The next meeting is on Sunday, June 28th (or the closest following sunny Sunday). If the weather looks bad, we will update the website with the new Sunday’s date. Our foreseeable meeting location will be the Beuna Vista Park because it is absolutely lovely. Bring your lawn chairs and projects and come for a visit. Park in the 1300 blockof Melrose Avenue.
The June meeting education topic will be art quilting. Dyanne is going to do a show-and-tell and will explain some of her projects. We will also have a show and share along with book, blog, and bolt, so bring your latest makes or finds to share with your fellow guild members and guest.
Meeting Agenda (2:00 to 4:00):
Education – Art quilts
Show & Tell and Book, Blog, or Bolt – Show us what you’ve made and your works in progress. We all want to know what new and interesting things YOU know about. If you have a favourite art quilt, bring one of those too!
We plan to continue our meetings through the summer. We hope to see you there!
The next meeting is on Sunday, June 28th (or the closest sunny Sunday). If the weather looks bad, we will just update the website with the new Sunday’s date. Our foreseeable meeting location will be Beuna Vista park because it is absolutely lovely. Bring your lawn chairs and projects and come for a visit.
The May 24th meeting was held from 2 to 4 p.m. in Beuna Vista park. It was so perfect that we have decided to continue to meet through the summer. We park in the 1300 block of Melrose Avenue and will meet based on the restrictions in place for Covid-19 at the time. Sorry if you missed this week as Charlene’s new baby girl was so cute to watch from afar. Mom and baby are doing great!
Thanks again to Sherry for coordinating the quilt for Nova Scotia, and to all those who contributed blocks. Libs Elliot has kindly re-scheduled her workshop for Fall 2021 in Saskatoon. Check out her website for patterns and fabrics if you are as disappointed as we are that Covid-19 requires that we wait.
We hope to see you next month. We are dreaming up new ideas for sharing now that the two charity quilts are complete. It might be time for a scrappy quilt challenge so we can deplete that stash and justify a trip to one of our amazing local quilt shops!