Register to attend on March 20: rcqg.square.site
Registration will close at 5 pm Eastern Time on Friday, March 19 so we can prepare for the big event.
See below for more details about the event, including the schedule of presentations, demonstrations and workshops.
For quilters who yearn for a bit of social sewing, our International Quilting Day celebration will include numerous breakout rooms for exactly that purpose. Please visit rcqg.square.site to register for the International Quilting Day main event. It is free for members of RCQG and YHQG. Guests may join us for $20.
Presentations, Demonstrations and Workshops
Are you looking to learn a new skill or polish a technique? We have 17 talented members from both guilds who will be sharing some of their favourite projects and techniques in 13 different sessions. Make yourself a cuppa and have a look at the schedule of sessions.
How to sign up for presentations, demos and workshops :
- Visit rcqg.square.site
- Register for the International Quilting Day Main Event, if you haven’t already. Registration will close at 5 pm Eastern Time on Friday, March 19.
- Then, sign-up for any of the presentations, demonstrations, or workshops that interest you. Several have capacity limits so don’t dally.
- Check out!
- Tuck your order confirmation in a safe place so you can review it on the big day.
Preparing for the Day
All attendees should ensure they have the latest Zoom updates installed and that they know how to navigate between breakout rooms.
Some sessions have pre-class prep requirements so you can spend your time sewing! You can download pre-class prep info here:
Unusual Paper Piecing - Raccoon block - This session has two handouts: . If you are attending this session, please be certain to print the template. If you wish, you can transfer the template to some of your fabric.
How to participate in the Virtual Quilt Show
RCQG and York Heritage Quilters Guild are co-hosting a virtual celebration of International Quilting Day on Saturday, March 20. Some of those attending International Quilting Day have submitted quilts for our Virtual Quilt Show.
We are showcasing the work quilters completed during the COVID-19 quarantine. Their quilts may have been started at any time, but they have been finished over the last year.
To contact us with questions about the quilt show, please email Deb (from YHQG) at IQDQuiltShow@gmail.com