Monthly meetings this fall will be via the Zoom utility. If you don't have the Zoom connection info (distributed in the newsletter) please email

10 am Tues Jan 4  Kit Pick Up Day 10 am - noon***LIVE & IN-PERSON**
10 am Tues Jan 18Class 1
10 am Tues Feb 1Class 2
10 am Tues Feb 15Class 3
10 am Tues Mar 1Class 4
10 am Tues Mar 22Class 5    (note: 3 week gap from Class 4)
10 am Tues Apr 5Class 6
Check your newsletter for Zoom details or email us.


We plan to continue to hold online gatherings for our programs and Stitch ‘n Chat sessions from September to end of November. For the meeting schedule see above. For the meeting links, please email us. All members will receive a copy of our August newsletter with the details.

Unfortunately, we are finding that live classes are not on the cards for January. We do plan to have 5 classes for the Jan-Apr 2022 term. These will be online. Classes are now listed on the Classes page and the class Registration Form is available on the Resources page.



For the 2021-22 year, all memberships will continue at $40.


Turqouoise Pin by Renata Georgeff
RSN Workshop by Mavis Brown
Pincushion by Pat Bowley
Gazebo and Rock Garden by Dana Trimble inspired by VanDusen Royal bot Garden
Back Forty by Hazel Alexander

At this time, it’s a disappointment to say that it’s looking like we will have to forego our Open House for a second year. Please watch this space for any changes.


  • Classes for Winter 2022
    November 21, 2021
    abstract in blues and pinks

    Class information has now been released! Have a look at what is on offer for January, download the Registration Form from the Resources page and sign up! Update: All classes are go! There is still space in all except Wool Appliqué. Classes begin January 18.

  • Scottish Diaspora Tapestry: Canada panels
    November 9, 2021

    News flash!
    The Scottish Diaspora Tapestry is here in Canada! Well, the 37 panels that pertain to Canada are here in Guelph at the Guelph Civic Museum for a quick exhibition from November 9-28.
    These tapestries were stitched by various groups in Canada and the Guelph panel was, of course, stitched by members of the CEGG!
    CEGG members also worked with others to finish 2 panels that had not been completed (The Hector and the Nova Scotia panel). So, a lot of our stitchers are represented!
    The Guelph Civic Museum is open Tues-Sun 10 am – 5 pm and admission for Adults or Seniors is $6.