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Just in case you were wondering…or Shopping!

Hello, everyone

I thought it might be a great idea to share the fabric requirements for this year’s Block of the Month quilt.

Sashes and Borders

I always seem to take a picture of my feet! Finished with sashing.

The finished quilt size, using 3″ unfinished (2 1/2″ finished) sashing and border, is 47″ x 62″. I used 5 different solid colours. I purchased 1/2 yard of each colour and 1 + 1/2 yards of the white background fabric. I used almost all but a few random strips to make this quilt top. There is no room for errors in these measurements.

You could easily use fat quarters (approximately 9-10) rather than fabric off the bolt, and of course, a layer cake would work as well but be careful with those larger blocks, especially Hot Cross Buns!

These measurements are meant as a suggestion ONLY. You may want to purchase 10% more just in case.

Alternate Blocks

However, should you choose to finish your block with an alternate block, such as the hour glass, you will require at least twice as much background and focus fabric. I would strongly suggest using two-colours for this option. I am quite sure I used 8-9 different black and white prints in this one! I would love to see this in blues and yellows or red and whites! The finished quilt size is 72″ x 72″.

Hope this helps. Happy shopping and happy quilting.

See you on Thursday! I will have all of my quilts with me 🙂


Block of the Month Quilt finished with alternate hourglass block.
What's New

2021/2022 BOM September Draw!

Don’t miss out on your chance to win seven 1 yard cuts from Northcott. Learn more about the Block of the Month Program and Sign-up online today!

See you in September.

Kathleen Moraghan and Annie Walden

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August 2021 Newsletter


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July Newsletter

My apologies for getting this out so late…Life sometimes just gets away from you.

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Just a Reminder ~ Quilts for Survivors

Hello Quilting friends: Just a quick reminder about the blocks for the Quilts for Survivors project. If you have any 16.5″ blocks or any orphan blocks that you wish to donate toward the Quilts for Survivors project you can bring them to Robbie Siebert or Darlene Jackson or myself, Dana Romanish – 53 Osprey Ridge Road. Any questions can also be directed to me 705-817-4741 Thank you for your generosity as always.


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Blocks made by KQG Members for Quilts for Survivors

Be sure to share your blocks with us! Email your photos to our webmistress She will be sure to share them online.

What's New

Just a reminder💁

Hello Fellow Quilters,
We have been graciously invited by the Simcoe County Quilt Guild to attend an upcoming speaker event.

Time:  1:00p.m. on Thursday May 27th Subject:  Guest Speaker is Bill Stearman and his presentation is Backpack Quilt Zoom Show referencing the fact that the quilts will be at home. He will discuss his quilt journey and the effects that they represent up to our current time. 

Check your email from Julie Stewart for the Zoom Access ID and passcode. Please note this is for KQG members ONLY.

See you tomorrow.😉

BOM Show and Share What's New

More Finished Log Cabins!

Congratulations KQG Quilters!!! More names for the Block of Month 2020-2021 September Draw.

Be sure to send your finished quilt top photos to Darlene to be entered in the Block of the Month Draws and to be featured online too!

  • Brenda B
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May 2021 Newsletter

BOM What's New

Log Cabin Fever Sew-Along Draws❤

A Special Note From Darlene

Hello Ladies
This 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 a jigsaw puzzle).

I also wanted to mention that we will be having a draw in Sept. and Nov. The first draw in Sept. will be for those of you who finish putting your top together. A photo of your quilt top has to be forwarded to me, in order to have your name put into the Sept. draw. Each prize is for a $25. gift certificate. The second draw, in Nov., as per our Guild custom, will be for a totally completed quilt – quilted, bound and labelled. More information will be sent out closer to the time of the Nov. draw.

Thank you to HummingBird Sewing and Thimbles and Things Quilt Shop for the prizes. If you would like to take part in the Sept. draw, please send
me a photo of your finished top and I will enter your name. The draw will take place on Sept. 8th at our Exec. Meeting.

Thank you to those of you who continue to send in photos of your monthly BOM projects. I can’t wait to see your finished tops.


Congratulations to Diane. The first assembled quilt top photo received by Darlene. Her name will be entered into the September draw.

Congratulations to Darlene too! She shared her photo with me. Great job ladies. I can’t wait the see more.

For those of you interested in the 2021-2022 QAL, I will be your “host” and I can’t wait to get started. Please let me know what you would like to make. Click here to Vote.

Enjoy the rest of your long weekend. Be sure to read the May Newsletter!

Kathleen – Your 2021-2022 KQG QAL Host