Hello fellow quilters!
Click on the video below and see what an amazing opportunity it will be to participate in a two day online workshop with your quilting buddies and Tina Curran, virtually live! This raw edge applique flowers and sunshine wall hanging ought to brighten up anyone’s day. Refresh your technique or learn a brand new one , come join us for FVQG’s first online two day workshop.
Saturday February 20 and Saturday February 27, 2021
10:00am to 1:00pm. Coffee and lunch will not be supplied.(heheheehe)
Hello fellow quilters:
Lets say a huge Thank you to both Joan Anderson and Sue Treen for the countless hours they have spent to enable us to have our fantastic library available online.
Please click on the library tab and then click on the library website link.
Find a comfy chair, grab a beverage and peruse all the books online!
Great job girls!
Congratulations to Vera Swaren for winning our virtually drawn 50/50.
Please see our FaceBook page for the live draw!
A lot of giggles and great conversations were had at our virtual Christmas meeting on zoom, with the use of breakout rooms we were able to have a few activities that caused lasting memories of a very different FVQG Christmas party.
Thanks for joining in the fun.
See you in January!
Hello fellow quilters
We ask all our members to participate in a “what are you working on now”
This will take place after the general meeting and show and tell.
Please have whatever you are sharing at the ready!
Tuesday November 10, 2020 Zoom Presentation with Rita Solkin
Collecting and Caring for your vintage quilts.
Did someone leave you a quilt or did one call to you from a vendor’s table at a local summer market? What now? How do you keep it, should you wash it, how do you repair that little tear in some of the fabrics? And of course, how much is it worth?
Come and learn some of the answers while viewing 50 plus quilts, tops and blocks ranging from 1800 to the present. Please bring your cherished vintage and antique quilts for show and tell to help everyone get in the spirit of those wonderful, mostly anonymous, mostly women, who turned a household item into something beautiful
Please see the picture below which represents all of the blocks that were done by our members for the outgoing President.
This has been a tradition for many years and is done in secret by the members and presented to the outgoing President in appreciation of her contribution to the Fraser Valley Quilters Guild during her time in office
Congratulations a job well done, Irene