About the Guelph Needlecraft Guild

2015 Open House

Monday April 27, 2015, 2-4 pm & 6-8 pm
Kortright Presbyterian Church
55 Devere Dr., Guelph

We will also have a craft book and yarn sale at the Open House.

2015 open house

2014-2015 Season

The summer newsletter includes fall class descriptions, registration form, and the calendar for the year. Registration is due by August 15. After that, classes are filled first-come, first-served.

Summer Newsletter and Fall and Winter classes, with colour photos, just under 1MB file size (5 minutes on dial-up, a second on ultra-fast).
Edit: Rev 1: Trudi has a new email.

Summer Newsletter and Fall and Winter Classes, with no photos, 550kb file size (2 seconds on dial-up, blink on ultra-fast).
Edit: Rev 1: Trudi has a new email.

Larger photos of the projects.

2014-2015 Supply List Final

2014-2015 Class Calendar

Class Display night is Monday, September 15 at 7:30 pm, at our usual meeting place (Kortright Presbyterian Church, 55 Devere Drive). Meet the teachers and see samples of the crafts we are offering this year.

The Supply List will be available on Class Display night.

There will be no meeting September 22. (Sandy and Cass will be busy processing the paperwork.)

Get Acquainted and Payment night is Monday, September 29.

About Us

The Guild is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1977.

The aim of the guild is to promote all needlecrafts, which include sewing, quilting, knitting, beading, crochet, and embroidery. We encourage enjoyment of needlecrafts by providing educational opportunities, fellowship, and exchange of experience, information and ideas. And then there are the potlucks and special guests.

Classes and meetings are held on Monday evenings from September until April. Times are 7:30 to 9:30pm at Kortright Presbyterian Church, 55 Devere Dr., Guelph, Ontario. Preregistration is required for all classes. Every class night we have a room where members can bring whatever they are working on or seek help.

Membership dues of $40 are paid each year, and sent along with course registration requests in August. Some spots are available for late registration. Contact the Education Committee.

Members also pay a fee of $8 per class night for any classes they take. Guests pay slightly more. Potlucks, general meetings, and the crafting corner are free with membership.

Watch Beve and Sandy on Inside Rogers in 2013. Many thanks to Trish and the rest of the Rogers team for inviting us.

For more information, please contact us.