Meetings and classes begin again on Tuesday, January 16th at 9 am (library/coffee) with announcements/classes at 9:30 am. Most meetings are 2 weeks apart except for one 3 week gap between Jan 30 and Feb 20.
Our Nov 21 meeting will be our 5th class. Stay for the Afternoon Program – the magnetic needle minder. We’ll also have the mobile sharpening service Sharp My Knife outside. We invited SMK so we could get our sewing scissors back to their best. They take cash or cheque only. Nov 28 is an extra […]
Classes have now begun at the Guild. Memberships may be taken out at any time during the year but you should check in to see if a Fall class that is already underway can accept another student. There are still spaces in some Winter classes. Our Afternoon Program schedule has been revised from the one posted […]
Ann Bernard sends us this news about her upcoming blog posts: Laura Dobrindt offered me the pieces made by our Guild to display at The Village of Arbour Trails, at 32 Bayberry Drive in Guelph, on July 3. When they arrived here and I was looking through them, I realised that we had all created […]
The embroiderers are working on a large group project for Canada 150. Each of us is creating a 6 inch by 6 inch square on the theme “My Canada”. The pieces will form a permanent Canada 150 project to be kept by the Guild. The unveiling will be at our annual Open House on Tuesday, April […]
The Christmas Workshop is a little extra time – apart from classes – when we work on a small Christmas project. The projects can be finished (or close to finished) during the class time. This year we have 5 different projects to choose from. Look for the sign-up sheets on the display table near the […]