10 1/2 inch log cabin block made in reds and whites representing Canada with a yellow centre representing a light in the window/welcome home. Click here for the block pattern.

Quilts of Valour will have a larger booth than normal at Quilt Canada 2019, thanks to the generosity of the Canadian Quilters’ Association (CQA/ACC)
We will be inviting a number of distinguished and celebrity guests from the Ottawa area to sew pre-cut log cabin blocks at the booth; each guest will have a sewing coach to help with the block. Drop by our booth at Quilt Canada 2019 to encourage our guests as they try their hand at this art form.