What were you thinking when you bought that ugly fabric…. or maybe it’s not so ugly! Join Monique Wilson of Apple Hill Quilting for Psychedelic Slices, a perfect class for that piece you just don’t know what to do with. This technique of slicing the fabric creates a psychedelic block and each one is different. … Continue reading Psychedelic Slices Workshop with Monique Wilson, Apple Hill Quilting
I had a lot of fun creating this month’s pattern for you. If you take care in following the instructions you should be pretty happy with your result as well. Adapt the pattern with colours or design to create your favourite bird – either real or fantasized. **Remember to bring your previous blocks to our … Continue reading February BOM is for the “BIRDS”!
This month we have 4 exciting additions to our library. We have three new rulers and a magazine subscription. Fussy-cut Rulers (Fons & Porter) Five acrylic templates in sizes 2 1⁄2", 3 1/2", 4 1/5", 5 1⁄2" and 6 1⁄2", with 1⁄4” seam allowance. No more guessing when you want to cut that specific design … Continue reading February Library Additions
Guild Members Family History Quilts on Display Our February meeting program is taken with the theme of History Month. Come join us to hear a quilt historian Joanna Dermenjian as well as a show & tell from guild members of their own family history quilts. Joanna is a Master’s student in Cultural Studies at Queen’s … Continue reading WWII Quilts by the Women of the Canadian Red Cross
Our block this month is a bit more traditional – a variation of the Ohio Star. But with the weather we’ve been having lately, I’ve called it a snowflake block. Try making it with a bit of sparkle or experiment with colours out of your comfort zone. Instructions can be picked up at the BOM … Continue reading January 2020 BOM