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Log Cabin Fever Sew-Along Draws❤

A Special Note From Darlene Hello LadiesThis month we will be putting our Log Cabin Fever quilt-top together. Those of you participating in the BOM, will receive a copy of the “Block Layout sheet”, which will show you how to layout your squares to finish your quilt top (It will be much like working on […]

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Linda Mielke Bio

My first quilt guild meeting ever, was April 2008, when I visited Grace United Church to check out what quilting was all about. I paid my visitor entrance fee, and sat down. There was a lot of activity all around and lots of quilting supplies all over the hall. The president, Janet Whittaker welcomed everyone, […]

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More Crumbs from Linda

Using up your itty bitties and strips.

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Spring Brook Blossoms QAL

Hello Fellow Quilters,If you are looking for a new Block of the Month to join, there is a new one starting up now from Corey Yoder of Coriander Quilts.  I think this one will come together pretty quickly and it is a scrap buster if you wanted to go that route.Here’s a link to the […]

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Wearing Two Hats!

Last week I introduced myself as your new host for the 2021-2022 Block of the Month Quilt Along. But today I am now officially your web mistress too! I am so super excited! I feel just like how I felt when I discovered the eight-at-time HST method. I’m going to love this. Wish me luck! […]

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It’s Me! Kathleen

Hey There! Hi, I’m Kathleen. I will be your BOM “host” for the 2021-2022 Quilt. About Me If I had to describe myself I would say that I am a “lifelong learner”, with a passion for everything quilting. I recently retired from teaching and started my own business which keeps me busy most days. When […]

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Carry & Cover Bags for Hospice

This project was approved by KQG Executive as a new Charity Project in March 2013. Hospice Simcoe is a facility that provides for the needs of people in all of Simcoe County who are dying.  There is no cost to the families to use their services and they are a non-profit agency.  They asked for […]

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Charity Quilts

The KQG has had a long tradition of creating quilts for charitable causes.  In 2000, Brenda Wauchop attended a show at Casa Loma in Toronto at which quilts were auctioned to raise money for breast cancer research.  It was decided this was a worthwhile activity for KQG.  Brenda coordinated the effort for a number of […]

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Small Comfort Quilts Program

The Kempenfelt Quilters’ Guild has been making quilts for this program since 2000.  These quilts are donated to the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH) two to three times a year, depending on the number of quilts.  The quilts are designed to cover the isolets housing these at-risk babies, to restrict […]

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Christmas Donations to the Salvation Army

Annually, the Guild makes donations to the Salvation Army.  In the past, individual Guild members have created stockings or Santa Sacks for children and filled them with all kinds of things to delight under-privileged girls and boys served by the Salvation Army.  There were usually 40-55 stockings brought to our December Christmas gathering to be […]