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Boundary Bay Quilters’ Guild Mission Statement

Our guild aims to provide opportunities which encourage our members in their love of quilting through workshops, demonstrations, guest speakers and small groups. We hope to inspire creativity, learning and friendships among our members; also to provide outreach where help is needed in the community.





Our next meeting is:

Tuesday June 19th 7pm

Doors open at 6:30

Guests always Welcome - Fee $5.00



  • Guild Buisness
  • Show & Tell
  • Join us for tea & coffee during the break!
  • Strawberry Social





  • 2017/18 Membership card, please present your membership card when you sign in.
  • Show & Tell
  • Cheque book, cash or credit card for workshop registrations
  • $$$ for 50/50 draw
  • Library Books
  • Name Tag
  • Coffee/Tea mugs
  • Charity Quilts – Quilts of Valour, Comfort and Baby Quilts & Toques
  • Notebook and pen/pencil
  • DOVE Cloth bag donation




Sacred Heart Catholic Church
3900 Arthur Drive, Ladner, BC

Cruise to the Parksville Quilt Show

Our next trip will be to the Parksville Quilt House Quilters' Guild Show "BeDazzled" on Friday, June 22. We will leave the Tsawwassen ferry terminal on the 7:45 am sailing to Duke Point and return on the 5:45 pm sailing back to Tsawwassen.

The cost for this trip is $50 for the bus and discounted ferry fare. This looks like an terrific show - 300 quilts, 16 vendors, 5 trunk shows, daily door prizes, etc. When I attended a few years ago, their guild boutique was awesome and this year they've added a beer and wine bar!

If you have any questions, please contact Dawn Fielden at 604-948-0692 or


Comfort Quilts


As part of our community service involvement, members of Boundary Bay Quilters’ Guild participate in making lap size quilts which are given to the BC Cancer Agency – Surrey Memorial Hospital location. Volunteers working with patients then distribute the quilts on a random basis to people undergoing treatment.

Guild members make the quilts using their own supplies and on whatever time frame they are able to work with. They are then brought to our monthly guild meeting then passed along to our contact person at the agency.

We have received feedback from the agency as well as patients who have let us know how much receiving these quilts has helped and comforted them in their journey to feeling better.

The quilts should be approximately 48” X 59”. The guild has some batting available. We also have guild labels to sew on the back of the quilts.

Thank you to all the guild members that have been able to help with this endeavour….

your generosity really has made a difference in someone’s life.

If you have any questions please contact Patti






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