Threads of Hope is an exhibition exploring our hope, longing and desire for the future of the world.The art pieces flow from one to the other with a ‘thread of hope’ connecting them, thus completing a line of artists, joining forces to improve our world.
This is the exhibit of work done by my local SAQA group that will be displayed at the White Rock Public library for the month of February.
As quilt shows are not happening for a while, I thought that some of our members might want to venture out to White Rock to see some art work in person. Each piece is unique and techniques vary.
I can mention the show in my remarks at the Feb. meeting and we can add it to our FB page with your permission.
As a group, we have given permission for quilt guilds to show the work at virtual meetings so, if time permits and Debbie or Annette are able to queue it up, we could add it to program for the Feb meeting. It is a very short presentation.
Let me know what you think.
The Feb 2021 Preemie challenge will be an animal theme. We will ask you to post in feb your quilt at our zoom guild meeting then
Parking lot get togethers on Thursday are cancelled due to Dr. Bonnie Henry’s instructions Saturday.
With the instructions given it was an easy choice to not meet going forward. We will decide after the two weeks if we will do it again.
If you have any donation quilts to be handed in, please contact Dawna Robertson or Maureen Davies.
Happy Sewing Everyone.
We are lucky to have a several of our quild quilters presenting in the Ioco Virtual Festival 2020. To hear from Brenda and Gail scroll to 1.51 min and 3.48 min for Maureen.
Please see the Saturday monthly drop-in page for new information on a virtual drop in.
Here is the link for the Inclusion Art Show
Don’t forget to email your pictures for show and tell to Debbie by Monday Sept 28.
In order to attend our zoom meeting your membership must be up to date. If you did not receive a a zoom invite from Gail and your membership has been paid please contact the Gail the quild’s secretary.
Here is the link for the short film that Bonnie mentioned in her letter.