Wednesday, 15 March 2017

PEIMQG March 2017 Sew-In

The temperature in PEI was FREEZING for the March Sew-In. Still we had a small group turn out to spend the day sewing and socializing...

Gail has been busy working on Tula Pink's "100 Blocks"



and here is another project she will be working on.



Linda was working on her "New Leaves" wallhanging... Can't wait to see this project progress.




Diane was putting together her Canada's 150th Big Bee Blocks for Ronald McDonald House. Love these slab blocks!!




Heather J was putting a hanging sleeve on a friend's Quilt of Valor




Roberta was making 4-patches and Half Triangle square blocks for her "Moon Dance" Quilt




Heather C worked on the Round Robin project,( but we can't show you cause it's a surprise!!!)



Lydea and Cathy worked on the "Chubby Charmer" tote.




Lydea got her's finished just in time for her sleepover. Great job Lydea!!



Thanks for coming out to sew on such a cold day, Better weather to come, I'm sure. I hope to see you at the March meeting...


The following Events are planned for the West Royalty Community Room, Sobeys, 39 Babineau Avenue, Charlottetown.  Save the dates.

March  23rd:               PEIMQG Monthly Meeting (7-9pm)

April  8th:                   PEIMQG Sew-In (9-4pm)

April 27th                   PEIMQG Monthly Meeting


 The following events are planned for the Brackley Community Center:
May 4th                      Krista Hennebury Trunkshow ( 7pm $5 at the door)
May 6th & 7th             Krista Hennebury workshops ( for details please contact                                                                                                                            peimqg@gmail.com)

2 comments:

  1. Well, it was nice 'meeting' you ladies in PEI!!! I am from Alberta and belong to a small guild here just outside of Edmonton. And seeing the weather you had in your area this winter - I am so happy that anyone showed up for the meeting!! Thanks for the pictures and sharing your work. I have Tula Pinks book too. It is fun to see what people do with their blocks. I really enjoyed this blog post and now it is time for me to go get busy in my sewing room. I a working on Bonnie Hunters's quilts - notice 'quilts'.... I have about 5 of them in progress now so need to get a handle on my projects. And now that spring is heading our way, I hope you enjoy the green grass and pretty flowers there soon. Have a great week and 'hi' to every one in the guild!!!! If I ever get to your neck of the woods, could I come visit??? Bye for now! ~ Brenda!! (email is: thardt@telusplant.net)

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    1. Brenda, we would love to have you come and visit us, if you are ever in these parts. Many of us "Islanders" have lived in Alberta at one time or another. Winters out west are very different than the winters on the coasts, But Canadian winter's are mostly cold no matter where you are. Spring is surely just around the corner and we are all looking forward to warmer days and sunny skies!! Thanks for dropping in to say hi, I love that we have readers from all over not just here on our small Island.

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Which Round Robin quilt is your favorite?