Happy Spring! It seems there is always lots going on with our Guild, and specifically for me, the Workshop Committee.
We continue to really enjoy the Canadiana in Cloth series, and are including a couple of pictures to show the creations which are in the works. Each block tells part of the story of Canada. We have been told that the upcoming Boundary Bay Quilters’ Guild show will have several Canadiana quilts on display, and look forward to seeing those!
Our Mola Style Applique Workshop filled up fast! It will be quite different than others we have had this year—all hand work, so no need to bring our machines.
We still have room in the other two workshops planned for this spring, Twist and Turn Bargello and Shattered Angles. Please let us know asap if you are interested in either of these, as we have opened registration up to people outside the guild. The March Guild meeting is the deadline for signing up for both of these workshops. We are having difficulty getting enough participants, and if we don’t meet the breakeven point by then, we will have to cancel or postpone them.
As mentioned in the email which was sent out, we are planning a survey of our Members, to get an idea of what you are interested in for future workshops. If you have any great ideas, let us know!
The Workshop Committee is looking for another couple of Members to join us. Please let me know if you can help out.