Senior Crafters Wanted for Craft Sale

The Willowby Community League is hosting a 55+ craft fair early June, we are looking for people 55+ that have a craft and want a location to sell their items.


We also have 3 spots available for companies that sell supplies to crafters that may want to demo their items, if you know of any suppliers that may be interested please let me know, I can email them the information.


Feel free to call or reply to this email if you have any questions or would like more information.


Thank you for your consideration;

Regards, Ruth

Ruth Ruddock A.ED.

Stonecrop Events Corporation

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Office: 780-244-4455

Cell: 780-860-2075

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registration form (pdf)

Information poster (pdf)




Central Alberta Quilt Show

We wanted to take the opportunity to personally invite you and your guild members to the Central Alberta Quilt Show on April 6 & 7th
We have a few new events happening this year that you may be interested in.

We will be hosting a breakfast lecture featuring Nancy Mahoney from Sparta, Georgia each morning of the Quilt Show.  Included is a  continental breakfast starting at 7:30 am, followed by Nancy's trunk show and lecture at 8:15 am.  As an additional bonus, you will receive early entry to the Quilt Show - the merchants will be ready at 9:30 for Breakfast Ticket Holders and then the doors open for the public at 10:00 am. Tickets are available at Tickets Alberta for $40.00.

NOTE:  If you have a group of 10 or more people, we are prepared to offer a group rate of $35.00 per ticket if you contact us directly.

Nancy will also be holding classes after the show on Saturday and Sunday. For further details and to register for a class, please visit our website: 


For the most up to date information, please visit our website: 

We look forward to seeing you at our Quilt Show on April 6 & 7.

Quilt Show Committee
Central Alberta Quilters Guild

History of Paris Fashion Crash Course

anne-carousel-feature3Dear EDQG member,

I am conducting a short (and fun) course this summer on fashion history in Paris that some of your members may be interested in. It’s a non-for-credit course but with a summary of the quality research I discuss in my University of Alberta courses. If you could forward the link (below) to your members and I would hapopy to answer any questions they may have.

Many thanks,



Associate Professor, Material Culture and Curatorship

Curator, Anne Lambert Clothing and Textiles Collection
325 Human Ecology Building
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T6G 2N1
780-492-3604 / Fax: 780-492-4821
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Fashion History Crash Course in Paris

August 6 to 11, 2018 

Morning lectures and afternoon visits to world-class museums

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Terry Aske, Quilt Artist, is coming to Lethbridge

Greetings everyone,


Yes, spring iscoming, and the Lethbridge Centennial Quilters’ Guild is so excited to have Terry Aske come out from Vancouver to share her great techniques for creating portraits with quilt fabric.


Workshop info: 

April 22-10:30-am-5:00 pm

April 23 9:30 am to 4:00 pm


Trunk show-April 24, at regular Guild meeting– guests are very welcome!

Location CASA

230-8 St South

Lethbridge, AB


Cost will be $220 for Guild members &

$270 for non-Guild members.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided


Full payment by February 27, 2018

Deadlines for cancellations March 1, 2018.


If anyone is interested but needs a billet, please do not hesitate to contact me. And if you have general questions about the workshop, just let me know.


Thank you so much for taking the time to share this with your fellow quilt enthusiasts.  A poster is included in this email.


Jackie Mignault

WorkshopCommittee member.

Cell:  403-849-1733 (phone or text message)

House: 403-331-3112

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World Quilt Competition XXII

The World Quilt Competition XXII will be judged August 16-18, 2018 at World Quilt New England in Manchester, New Hampshire.  I am the Canadian Coordinator for the competition and ask if you would pass this information onto your membership.
The deadline for contest entrants to postmark or email completed entries is May 14, 2018.  You may mail your entry and images (on a CD), or scan and email your entry form to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  along with the full view and close up images of your quilt.
There are many talented quilters living in Canada and I would like to encourage more people to enter.  As well as the potential to earn prize money, quilts will include an extended tour of the USA increasing visibility among fellow artists.
Attached is an entry form and if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to email me.
Debbie MacLeod

Quincy’s Quilting Inc. is Moving!!

Quincy’s is excited to let you know that the Grand Opening of their new downtown Leduc location

(4801 50th Avenue) will be Thursday March 08th

You are invited to a pre-moving sale February  17 – 19 at our current location #100, 5906 50th Street in Leduc.



Earthly Goods Quilting Center is Opening Again

Earthly Goods Quilting has a new studio location!!!!!

Offering the same quality of classess that they have always been known for, just at a different location.

Effective Tuesday, February 20, 2018 the store will be located at:

15387-117 Avenue (second floor above "On Course Parks")

Edmonton, AB

Conveniently located just off 118 Avenue, two blocks east of 156 Street.  Plenty of parking, entrance through the rear of the building.


GANG Fabulous Fabric Frenzy

The Grandmothers of Alberta for a New Generation (GANG) are again busy preparing for our sixth annual Fabulous Fabric Frenzy. At this Frenzy, GANG will sell donated fabric, yarn and notions to the public for very low prices. All sale profits will go to the Stephen Lewis Foundation, Grandmother to Grandmother project.  This project helps support grandmothers in East Africa who are raising grandchildren who have been orphaned due to AIDS.

We gladly accept donations of fabric, yarn and sewing notions. We are not able to take books or patterns.

So, if you are down-sizing or just reducing your stash, please consider passing it on to our very worthy cause.

Commencing January 11, 2018, we will be accepting donated materials from 10:00 am to 2 pm on most Thursdays at Strathearn United Church, 8510 – 95 Ave., Edmonton. Please phone Ev at 780-434-0825 a few days prior to confirm that someone will be there.

If you are dropping off a donation, please use the alley door and ring the buzzer. Or, if your donation is only a few bags or boxes, I would be happy to receive it at the meetings in January, February and March.

Our sale this year will be on April 21, 2018 at Strathearn United Church.

We are anticipating a bigger than ever sale this year! Our inventory will include a wide range of fabrics that will appeal to home sewers, dressmakers, quilters, knitters and crafters. We look forward to seeing you at our Fabulous Fabric Frenzy. Please watch for our posters in the community and the ad in the Country Register in March for sale times.



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