Sunday, June 24, 2018

Looking back

Hello Members,

Our last newsletter from Joanne is up give her thanks on a job well done I cannot imagine not having a newsletter it is the core of our information this one includes the year at a glance and what the executive has done to keep our guild exciting, the guild could not run without our wonderful volunteers thank you all for stepping in and making our spectacular!

We  look forward to 2018-19 and Welcome Deb K as our newsletter editor and the rest of the new executive for the coming year I can't wait to see what they have in store for us!

There are some great quilt shows coming this summer the Picton one, Quilts by the Creek and if I find more I will post on the side click on the links there and it will lead you to the page. There is also a sew-a-long by Border Creek Station it is free and you can make 2 blocks a week for 20 weeks just in time for Christmas finish. I would love to see what people make with it what fabrics you will use? how you would make it your own?

Summer slows the quilting world down some but not all the way it still keeps us imagining as we work on our gardens, go to bbq's travel to visit families in other provinces. I hope to hear about your summer adventures on our first meeting of Sept 25 it really isn't that far away

Happy Summer!
Deb

Sunday, June 10, 2018

BCS is doing a free sew a long

What a great way to start your summer when your garden is blooming and there is just too much heat to be outside Border Creek Station is doing a free sew along 2 blocks a week for 20 weeks just think you know you have to do it! What you are in the middle of a project well this is only 2 blocks a week if you did this you would have 2 quilts done I hope to see some others working on it!


Hope you are absolutely enjoying our lovely weather, are you going to any quilt shows just finished Fergus and now to Trenton Quilt show and Kingston!

Hope to see you on the road!