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February 7, 2017

Franny has an update for the Charity Sewing Day on February 13th and it’s as follows:

Hello Ladies:  This an update for our Charity Sewing Day on February 13th:

The kits for our Charity Sewing have been assembled.  There is something ofr everyone to experiment with as we create quilts for the Dialysis Unit in Leamington.  The fabrics are beautiful, and many kits have pieced tops already.  There will be a section for “string quilting” which would be a fun new project for those who want to learn how to use those famous scraps we all have.  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Leamington is our meeting place from 9 am to 2 pm.

Bring a lunch and be prepared to be inspired.

Franny, Charity Program Co-ordinator

FEBRUARY 4th Sashiko Workshop

February 7, 2017


It’s always a fun time when the ladies of the guild get together to do these workshops:) Donna Murawski said that the class was great, and very different without the use of sewing machines.  The following are some of the pictures involving the guild ladies taking the Sashiko workshop.

February 13th Quilting Bee

January 28, 2017

The Charity Program is well underway with our first Quilting Bee on February 13th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Leamington.  We will start at 9 am and continue until 2 pm, so bring a bag lunch and expect to have a lot of fun.  The Charity we will be working for is the Dialysis Unit at the Leamington Hospital.  Bring your sewing machine, rotary cutter and mat.  Kits will already be assembled, but we may need more embellishments from the extra fabric that will be provided.

For those who want to work from home, the measurement for these lap quilts is 45″ wide X 60″ long.

We look forward to spending the day together!

Franny, Charity Program Organizer

Next General Meeting–January 17, 2017

December 30, 2016

Our next general meeting will be held at 7pm on January 17th, at the Kingsville Arena with Jackie Coopers’ trunk show and Sue White as our vendor for the evening.   Hope to see you there.   Guests always welcome–$5.00 at the door.


November 16, 2016

Although I couldn’t attend personally, I understand through the quilting grapevine that the evening was a huge success!!  A big thank you goes out to all those involved in making it such a fun and enjoyable evening!  Congrats to a job very well done:)

The photos to follow are of  some of our winners to the raffle and the show and share portion of the evening.  Looks like there were smiles all around all evening.  Great to see!

Congratulations to Jackie Flood for winning the beautiful Christmas quilt!  I’m sure you’ll get a lot of warmth cozied up on the couch with it this winter.



October 18, 2016 Guild Meeting

October 23, 2016

The evening proved to be idea inspiring with Robin Bogaert’s trunk show–“My Quilting Journey”.    What a great presentation!  Beautiful quilts from beginning to end.  Robin showed us quilts that were class samples from her days as owner of Borders Quilting & Sewing, in Windsor.  Quilts she made just for fun, quilts she made during workshops she had attended and even quilts from a recent “Quilt Magazine” publication.  You should check out her website at which was just named as one of the top 100 quilting blogs.

We all wished Rosemary Uiberlacher a very happy birthday as she turns 70 this month.

Deb Ferguson shared her President’s Challenge for 2017 which is a wall hanging or
quilt made out of reds, whites, creams or beige with the accent colour being black. It must include flying geese and maple leaves.

Don’t forget about next months Christmas Party, some of the info is as follows:
When: November 15, 2016
Where: Kingsville Golf & Country Club, 640 County Rd 20
Time: Doors open at 5pm, Dinner at 6pm
Cost: $31


See Kathy Wiper and or Shirley Lowes to reserve your table and purchase tickets.
This year’s recipients of our annual Christmas good works will be the clients of the
Meals on Wheels program in the Kingsville/Leamington area. We are asking for
placemats (12” x 18”) to be given to people with their meals. The placemats can be
any design, but we ask that they not be seasonal, so that they can be used daily
throughout the year. It is a great way to use up your scraps and stash. Hopefully, we
can donate two to each person, so that when one is dirty, they can still have one that
is usable. Placemats will be collected the evening of the dinner. As is customary with
the guild, we will be collecting canned goods and toiletries for the St. Vincent de Paul
Society. Please be generous, as there is a great need in our area.
Raffle – Do you want to win a beautiful quilt or a basket full of wonderful gifts?
Tickets will be available the night of the dinner.
Tickets are $1 each or 10 for $5.
As usual, bring your lovely quilts for Show and Tell at the dinner.  We hope to see you all there for a fun and enjoyable evening!

The next general quilt guild meeting will be January 17, 2017 with Sue White as vendor and Jackie Cooper’s trunk show presentation.


October 22, 2016

The following are some pictures taken at the October 22nd Geese in the Cabin workshop with Deb Beirnes.  It looks like there were quite a few enjoying the day sewing with Deb.  Very nice to see.

Next General meeting is October 18, 2016 at 7 pm

October 18, 2016

Tonight’s meeting will have Robin Bogaert’s trunk show along with Betty Ives as vendor.

Please remember to bring your finished row by row projects to the October meeting.

Don’t forget to bring some $ for a raffle ticket or two (which will be for sale at the October meeting or at the Party) to win the beautiful quilt or a basket full of wonderful gifts at the Christmas Party which will be at the Kingsville Golf & Country Club on November 15, 2016!

We would like to remind members who have not paid there dues to see Bev McKay at the membership table at our October meeting so that you can remain on the membership list and receive our monthly newsletter.

We hope to see you there:)  Guests always welcome–$5.00 at the door.

September 20-2016 Guild Meeting

October 4, 2016

The evening was informative to say the least on the presentation for Guatemala Hope.  I’m sure all members present found out something they didn’t previously know.  A thank you goes out to all who donated material to the Guatemala Hope effort.

We would like to welcome our newest additions to the executive board: Penelope Quick as Secretary, Franny Chartrand for taking on Charity,  Bev McKay for membership and Licia Cipkar as our Historian.   We appreciate you giving  your time and efforts to get involved with your guild!

We had 8 new members join the guild in September to bring our total number of members to 120.  Way to grow!!  Lets hope we keep enticing new members to join our quilting community because as we all know, the more the merrier!

Our next general guild meeting will be held on October 18, 2016 at 7 pm.



August 16-2016 Guild Meeting

August 16, 2016

Tonight’s meeting was a busy, but fun all around meeting.  We listened intently to Jan Bergeron speak on the topic of Quilts of Valor.  She presented some great ideas for us all to work on if interested in donating a quilt for a great cause.  There are photos in our Show and Share section to view.

The charm pack game was a big hit!  Everyone seemed to be having a good time playing the game.  Hopefully we all got some ideas from our squares acquired from the game for new projects to work on.

Glad to see quite a few of our members renewed their memberships for the upcoming year in time for the draw deadline for one of the two free memberships being drawn in September, along with a few new members.  Welcome to our new members!

The treats were a big hit.  Many asked for the recipe for the Rice Krispie Rolls, so, we decided to post the recipe:


Hope you all enjoy!  See you at our September Guild Meeting, on Sept. 20th:)

Pictures from our August Show and Share

August 16, 2016


Our next Guild meeting–August 16-2016

July 28, 2016

Our next guild meeting will be held on August 16-16 at 7 pm.   The meeting will be a fun one for sure.  We will be hosting a “Charm square game”—-Members will have fun swapping 6″ squares.  You will need to bring 20 different cotton squares.

Sue White will be our vendor for the evening.

Elections will be held during this meeting.  Anyone wishing to volunteer  or nominate another member will be happy to hear that we have positions available.  We are in need of a secretary and a person or team to head up our charity committee.

Yearly membership fees are due and if paid in full by the end of August, your name will be entered into a draw in September for one of two free memberships.

Guests are always welcome–$5.00 at the door.

July 19, 2016 meeting

July 19, 2016

The following are some of the pictures taken of the “show and share” portion of the meeting.  Looks like we’ve had some busy members…very nice to see:)

Linda Bartlett–curved table runner

June 30, 2016

Linda Bartlett held a workshop for a curved table runner on July 20, 2016 –9:30-3:30 at the K of C Hall, at 1172 County Rd. 20, Kingsville  at a cost of $30.  The following are examples of members working on their projects.  Nicely done ladies:)

Dr. Jennifer Meret, DC

June 30, 2016

Dr. Jennifer Meret, DC spoke at our June 2016 guild meeting.  She gave helpful advice on posture and stretching to our members to help keep our bodies in line while we sew our days away:)  You can see a few of the posture exercises by following the link provided.  You can also check out her website at  to find out more.

Dr.Jennifer Meret, DC

Dr. Jennifer Meret, DC was our guest speaker at our June 2016 meeting.

Quilt Guild — June 21, 2016

June 30, 2016