Other Charitable Projects:
for the Troops
Polio Plus Quilt
Biennial Raffle Quilts
TUESDAY, APRIL 26
9am at Woodland Baptist Church
board has decided to wait until fall to try to meet.
Methodist Homes is still not available and we need
to find a place to meet. In addition, summer is
coming up and covid is still an issue for some. If
you think of a good meeting place, please let Sue
McIver know about it.
I'm thinking of adding a
"Tip for the Week" page and a "What Our Quilting
Friends Are Doing" page. I will get some of that
from Facebook but if you have anything you would
like me to include please email me at
Sorry, I haven't gotten to this yet!!
Here is Liz
Trouant's Stash Buster.
We will be waiting until we meet again for
Both Sides of the Border and Beyond
Croix International Quilters, a chapter of Pine
Tree Quilters Guild of Maine, was organized
in 1982 and currently has approximately 60 enthusiastic members
from both sides of the US/Canadian border at Calais,
Maine, and St. Stephen, New Brunswick, plus women
from the Machias, Maine area. Our members
are quilters at all levels―most are beginner or
intermediate quilters. We have a few members
who have taught quilting classes and some who are
very advanced but we all learn something from each
other, regardless of our own skill level.
For details about any of our workshops
and meetings, check the calendar page. Feel free
to join us at meetings that may be of interest to
you; try us out. Workshops are open to the
public as space permits. You may enjoy yourself
so much you'll decide to join our group.
For more information about St. Croix
call president Sue McIver at
(207) 427-6967 Cell (207)
Breast Cancer Seatbelt Pillows|
Mary Ann is making seatbelt
pillows for breast cancer patients. If you would
like to help you can get them to Mary Ann
anytime as she goes up often. They are very much
Supplies for each pillow
2 - 7" x 4" pieces of cotton
2 3/4" x 7/8 " piece of velcro
Sew the velcro into the sides
of the pillow about halfway down then stuff with
If you'd like to make a chapter quilt label, click
the image here. There are 4 labels on a sheet;
you can either print it on paper and trace on fabric
with a fine-point, permanent Pigma pen or print
the page on paper-backed fabric sheets especially
made for printers.