a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine

Serving Eastern Washington County Maine and Western Charlotte County New Brunswick
We are connected by a river, a bridge, and a shared love of quilting.

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Wee Chickadee

Other Charitable Projects:

Greenland Point Quilt

Pillowcases for the Troops

Polio Plus Quilt

Calais Bicentennial Quilt

  2009   2008   2007   2006

Biennial Raffle Quilts
 2004 to Current  


So Exciting

Mark your Calendar

We will be having a re-organizational business meeting

On Sept 7th at 1pm

Tentatively to be held at the Methodist Homes Rec Hall

Backup site will be announced

All members welcome!!!



Here is Liz Trouant's Stash Buster.


We will be waiting until we meet again for membership renewal!!

Both Sides of the Border and Beyond

St. Croix International Quilters, a chapter of Pine Tree Quilters Guild of Maine, 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

What's New!!

Breast Cancer Seatbelt Pillows

Mary Ann is making seatbelt pillows for breast cancer patients. If you would like to help you can get them to Mary Ann anytime as she goes up often. They are very much appreciated. 

Supplies for each pillow

2 - 7" x 4" pieces of cotton

2 3/4" x 7/8 " piece of velcro

Sew the velcro into the sides of the pillow about halfway down then stuff with regular polyfill.


If you'd like to make a chapter quilt label, click the image here.  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.

Site Last Updated: Friday July 22, 2022