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Yorkshire Rose Quliters Guild of Toronto

ABOUT US




The Yorkshire Rose Quilters' Guild of Toronto was established 1989 by Lucy Anne Holliday who remains an honorary member of todays' Guild. 

Today, our Guild is a vibrant part of the culture in East York, a suburb of Toronto.  Amongst our approximately 100 members, we represent a thriving community of quilters with traditional & modern quilt interests.  The Guild's vision remains to "Inspire, Educate and Share" , & we meet monthly to fulfill this mission. 

The Guild also champions a strong Outreach Program where members donate materials & their talents  to create beautiful placemats, lap & baby quilts as well as other various projects for those in need within our community. 

If you would like to become a member or our Guild, attend a meeting as a guest, or simply learn more about us, please send us a comments through the blog portal. 






5 comments:

  1. I loved the show on Saturday and was looking for Joyce Forsyth whom I met at Grace Church in the summer. I bought too many things and need a place for them! Who won the machine? Looking forward to joining you ladies in October. Thanks Susan

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  2. Hi, I'm Farah and new in Canada. I want to join your guild. Plz let me know the details. Thankyou.

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  3. Hi Farah. Come on out to our meeting on Wednesday night (January 9) at Danforth Mennonite Church, 2174 Danforth Avenue. Our meeting starts at 7pm. You can talk to the people at the front desk about joining us.

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  4. Are there any in-person meetings planned for fall 2021? Just wondering...

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