Cataraqui Guild of Needle Arts Upcoming Events


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Ongoing Nov. 17: Tapestry of Spirit: The Torah Stitch by Stitch Project.
Museum of Canada, 55 Centre St., Toronto,
(11 am
5 pm). Almost 1500 volunteers from 28 countries representing many faiths stitched the nearly 1000 panels in three languages (Hebrew, Greek and Arabic). Admission: $15 ($10 for seniors). For more info, visit


October 5: Needle Arts Fair 2019
Save the date for the Cataraqui Guild of Needle Arts' "Needle Arts Fair 2019". More information available at this website. Hope to see you there.

October 12, 13, 14, 19,20: A Stitch in Time
The Bath Museum in Bath, Ontario, is pleased to present "A Stitch in Time", a special exhibition featuring Bath's own Bicentennial Quilt, and quilts from members of the Bath community. The Bicentennial Quilt was finished in 1985 by Bath residents including several former Kingston Heirloom Quilters: Doris Waddell, Shirley Fairbanks, Arlene Cooper, and the late Mildred Hunter. The Bath Museum is located on 434 Main Street, Bath, ON. Hours are 10am - 4pm.Visit,

October 17 19, 2019: Creativ Festival
International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga.
Admission : $16 per day ($14 for seniors), $30 for 3-day pass. For more info, visit

October 25: Wool n'Stuff Market
The Opinicon Resort presents the 2019 Wool n'Stuff Market, Oct 25th, 12pm to 8pm, 1697 Chaffeys Lock Rd, Elgin, ON. Admission free with a donation to Rideau Lakes Public Libaray. Show venors include Akara Yarns, Altered Skeins, Asleep at the Wheel Pottery, Hewephoria, Je Laine, The Knitting Basket, Lake Knit Yarns, Like A Fox Woolery, Pretty Strings, Shirley Brian Yarn, Yarns Aplenty, The Wooly Dandy.

October 26: A Harvest of Quilts
The Trinity Quilters of Verona present "A Harvest of Quilts" at Trinity United Church, 6689 Road 38, Verona, ON, on Oct 26 from 9am to 3pm, featuring traditional & modern works by local Fibre Artist, Beth Abbott. Her display is called "Not your Grandmother's Quilts". Admission is $5. This show will display handmade and machine made quilts and quilted items. There will be demonstrations, boutique items made by quilt members, and raffle tickets for purchase on site. Local vendors include: Wilton Creek Fabrics, Jo of the Woods, Sole Photo Cards, and Ewe Can Knit. There will also be demonstrations by Quilts of Valour, Farmhouse C.Q., Victoria Quilts and the Rug Hookers from Harrowsmith. Lunch and refreshments are available at an additional cost. For more information, please email trinityquiltshow at or contact Angie @ 613-374-3711.

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Last modified by dhh: October 11, 2019