Quilt Show 2022
Thanks to all the quilters, artists who exhibited quilts at the show!
Thanks to the organizers and volunteers for their hard work!
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of our Guild
The Orchard Valley Quilters Guild meets every Tuesday morning from 9 a.m. to noon from September through May at the Okanagan Mission Hall (corner of Lakeshore and DeHart) in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Click here for map.
Our meetings provide members with friendship, support, inspiration and encouragement. We welcome quilters and fabric artists of all levels of expertise. Our members practice traditional, modern, hand, machine, and art quilting. Meetings are a great place to learn, socialize and exchange ideas.
Guests and new members are always welcome.
May 31 2022 Thank you to all members that showed their first quilt!
What a fun wind up meeting! It is great to see so many new members!
See all in the Show and Tell page
Have a great summer! See you in September!
Summer Challenge 2022
The MODley Crew is proposing this challenge to all members for the summer 2022
Here is the lin to the tutorial
See details in the Summer Challenge Page
Guild Program Activity Survey for 2022
Help build an exciting new year 2022-2023
Click here for the link (look for the file below the photo!)
A friend is looking for someone who can sew a dress for her without a pattern from scratch. She has purchased the fabric and the zipper already, thinking I would do it for her.
Unfortunately, I’m not able to sew without a pattern, nor do I have the time.
If you could do that or if you know someone who could do that for her, please let me know.
Thanking everyone in advance.
Rotary Art Centre Showcase:
Great work by Karen Blumel, Maureen Clayton, Faye Polhammer and Gwen who collected the artwork and quilts from the members of the Guild at the beginning of February!
The display cases at the Rotary Art Centre have been filled and beautifully display the work of many members of our Guild!
Hope all our members will be able to visit the displays ! New works will be displayed in April and May! Thanks to Karen for the photos!
Canadian Women's Foundation
The social isolation measures necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic are making it more difficult for those who are at risk of abuse or violence to safely reach out for help.
Follow this link to find our more about the organisation