Raffle quilts are made to raise funds to support the Guild’s Community Projects and to promote quilting as an art form to the Community.

The Scrappy Spool block was chosen to make the Guild’s first Raffle Quilt. Members pieced the blocks and Leah Mitchell assembled the blocks and border. The quilt was quilted by Guild member Marilyn Lockhurst. The raffle was won by Nietz Faizon. Orangeville.

John Creelman/Betty Sanderson (left)   Anne Parsons/Trish Fedora (right)

The Provincial Flowers pattern designed by Sandy Small Proudfoot was chosen as our second Raffle quilt. Members appliqued & embroidered the blocks and quilted the top. It was won by Trish Fedora, Brampton. The money raised helped support our first Quilt Show “The Magic of Cloth”, September 2001.

Members paper pieced the Attic Window blocks then arranged the blocks to form stars that extended into the border. The quilt was long arm quilted by Pix Martin from Elmira.

Leah made a mini quilt from the scraps












Raffle Quilt for the 2016 Quilt Show “The Magic of Cloth Act VI ~ Garden of Dreams”. The quilt featured Kona Bay panel and fabrics. Guild members pieced the sashing blocks, Pat Burbidge assembled the top and Mary Light did the long arm quilting. The raffle was won by Judith Veinot who had been our guest speaker(From Quilter to Artist) at the 2015 November meeting.