Reluctantly, we have made the decision to forego classes for the 2020-2021 year. Thus we have reduced our membership fees for the year to $40 for all types of members. Our postponed Annual General Meeting will take place via Zoom on Tuesday September 15th at 10 am. As a treat, we will be having the […]
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It is with a heavy heart that I must announce the cancellation of all remaining CEGG meetings for the rest of our fiscal year, ending April 30th. This includes classes, workshop, AGM and Open House. Your executive team has made this decision in response to health advice to limit group meetings as a deterrent to […]
Well, we all had some fun at the Christmas Workshops in late November. Discussions afterwards also focussed on the delicious goodies which were brought in. After getting several requests for the recipe for her Butterscotch Cashew Bars, Mavis has agreed that the recipe can be posted here. Enjoy!
This year’s challenge will be a “Water Fantasy” theme and be a “Brown Bag” challenge. Those deciding to sign up to do the challenge will be given a brown bag in week 5 (November 19). You must sign up in week 3 and 4 to get a brown bag in week 5. You’ll receive a […]
Do you sell your work? There are 2 opportunities coming up that might suit you. One is the Bo Peep Market in Elora on the evening of Fri Sept 27 and the day of Sat Sept 28. See blacksheepfestival.ca for details and contact information. The other is the Christmas Market at the Shops at Paisley. […]
Did you see our display in April and now you want your friend to see it? We will have selected pieces from our Open House on display at the Quilt and Fibre Art Festival in St. Jacobs. We will be in St Jacobs Mennonite Church from Tues May 21 through to Fri May 24 from […]
Our annual Open House and Display of Work is imminent! Our fingers are flying as we finish up our projects so we can show you all what we have done. Come and see this amazing display of the work of over 50 needle artists. Tues Apr 23 from 1-5 pm at our usual location – […]
Love to bead? The Fashion History Museum in Cambridge will feature tambour beader Robert Haven as artist in residence from July 15-28. If you really love to bead, Robert will be teaching tambour beading in a four day course July 15/16 & July 22/23. Details to come on the FHM website.