February Workshop with Marj O'Hara

We are hosting a three day Winter Workshop with EDQG’s own Marj O’Hara.  Marj is a generous and prolific quilter who also creates patterns as well as Mystery Quilt Projects.  Marj will be taking us on a quilting adventure to amystery destination. 

For a weekend of fun and friendship, join us at the January meeting to sign up for this workshop which will be held at the U of A Dept. of Human Ecology sewing lab during Reading Week on Friday February 19th, Saturday the 20th and Sunday the 21st , 2016. 

Register at the Program table at the guild meeting in January.

In case you are away in January you can send an e-mail or phone to register with Maureen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 780-482-6550.

Details will be revealed in the January newsletter but it is still a mystery as to what you will be creating.  Just a hint in case you are like me….a gotta know kinda gal…you will need 2 m of a plain fabric, 2.2 m. of a fabric that looks good and contrasts with the plain and 1 m. of a zinger that contrasts in value but co-ordinates with the other two….the rest is a mystery and I am sworn to secrecy.


Workshop with Sylvia Courteau -- Slippers

On Sunday November 15th at McQueen Community Hall at 10825 – McQueen Road NW (approximately 144 Street and 108 Ave.) from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Sylvia will share her teaching skills while creating Boutique Slippers with permission from the pattern designer Lorine Mason. 

The cost is $30.00 and includes some supplies provided by Sylvia as well as coffee, tea and treats from the Duchess Bake Shop. 

Bring a bagged lunch and your favorite mug. 

Supply lists were provided when you signed up at the October meeting. 

This class happens before the November meeting so if any of you are interested in joining this event, please get your money to Maureen Devich who will provide you with a supply list before the class. 

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