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Athabasca Quilters' Guild -- We have about 30 members who pay $25 a year in dues. We meet at 6:30 pm on the first Thursday of each month, except July and August. Our activities include workshops, Sewing Saturdays, charity quilt raffles, secret sisters, shop-hops, and a quilt show every second year. Contact email@example.com for further information including meeting location, membership information and upcoming activities. Irene Hrechuk firstname.lastname@example.org
Tangled Threads Quilt Guild and Needlework Group has a membership of approximately 30. We meet every Wednesday evening with the 1st Wednesday of the month being a guild business meeting. We have monthly Saturday sewing days during fall and winter. To become a member there is a $20 donation and a requirement to donate an item(s) for charity which is our local hospital auxillary. over the years we have donated hundreds of quilts and other handmade items as well as raising money for the hospital and making quilts for palliative care,cancer care and our other patients. email@example.com
Peace by Piece Quilters' Guild meets in Hope Lutheran Church, Boulton Road N.W. Second Tuesday of the month.40 members based on Christian Principles strictly a charity group. contact Devon through our web site .
- Carbon Heritage Quilters. We have 5 energetic members who pay $10/year in dues. We meet at 7 pm most Tuesdays of the month, the second Tuesday being our business meeting, at the home of one of our members. We have an annual Quilt Show, Piecing in the Valley. We host many challenges through the year; the latest being a Paper Bag challenge involving 15 quilters in the area. Our raffle quilts are directed towards community groups and we are beginning a compassion quilt project. We host two classes a year.
This is a new Guild. We meet every second Tuesday evening at 7:00p.m. at Log Cabin Quilts & Fabrics. We are doing a block at each meeting for a sampler quilt. Other ideas are always welcome. Contact Marilyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cold Lake
The Last Stitch Quilt Guild has close to 40 Members, our dues are $25 a year. Our meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month from September thru May at 7pm. Project days take place once a month on the 3rd or 4th Saturday from September thru May from 10 am to sometime in the evening. New members are always welcome. Lisa England email@example.com
Czar Quilters We are a group of quilters that meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month, except July and August. We get together at Czar Hall in Czar, Alberta, Canada and work on our own quilts. We have approx 70 members who pay $30/year in dues. We welcome all ages and skill levels. If interested in more info please visit our site.
- Drayton Valley
Hearts & Hands Quilters Guild meet every third Thursday of the month at the Emmas Lutheran Church 4604-50th Ave at 7pm dues $30 and a sewing day every Wednesday at 10am. We are a small guild of 60 but we have a lot of heart. Every January we dedicate one Saturday to do our charity quilts. We do a show and charity raffle every other year. For more information contact Valdine; firstname.lastname@example.org
www.edqg.ca We have ~300 members. Meet 7:30pm 3rd Wed. Sep-Nov, Jan-May at Taylor College & Seminary. Monthly newsletters, speakers, quilt shop gifts, extensive library, annual charity project, member grants to teach workshops, bee groups, retreats, workshops, biannual quilt show. Margaret.Landon@albertahealthservices.ca
- Fort McMurray
Northern Lights Quilt Guild. We are a guild of 40+ members who meet the 2nd and 4th monday of each month at 7 PM at Heritage Park in downtown Fort McMurray. We have members who are beginner to advanced levels and are a teaching / learning guild, with an aim to foster the love of quilting. We have Block of the month, mystery projects, charity projects, and show and tell every meeting to inspire you to go home and quilt. The focus of our meetings are quilting and friendship. email@example.com
- Fort Saskatchewan,
Fort Sask Quilt Guild. Members meet every third Monday at 7pm. We have secret pal, workshops, bus trips, retreats, block of the month, show and tell and quilt shows. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Grande Prairie.
Northern Piecemakers Quilt Guild. We have about 75 members who pay $25.00 a year in dues. We meet on the first Monday of each month, September-June at 7pm* at: Basics Catering and Banquet Facilities 8930-111 Street Grande Prairie, Alberta We have a small monthly project, mystery projects, and a block of the month. Contact email@example.com for more information.
- High Prairie, High Prairie Quilt Guild.35 members, meetings 3rd Friday of each month.We make a raffle quilt yearly for proceeds to our community clubs,we have retreats,basket draws,raffles.Our shows are usually in October each year. We do have birthday block.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- High River and District Handicrafts Guild - We are a group of 35 members that get together every Friday 8-12pm at the Friendship Center in High River. We quilt, knit, crochet, cross-stitch as well as other needlearts and enjoy the work of our hands. Dues are $50.00 per year. Contact: Carol Balogh @ email@example.com
- Medicine Hat
Cactus Rose Quilt Guild. Have 50 members pay $40 a year. We meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday from September to June at the Kinplex Social Room, at 7pm for meeting we have the room all day. We do challenges have a lot of fun and a Quilt Show every 2nd year. Contact person Pearl Copeman at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mundare. Quilting Bee Sewcial. We have 6 energetic members who
meet every Thursday from 3 - 8 pm at the Mundare Seniors Centre in order to
make blankets, quillows, and quilts for Blankets 4 Canada. Everyone is
welcome and many community members join in the fun. Materials are donated
from various locations. Our focus is on education, having fun, and
helping others in need by providing warmth and compassion.
Last year, we donated a quilt to Mundare Fire & Rescue and managed to raise $1,050 as a fundraiser. This quilts have been donated to the Kalyna Country Performing Arts Festival (draw in April), the Vegreville Rotary Club - 50th Anniversary (draw in May) and the Lamont SADD Chapter (draw in July). Guild address: Quilting Bee Sewcial; Box 439; Mundare, Alberta; T0B 3H0
Sew Crazy Quilters. We have about 10 members who pay $60 in dues. We meet at 7pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month (Sept-May)in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church in Olds. We are a small guild with a focus on learning new techniques and sharing our love of quilting. Debbi Rempel email@example.com
- Peace River
Valley Peacemakers Quilt Guild. We have about 20 members who pay $25 a year in dues. We meet at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month at the Anglican Church in Peace River. We plan 5 special sewing Saturdays a year & an annual local retreat. We also have fun with an annual challenge project and sew for charity. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Sherwood Park
Sherwood Park Quilt Guild – The cabin quilters meet every second Thursday of the month at the Log Cabin (50 Spruce Ave.) at 7:00 p.m. We have speakers, hands on workshops, entertaining programs, and tons of fun. We have approximately 100 members and new members are always welcome. Contact Carol Vaage for more information. email@example.com
Tofield Country Quilters. About 20-25 members meet twice monthly September to June, Thursday evenings at Bardo Lutheran Church. We enjoy classes, workshops, quick demo's, mystery quilts, fabric challenges, and social gatherings. We make charity quilts including Quilts of Valour, and host a show every 3rd year. firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermilion Quilters Guild - Meetings held the second and fourth Wednesday each month from September to May from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Group meets at the School of HopeBring your own project to work on or participate in the Guild challenges or mystery quilts or community project. Annual quilt show held the last weekend in April. Carol Wasylik email@example.com