Thursday, 3 December 2015

November Guild Meeting

At the November meeting Marie Carte told us about the Quilts of Valour program. This program provides quilts to those members of the armed forces who are struggling with trauma as a result of their service to Canada. Also, she reminded us we can show our thanks, and that a gift of a quilt from one Canadian to another brings love and hope when someone is struggling with trauma. If you are interested in this program you can visit for more details. Or contact

Marie giving her talk on Quilts of Valour
Label that is put on every Quilt of Valour

One of the Quilts of Valour

Show and Tell

Janet's painted with soy milk pieces

Marie's flower applique from Elaine Quehl's workshop

Marie's wedding ring quilt made with the curve ruler

Doris with her lovely winter skating quilt done with a panel

Dora has made a double slice quilt with batiks

Liz made this cute quilt with dump trucks and stuff boys like 

Sandra made this lovely nativity scene wall hanging for her church

Cecile made this cute 'cat' quilt

Susan with her runner done with Tonga Treats

A wonderful warm flannel quilt made by Linda

Linda's Double Slice

Debra made this 'I spy' quilt - so cute

and another 'I spy' quilt made by Debra

Dianne's BOM quilt a Cotton Mill Quilt Guild project

Janet's Log Cabin and Flowers

Street after street of houses and shops mad by Joyce

Joyce's Poppy from the Elaine Quehl Workshop

A quilt made by Joyce from printed pillow panel for Victoria Quilts

Joyce's ingenuity at work again for Victoria Quilts

Joyce also made this wall hanging called Sambulo Sisters

  WoW! We certainly do have a very talented membership. It is so wonderful that  we also share our talents with each other.

Til next time keep stitching.
Always in Stitches, 

1 comment:

  1. I always love your members quilts. But I think my favorite s are Doris s winter quilt with the skates, and Joyce's houses quilt. 😀