December’s Block of the Month is based on a barn quilt in Seaforth, Ontario named “Show Me the Way Home”. The number 4 is a very prominent number in the owner’s life so this barn quilt was designed with 4 pieces of each predominant colour. The orange pieces represent a windmill, a symbol of their … Continue reading “Show me the way home” December BOM
The weather cooperated for the Guild Cookie Exchange on Tuesday and the small gathering enjoyed the cider and hot chocolate made available by the 30th anniversary committee! Plus Anna Cornell and Norma Willows brought their Meals on Wheels placemats, adding to the growing pile for donation.
FOR SALE: A vintage treadle (1880) sewing machine It’s a Raymond, made in Ontario and is the same model as the one on display at the Guelph Museum. It has all original attachments and is in working order. (Great if we lose the electricity during winter/COVID and we just have to sew : ) Price: … Continue reading Vintage sewing machine for sale
Our Guild activities are still rolling into December! Up next is our "IN PERSON" cookie exchange. “Bring a dozen; take a dozen” and join your fellow quilters for hot chocolate and holiday cheer. Where: Lions Hall Parking LotWhen: Tuesday December 8Time: 2pm–3pm Share your favourite recipe for cookies, squares, and sweets. Rules: • package of … Continue reading Are Your Cookies in the Oven?
The joint Library Day and 30th Anniversary Cookie/Hot Chocolate giveaway was a great success! Rescheduled to Friday, Nov 27, the weather cooperated and dozens of Guild members gathered — physically distanced, of course — in the parking lot of the Lions Hall to socialize, pick up a Library book, drink hot chocolate and eat cookies. … Continue reading Library Day & Cookie/Hot Chocolate Treats a HIT