Kanata Quilt Guild

Quilt Show Submission Form

Help us celebrate the quilts and community we create in our guild!  Plans for our Quilt Show Celebration are well underway. Please have your quilts ready to bring to our September Guild meeting along with the submission form for each quilt. You can enter as many quilts as you would like but it would be awesome if every member could submit a couple of quilts.

Submission forms will be available at the June meeting and are also available for download (click here) so you can complete the forms before the September meeting. We will have plenty of registration forms available at the September meeting!

If you have any questions, visit the Quilt Show table at the June Meeting!

May meeting and newsletter

The Kanata Quilt Guild meeting is this week, Thursday, May 11, from 9:30 am to noon. The presenter will be Michele Gagne, and the shop of the month is Quilters Barn and Gifts. More detail is included in this month’s KQG Newsletter.

Please note that in spite of appearances, all the same content is still available to you on this website! Only the colour scheme has changed, and perhaps some small details such as fonts. If you spot any errors, omissions or problems on the site, under the new theme, please don’t hesitate to contact the website volunteer, Liz.

Updated to say that a revised version of the newsletter was posted Tuesday, May 9, so if you had read or downloaded it yesterday, you may want to see the newer version, which contains a few  items missed earlier.

Lanark County Quilt Guild Workshops

A message from the the program coordinators at LCQG (Perth):
“We are reaching out to neighbouring guilds to let you know that we have spaces left in two, full-day workshops with fibre artist Bethany Garner, from Fibreworks in Kingston.
The first workshop, June 6, is a fabric dying workshop — up to 6 yards to create multiple colours!  Two weeks later, on June 20, quilters can use their new fabric to create a piece of art. 
Prices are $35 for each workshop, with kits of $15 for patterns/instructions. These prices can’t be beat, for an incredible artist and instructor. Did I mention that Bethany teaches 8 of the 10 courses at the Textile Design program at St. Lawrence College?
View the full details on the flyers here:  
Please get in touch with the organizers if you have any questions.”