Other Charitable Projects:
for the Troops
Polio Plus Quilt
Biennial Raffle Quilts
Don't forget Wednesday,
November 2nd at
1pm will be our next business meeting. Dues are $30.00 a year,
1/2 going to the Guild and 1/2 going to Our
Project Hospice. We will be passing out a sheet
with dates and Val will be filling us in on
We will be having our Business Meetings on
the 1st Wednesday of each Month at 1
pm , Workshops will be the 2nd
of each Month from 10-4 and a Chat and Sew the 3rdWednesday
of each Month from 10-4. We are looking forward
to some Great Projects ahead and completing many
Each Meeting instead of a Fabric Draw
bring something Quilt related to add to a
Basket. Tickets will be $1.00 if you bring
something for the Basket or $3.00 a ticket if
you don't to be drawn off each Meeting.
There will be a Show N Tell so remember to bring what you have made or are
Snacks will be provided.
Meetings will be held at The Woodland
Baptist Church corner of Route 1 and the South
Invite a Friend to join us as
October will start Our new year.
Please pass along as I don't have everyone's emails.
Looking Forward to seeing you,
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)
If you'd like to make a chapter quilt label, click
the here. There are 4 choices,
or PDFe for editing and
Worde for editing. 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.