Napanee Heritage Quilters' Guild
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Sewing strong since 1996

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Farmhouse Community Quilters

A Typical Day at the Farmhouse Community Quilters


We are very productive, and all our monthly work days are a lot of fun.  Everybody is so enthusiastic, picking through what we have of fabrics and donated "orphan blocks", and it is amazing how nice all the quilts get to be.  We get together at 10 am and work through the morning, then always have a wonderful pot luck lunch with lots of food and even more laughter.  In the afternoon the work continues, and most people take home a project or two to work on at home untill the next time.  Everybody is welcome to join us.  No expertise needed, just willingness to come and participate.  Some people prefer to bring their own sewing machines, but there are 4 machines here all the time, and anybody can use them.   Recently we have also started putting together kits of quilt tops for the members that don't have the opportunity to come out on our work days.  The kits are taken to our Heritage meetings, and we have lots of willing members taking them home and returning finished quilt tops.  Others are taking home quilts to attach and finish the binding.





Beginning in the Fall of 2009, The Farmhouse Community Quilters began the first quilting day.  We started with 5 quilters. Some of our quilt days we now have up to 14 quilters. 

Our Donations to the Community


In the 5 years since our group started, we have donated approximately 100 quilts a year to various charities. 


Some of the recipeints are:



We have also delivered quilts to victims of fire, illness and other traumas upon request.


Other charities have received quilts for raffles for their fundraising.


We consider all requests for donations, both personal and for fundraising raffles.

When We Meet


We get together once a month, usually the Tuesday after our monthly meeting, at 10am to work on quilts for various charities.  


Where We Meet

93 Kirk Road Enterprise (Stone Mills on GPS)


If you would like more information or would like to join us please contact us.

Heritage Quilter's Guild

PO Box 35

Napanee ON  K7R 3L2


info@napaneeheritagequiltersguild.com

Brynhild Hansen - "A Viking Quilter"and an active Guild Member

Check out the article on Brynhild in the April-May 2012 edition of the Scoop


farmhouse quilters will be meeting

on the following Tuesdays in 2017


January 24

February 28

March 28

April 25

May 23

June 27