The guild is open to anyone with an interest in quilts, whether a beginner, intermediate or advanced quilter, or as an enthusiastic onlooker. Membership dues are $40.00 per year or $8.00 per visitor.
The Guild provides the opportunity to meet new friends and share your common interest. You can participate in the Block of the Month (BOM) the block and / or quilt challenge, the workshops, the retreat and the Quilt Show.
You can learn from and enjoy our many guest speakers, receive monthly newsletters, borrow from the guild library and enjoy your new friends. You can show your new quilt creations in our next quilt show.
The guild is a non-profit organization and is organized by members of the guild who volunteer and/or are elected to serve on the executive and committees to plan and execute the activities of the guild. The guild has memberships in the Canadian Quilting Association (CQA) and the Ontario Quilting Connections (OQC).
The Banner on our home page was designed by Guild members to represent our Guild and our Community.
Friendship Star - Betty Sanderson - Time spent together learning and sharing,
Sunbonnet Sue Quilting - Judi Sullivan - Carrying on the tradition,
Heart/Hands – Beckie Shaw – Community Outreach,
Sewing Machine/Spools - Leah Mitchell - The tools of our craft,
Hole in the Barn Door - Heather Stevenson - The farming community,
Golden Winged Warbler - Joan Tipping - One of the many rare/endangered birds in the County,
Spotted Turtle - Mary De Vries – One of the many rare/endangered animals in the County,
Railroad – Madeleine Rentsch – Opened up the County to settlement,
Left panel- Barbara Johnson - Windmill Farms (new energy source), mixed farming (proposed Greenbelt area), Grand River (Heritage River)
Centre panel - Karen Canivet (embroidery), Leah Mitchell (Briar Rose) - Guild Logo,
Right panel – Janet Slater - Niagara Escarpment, Island Lake (headwaters for the Humber, Credit and Nottawasaga Rivers), Rare/endangered Wild Hyacinths, Monarch Butterflies, Chestnut & Butternut trees ,
Bottom V – Mary Light - Dufferin County Museum& Archives houses our quilts and our history Machine quilted by Mary Light of Lightly Quilted, Shelburne