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Welcome to ESQG

Bienvenue au Quilt Guild de le Region de Erie Shores

Blue Erie Shores Quiltter's Guild Logo

We are a community organization for quilters, 

a very active and dynamic quilt guild,

on the beautiful shores of Lake Erie in Essex County, Ontario.


General Meetings – The third Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m. @ Kingsville Arena

Members attend free and guests are asked to pay $5.00

Meetings include, a guest speaker, trunk shows, a member show and share,  library resources, raffles, vendors, and ESQG business meeting.

Birthday Meeting – Each May we celebrate the founding of ESQG with refreshments and no guest fee.

Executive Meetings– The last Thursday of the month, 7:00 p.m. @ Libro Credit Union in Essex

Membership– $35.00 a year

This includes admittance to guild meetings, ESQG Newsletter (+ 5.00 if snail mailed), ESQG Website and Blog online, ESQG Library resources, reduced workshop fees, and a priceless supportive community of quilters.


Charity – ESQG supports local and global charity projects through making and donating quilts and other items to organizations and individuals in need.

Just For Fun – There are often several challenges, exchanges, and monthly projects available for ESQG members.


Workshops – ESQG presents several workshops throughout the year, where gifted quilt designers, authors and instructors present interesting and valuable techniques and projects.

Dinners – To kick off the holiday season early and inspire members to finish up those holiday projects they’ve been working on, ESQG holds its annual Christmas Dinner in November.

Shows – ESQG presents a guild show every four years


Mailing Address

KINGSVILLE ARENA, c/o Erie Shores Quilters’ Guild

1741 Jasperson Lane

Kingsville, ON

N9Y 2E4

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Leanne Roth permalink
    October 12, 2022 1:53 pm

    I am interested in learning how to quilt. Have not used my sewing machine in over 25 years also.
    I am new to Kingsville and newly retired and would like to learn something new.

    • February 16, 2023 11:45 am

      i apologize for not seeing this sooner. Come out to one of meetings. Next meeting is Tuesday Feb. 21, 7 pm. If you haven’t already attended, we’d love to have you! It’s a great group always willing to help out someone learning:)

  2. Mary Ellen Bryden permalink
    January 5, 2013 4:07 pm

    December 2012 – A beautiful quilt was received by our father in the Tilbury Manor Nursing home for Christmas. It is very thoughtful of you to donate to the elderly with the thoughts of keeping them comfortable and warm. You are a generous and talented group. Thankyou and best wishes to all. Susan Armstrong and Mary Ellen Bryden

  3. Grace Pendrak permalink
    January 10, 2012 6:10 pm

    I want to “Thank You” ladies for your gift to the Slave Lake quilters who lost everything. It was a real blessing to me, and really encouraged me to take up sewing again. Its been difficult to start some of these things again, not sure why. Your gift has made a difference for me, thanks.

  4. Bonita Benjamin permalink
    January 19, 2011 9:05 am

    Hello, my mother is a resident of Country Village Nursing Home. I would like to extend a heartfelt thankyou to all the wonderful people involved with Erie Shore Guild. She loves her new quilt. She took me around the Village to show me all the beautiful quilts donated to the residents. What a lovely Christmas surprise. She told me that the other day , she fell asleep, for a little nap, on top of her bedding and when she woke up, one of the caring staff had covered her with her quilt. She told me that she didn’t want to get up!!!!!
    Thankyou very much ! Happy New Year to All…..Sincerely “a thankful daughter”

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