Canberra Quilters Inc is the oldest patchwork group in Australia. Founded in 1976 by Margaret Rolfe, it began life as ‘The Patchwork Group’. This fledgling group, which met in members’ homes, has grown steadily and now enjoys a membership of several hundred and its own premises at Cook Community Hub.
Canberra Quilters Inc. offers a wide range of services for it’s members, these include but are not limited to; Monthly Guild Meetings Workshops and training opportunities Special interest groups Annual Members quilt retreat If you would like to know more
Canberra Quilters conduct several meetings throughout the month. These are generally held on a regular schedule but do check the calendar for any variations which may occur from time to time due to Exhibition demands, public holidays and maintenance. Evening
Canberra Quilters has a wide and varied membership body and encourages new members of all generations, interest areas and levels of experience. Membership offers many benefits, including access to our extensive library, use of the room and equipment at our
The evening meeting will be held this Thursday, 3 September, 7pm for a 7.30pm start, in the Cook Community Hub Hall. This is a more formal meeting than some of the daytime meetings. This is the night that awards and prizes from
Quilts for Others (QFO) is having a working bee this Saturday, 29 August in the CQ room. It runs from 10am to 2.30pm. The normal cycle of QFO working bees on the second Tuesday of the month will resume in
One of our sponsors, Endangered Heritage, is holding a second Medieval Illumination workshop with Gemma Black, as the first one filled so rapidly. Although designed for paper, this could be adapted to work on fabric. Details: Endangered Heritage Pty Ltd