Other Charitable Projects:
for the Troops
Polio Plus Quilt
Biennial Raffle Quilts
2014 2012 2010
2008 2006 2004
Don't Forget to Get Your
St. Croix Quilters
Quilt Show a Huge Success
(Additional quilt show picutres will be posted
Well over 500 people visited our biennial Quilt
Show, "Strolling Along," held on September 23 and
24, 2016 at the Congregational Church in Calais.
Thanks to the organizational skills of chairman,
Lynda Duplissea, who led fellow member-volunteers in
all aspects of tasks, compliments flowed through the
sanctuary, fellowship room, and vendor area
The winner of the raffle quilt,
"Scrappy Mountains Majesty" (designed by Bonnie K.
Hunter) to benefit Ronald McDonald Charities in both
Maine and New Brunswick was Heather Ross from Red
Jane Eaton won the quilters'
challenge, "Mountain Stroll."
The winner of the "Quilts of Valor" Block Challenge
was Lindy Hatt (left) of Alexander, who made 76
patriotic quilt blocks. Her prize (provided by
various show sponsors) was presented by Quilt Show
Chair, Lynda Duplissea.
Both Sides of the Border and Beyond
Croix International Quilters' Guild was organized
in 1982 and currently has over 80 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. 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
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