Our mandate is to promote quilting within the guild and community; to preserve quilting as an art form; to establish, maintain and upgrade quilting standards; to encourage an exchange of ideas and methods; to participate in community projects; to research and preserve the history of quilting in Prince Edward County.
We are donating a quilt to the Festival of Trees again this year. Gail made this beautiful quilt.
Let's do Show and Share! Submit a photo of your work - Works in Progress, Finished Quilts, Challenge Quilt, Comfort Quilts, Meals on Wheels placemats, ...
The Common Thread Quilt Guild is hosting a workshop on walking foot quilting by Melissa Marginet on Saturday, December 5. We are invited. See the 2020/2021 Workshops page for more info.
There is a new Challenge! Make a quilt using only blocks already completed and strips or squares already in your stash.
We are making placemats for Community Care's 'Meals on Wheels' program again this year. Drop off your finished placemats on the chair on the front porch of Colleen K's house between November 22 and December 13.
If you would like to work on a Comfort Quilt, contact Betty or Colleen K.
The Days for Girls project needs people to serge long strips at home. Fabric and thread are supplied. Our first ten kits will be going to a women's shelter here in Canada. If you can help, contact Anne Longston.
The Quilt Show is postponed to July 10 and 11, 2021. Quilt registration for the 2021 show is now open. Register your quilt.