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The museum has new exhibits starting this month. https://www.qfamuseum.org/

They are also offering a new educational class on wool egg class – Create a fibre egg reminiscent of the centuries-old Ukrainian tradition of painted eggs.

For more information on the class see the website https://www.qfamuseum.org/education.html

THREADS OF HOPE by the Fiber Art Network  

Dec 14 2022 – Jan 14 2023
Opening reception Saturday, December 17 from 1 – 3 pm

9201 Corbould St, Chilliwack, BC V2P 4A6

Threads of Hope’ by FAN (Fibre Art Network) is an exhibition exploring our hope, longing, and desire for the future of the world.

‘Do you long for a peaceful, harmonious society and healthy earth? Do you desire reconciliation, forgiveness, unity, healing, and balance? Do you hope for positive solutions to any of today’s issues?’

What can one person do when it comes to global issues? Is there hope or hopelessness? It is surprising what can be accomplished if we work together, join forces and play off each other – the butterfly effect.

We need to start paying attention to the world we live in. But where do we start? Can it start with something as simple as a smile? Make somebody’s day and they may make someone else’s day; by passing it forward. Or is it a matter of global awareness of an issue? Or maybe it is an attitude of caring toward strangers or a concern for the health of the earth and your own environment? Is the preponderance of disasters around the world a sign of things to come? Will it get worse or better? Are there too many things going wrong to possibly cure them all?

We challenged our members to speak regarding world issues that are meaningful to them.

These exhibition pieces will flow from one to the other with a ‘thread of hope’ connecting them. Thus, completing a line of artists, and joining forces to improve our world


A local group of fibre artists (FIBR2RT) is having a show called Tangled in Blue at the White Rock Public Library 15342 Buena Vista Ave, White Rock. It will be up from February 1-27.

We’d like to inform you of our guild show, The Festival of Quilts, June, 16th and 17th.  

Additionally, this year we’ve chosen to run a concurrent one day, workshop on Thursday, June 16, featuring Alberta’s Kim Caskey!  The workshop being presented is, “Bird of Wisdom”.

For further information, please visit our workshop website, https://lethbridgequilters.ca/fesival-of-quilts-2023-workshops/ or you can visit our Festival of Quilts website,  https://lethbridgequilters.ca/festival-of-quilts-2023/

My guild in Whitehorse (Pine Tree Quilters) is making quilts for survivors of the Residential Schools.  The quilt blocks that I won at the 2021 Loon Lake retreat have been made into one of these quilts.  We have done about 15 of them so far which is great for a guild with about 40 members.

The Christmas party this year will have no food and no free table.  Bring a gift and a strip

Virtual & In-Person Fiber Friday

Every Friday, 9:30 – 11:00 AM
Free & open to all!



Fiber Fridays are now open for both virtual and in-person participation!  The group continues to grow, with fiber artist from as far way as Mexico, Hawaii, and Kansas now joining in!  We’d love to have you join us at the Museum or online!

Fiber Friday is hosted each week on Zoom  at 9:30AM PST for one-and-a-half hour.  Zoom offers a free, easy online way to meet and share what we’re working on, chat about what’s going on in the world, check in on everyone’s welfare, and have a bit of fun!  If you’d like to receive an invitation to the virtual Fiber Fridays, send an email to amy@qfamuseum.org

Let’s play… Come in for some fun, education, hanging out with like-minded artists and more!



Holiday Open House

Saturday, December 3, 2022, 11am-5pm

Holiday decorations, hot cider & cookies,

and a Make-&-Take activity!

Free and open to all!


Our Voices in Fiber: 

African American Quilters Today.

Torreah “Cookie” Washington, Curator

November 30, 2022 – February 26, 2023


Scandinavian Stitches

Traditional Hardanger Embroidery

Carla Schultz-Parks, Curator

December 7, 2022 – January 22, 2023

The registration form is now posted under Retreat page.

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