Workshops are offered to Guild members for a fee.  Each month a specific project is taught  to enhance skill building.  The classes are taught by a qualified quilter and teacher.

Notes for All Workshops:

Registration – registration must be completed before the date of the workshop.  You may register at the Workshop table at the guild meeting or contact the workshop team. There will be a minimum and maximum number of participants for each workshop. If there is insufficient registrations for a workshop will result in a cancellation. In this case only, workshop fees will be refunded.

Fee – Workshop fees vary month to month.  It depends on the supplies needed for the workshop. If you are a guest, you have to add $5 to your fee. Payment options are and please be sure to specify: Participant’s name, email address, phone number and workshop.

Zoom – zoom links will be provided once payment has been verified. Zoom links are not to be shared; among other things, this can be a security risk.

Register but cannot attend? – Workshop registrations are transferable to another person; first priority for the transfer would be given to those on a waiting list. Workshop fees are not refundable.

NOTE: If anyone has a particular skill or project that they would like us to offer as a workshop or a mini-workshop, please let Heather Maslen know.  If you want to teach a workshop, remember we pay $25 an hour to our instructors.

Saturday March 9th and April 13th

WORKSHOP: Atomic Starburst

FEATURING: Terry Stevenson


DESCRIPTION: Everyone fell in love with Terry’s holiday version of the pattern by VioletCraft so she is now going to share her tips and tricks to making this pattern.

Thursday April 18th 9-4 pm

WORKSHOP: Comfort Quilt Sew Day

FEATURING: Comfort Quilts

DESCRIPTION: Come out and have a fun day sewing with the Comfort Quilt Crew and make a quilt for our Outreach Program. Fabric will be provided. This is a free workshop!!

Thursday July 18th

WORKSHOP: Kids class/ Beginner class

FEATURING: Michele Jones

DESCRIPTION: Bring your grandchild, neighbour kid or someone else that wants to learn to quilt, out for a fun day of learning. You get to bring home what you make and just need a mentor with a sewing machine and tools. We will provide the rest!