Guest Speaker Sandy Lindal, Scrappy Gal Quilt Company coming Oct 2, 2018.
Sandy has been a life-long needle worker, who found her passion with quilting and soon after learning to quilt she began teaching and designing quilt patterns. She is a long arm quilter who developed her skills into a thriving long-arm quilting business. Her trunk show, “Confessions of a Scrapoholic”, takes you through the light-hearted side of quilting with friends.
Thinking of a road trip and need a reason to buy more quilting paraphanalia…check out the Outside Events page for upcoming shows in Ontario!
…has been updated on the About Us page.
Please have a look at the Community Outreach page for an update on contributions made by our guild.
Check our Members Page to access the Guild’s Constitution and Bylaws document that was updated June 2018.
Ten quilts, made by members of Quilting Corners Guild, were delivered on July 10th to Matthews House Hospice in preparation for the grand opening of the new facility this Thursday. We had a sneak peek and were in awe of the wonderful building and grounds that will offer a variety of services to the local community.
Pictured below is one of the quilts on a resident bed received by Kim Woodland of Matthews House with Cheryl Dobo and Senora Baldry of Quilting Corners Guild.
Another bountiful donation was made to My Sister’s Place at our July guild meeting. Forty-five quilts, varying in size from baby to large lap, were created by our many guild members busy hands. Pictured below are Sheila Cormier, MSP and Senora Baldry, Community Outreach, QCG.
The skill builder pattern for July has been added to the Program page.
Thanks to Irmgard, our guild has been featured several times in local publications. Copies of the June and July Farm View papers will be available at the July meeting for anyone interested in reading them.
New Tecumseth Times, June 14, 2018:
go to page 5
Farm View June 2018
go to page 10
The Members List has been updated and can be found on the Members Page of our website. The new password to access the file will be sent to members by Judy Wilson.