Vancouver’s Our Social Fabric believes in a future where no useable fabric ends up in Canadian landfills. This unique
textile recycling initiative is providing a wonderful source of fabrics for quilters.
We are enjoying our time together. Some examples of our activities are: making quilts, block of the month and a workshop to make twisted table runners.
Many changes for us over the past two years. When we could not meet in person we made the decision to give Zoom a try. We started with just the Guild Meetings and quickly moved to have some social meetings via Zoom to assist members in feeling connected. Committees...
CQA/ACC would not exist without the many volunteers who run the organization, and help us connect with so many quilters across Canada.
The following quilters have had quilts accepted into the National Juried Show 2022 in Vancouver, BC.
Hybrid guild meetings: Should we, and can we, offer that format to our members?
Modern Dresden Plate quilt by Debra McPherson of Calgary. Uses pieces originally created by Debra’s grandmother and great-grandmother.
Marianne Parsons creates 3D owls from the cast-off gems she finds in thrift stores.
On March 17th, Clarington Quilt Guild opened it's doors again after an almost two year hiatus, and the excitement amongst all the members was very welcoming. The Guild has also made a switch from an evening meeting to a day time meeting, and this too has been very...
Everyone is welcome to join CQA/ACC’s 2022 Re-Run Quilt Along: Quilt Blocks for the New Millenium.
Cristina De Miranda (@shipsandviolins) shared her version of Paeon, the pattern she designed for CQA/ACC’s 2022 Mystery Quilt.
We are enjoying time with members of our Quilt Guild working on the in-club quilt and workshops. There is always something new to learn.