AGM – 2020

We had our AGM last evening, holding elections for our 2020/2021 year.  Cathy D carried on our tradition of passing the fancy rotary cutter on to the new President, Dianne W.  We would like to thank Cathy for taking the lead as President and her ongoing contributions to executive in the role of Past President.
The second executive position to change for the upcoming year is Membership Coordinator. It is with sadness we say goodbye to Judy W who has admirably carried out this role for a number of years now. We will miss her attention to detail, connection to members and her sense of humour.  We welcome Jill L to executive as our new Membership Coordinator and look forward to working along side her.
The third position that has a new executive member is Vice President, since Dianne is now the big P. Altho this member requires no introduction to executive, as she has much experience in this capacity. We welcome Cheryl D as Vice President and look forward to her continued leadership and innovative ideas.
The remainder of executive is status quo: Janice S-E, Treasurer, Siona W, Secretary, Senora Baldry, Community Outreach. We look forward to another busy, fun-filled year working together on behalf of Quilting Corners
Guild members.
Always in Stitches, Senora😊

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


Sit ‘n Sew – Nov. 3, 2018

Well another successful Sit n Sew has past with 15 guild members in attendance.  Much of the day’s work focused on creating Christmas Stockings.  Twenty-one stockings were made, adding to a total of 32 completed at this point.  So keep those stockings coming for our December 4th donation to My Sister’s Place.

As well as some personal projects. other items received at Sit n Sew include:

  • 4 quilt tops
  • 3 completed Quilts of Comfort for My Sister’s Place
  • 2 completed Quilts of Comfort for Matthews House for daybeds

Thanks to everyone for coming out and having another productive day of sewing, socializing and snacking.

In stitches, Senora

Introducing the New CQA/ACC Member Challenge

CQA/ACC member guilds are invited to participate in our new quilting initiative, the “Quilting Goes Viral” Challenge. Attached is an information sheet that explains the challenge and an entry form. We will also be posting the information on our website: CanadianQuilter

Please direct any questions to our Past President, Bonnie Rankin,

We hope that you will find this a fun challenge and we look forward to seeing how many of our guilds will be represented in Ottawa.



Jackie Philpott

Administrative Assistant, CQA/ACC

6 Spruce Street, Pasadena, NL, Canada  A0L 1K0

Phone: 1-877-672-8777 (North America) or 1-709-686-5882

Fax:     1-866-603-7040 (North America) or 1-709-686-5883


Sit ‘n Sew – August 2018

Another successful Sit n Sew was well attended on Saturday, with 18 in attendance. A few completed Quilts of Comfort and tops arrived first thing in the morning from members, and one from a regular guest.  Throughout the day the busy group worked on community outreach quilts, bags and fleece blankets, as well as some personal projects. In total the accomplishments of the day included:
9 top kits & 5 twin top kits went out
8 tops assembled
3 twin tops assembled
3 fleece blankets completed
4 completed Quilts of Comfort
Several Days for Girls bags
A number of tops went home with folks to finish up!
A productive day for all, with lots of goodies and laughs. Thank you to everyone for their contributions, always.
In stitches, Senora😄

Community Outreach Update – March 6, 2018

Another full meeting was enjoyed by guests and members. Our guest presenter provided a look back in time at textile comforts; sharing her collection and expertise.

Our guild executive will continue for another year with many things in the works for program.

As always members never cease to lend a hand with our community outreach projects. Our evening collection included:
– 8 completed quilts of comfort
– 10 quilt tops
– 3 quilts to bind
– 2 lined drawstring bags
– liners for DFG
– 2 bags of donated fabric from a guest
– 3 bags of donated batting.

Kits that were given out included:
– 2 quilting kits
– 6 quilts for binding
– 3 kits to make quilt tops.

We currently have 15 completed quilts of comfort for Christmas in July. Also, progress is moving forward completing the ten quilts of comfort for Mathews House Hospice for their Spring opening.

Thanks to everyone for their ongoing contributions toward our community.

Upcoming 2018 QCG Dates

Please mark your calendars for upcoming events:

One Block Wonder:  February 24, 2018 @ Living Faith Community Church, Baxter  Cost = $15.00 

Sit ‘n Sews:  April 14, 2018, August 11, 2018 and October 13, 2018 

Reminder for our February 6, 2018 guild meeting:

Buy and Sell – an opportunity to sell useful, but unwanted quilting related items or purchase new items from members.  All items must be priced to the dollar.  Email your intent to sell items to Sally Borland by January 31, 2018.

Medallion Skill Builder Begins – Donna will guide members throughout the project beginning with the center medallion in February.  a materials list will be password protected under “Program” on this website followed by monthly instructions.