The Fraser Valley Quilters’ Guild is a non-profit Society. The purpose of the Guild is to bring the joy of quilting to the public by way of shows, displays, and demonstrations, and to bring ideas and learning experiences to the members by way of workshops, guest speakers, and demonstrations.
Guests are always welcome with a free drop-in for the first meeting. There will be a fee of $10.00 for non-members for special guest speakers to help cover costs.
Guild meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month from September through June at 10 AM and 7 PM at:
Trinity Lutheran Church
11040 River Road
Our first annual Winter Sewstice was a resounding success.
The chatter and laughter was infectious , the goodies, plus a birthday cake satisfied all of sweet teeth in the room.
Thank you to everyone who joined us and helped to make it possible.
Mark your calendars for the “Spring Sewstice” on Saturday ,March 23 ,2024.
The winter sewstice is on for tomorrow (January 20, 9am to 4pm).
It appears the right parking lot has been cleared with a path to the front door. We are in the room downstairs so will be using the front door. (Not the back door used during meetings)
We will be there to help with bringing stuff inside if you need it.
See you then,
Cher, Cynthia and Cathy G
The Triple C’s present our first annual “Winter Sewstice”
Trinity Lutheran Church
Basement(where we have the library)
Saturday January 20, 2024
9:00am to 4:00pm
$5.00 gets you in the door
Those who have preregistered can bring their machines(we are full). Anyone else please join us for coffee, tea, homemade goodies(maybe) a roomful of knowledgeable quilters who are willing to share tips and tricks, and don’t forget all sorts of quilting chatter.
See you there!
C ,C and C
The Triple C’s
I hope the holiday was good to all.
JANUARY 9, 2024
Day meeting brings us Snoops and Snippets from Judy Leslie’s quilt studio.
The “inbetweens” will continuing on making the “disappearing “L” patch blocks with quilts destined for our charity (DAS).
Evening meeting will be a ZOOM presentation by Brandon Wulff. Check out his beautiful quilts on his website: https://bwulffandco.com/
See you then
Things to remember:
A sweet (A to L) or a savoury (M to Z) treat to share.
A mug and a plate for snacks
Cash for basket tickets( our charity appreciates this)
Ornament for ornament exchange( voluntary)
A festive spirit