Today was our presentation of 14 Quilts of Comfort to Quilts of Valour – Canada. Accepting the quilts on behalf of QoV are Mary and Fran, presented by Senora. Thank you to Cheryl for making the arrangements and providing her front yard for the presentation. Our next goal is to whip up kits for our December donations. Thank you to everyone who had a hand in creating these lovely quilts.😊
Happy Canada Day!
For an update on the Christmas in July presentations made to My Sister’s Place and Matthews House, head over to the Community Outreach page and have a look at the link. You will see how busy our members have been! Thank you and stay well!
Please have a look at the link below to see how our members are supporting our Front Line Workers. Hope everyone is safe and well!
Guild Members Support Front Line Workers
Have a look at our Community Outreach page for instructions and a picture of the QOV – Bento Box Quilt.
In our recent meeting we made several presentations to our community partners. Have a look at the link below to see!
Presentations December 2019
Ooops! Please see the amended post for the Past President’s Challenge…sorry to have reversed the Viewers’ Choice ribbon recipients. Senora 🙁
Past President Challenge – 2019 – updated
Three members from Quilting Corners Guild were the featured quilters at this year’s show. Judy Cotter was on hand Friday, Cathy Doll on Saturday and Senora Baldry on Sunday. Lovely displays of their work are below. Enjoyable days chatting with show visitors about their work, quilting skills and techniques and their joy of quilting were the daily topics.
This week is Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign, with proceeds from the 3 Alliston locations going to My Sister’s Place. So if you have a desire for a sweet treat, make a stop at Tim’s and support an important community resource with a Smile Cookie.
Have a look on the Links page for updated links from this year’s quilt show.
Also check out Outside Events and start planning your visits with the first event happening the end of this month.
See the lovely picture from Matthews House Hospice of the donated quilted wall hanging and rack installed in the Pat Wigle reflection room.