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Due to a prior committment for the Woodland Baptist Church our workshop will be changed from Saturday, February 11 to Friday, February 10. Our workshop will be a choice of a Chicken Pincushion, a variety of Mug Rugs or your own project.




February Birthday Wishes

Feb 1                 Mary Ann O'Brien




Both Sides of the Border and Beyond

St. Croix International Quilters, 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 Quilters,
call president Sue McIver at
(207) 427-6967   Cell 
(207) 214-5256


We are currently meeting at the Woodland Baptist Church in Baileyville.

We have a business meeting the first Wednesday of the month at 1 pm.

On the second Saturday we have a workshop from 10 am -3 pm.

On the 3rd Wednesday we have a chat and sew where we work on our own projects. Again from 10 am - 3 pm.

Dues are $30 per year with half going to our guild and the other half to our hospice fund.We make quilts for hospice and this helps us pay for supplies and quilting.

Newcomers are welcome.
Tinner Project is Here

At the January meeting, we are going to start “Tinners”. If you wish to participate, feel free to join us.  Bring to the meeting a container(where the name comes from). In your container include the following information: size block you would like, 12 1/2, 10 1/2 etc., the block you would like, stars, flowers, buildings, variety and the background you want, white, beige, or various colors. Also include a yard of fabric that quilters can use as a guide to your preference of colours. This yard can be 1 piece or several pieces adding up to a yard. 
The tinners are moved each month to different quilters who make a block using a bit of your fabric and their own, following your wishes as to size and pattern. Do not put your name on anything and you don’t see the blocks until the end. 
At the end of the project, you will be rewarded with some great blocks and have the fun of making blocks in colours and patterns you might never do.

     If you'd like to make a chapter quilt label, click here for the format you wish to use.  PDF    PDFe    Word  Worde 

    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.

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