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5012 quilts sold, total raised so far £87,000 for Alzheimer's Scotland!

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March 2019

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY QUILT FESTIVAL

18th April – 1st May 2019   –  10 am to 4 pm  – Entry free

Shambellie House, New Abbey
Exhibition and Classes
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Kirkcudbright Gallery
Classes with Ann Hill
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Dec 2018

Breast cancer heart pillow and drainage bag covers

Clarence field Quilters autumn class list

 

Class timetable Autumn 2018

 

10 months ago
Photos from Ann Hill Quilter's post

Goodbye Benalmádena and thank you for the honour of being part of your international quilt
Show.

11 months ago

Muito lindo teus trabalhos, adorei todos

1 year ago

Classes have started again. I haven't quilted anything other than a bag for my holidays over the summer. Nice to get back to quilting. Especially with friends 🤗

1 year ago
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This is the landscape bag we will be making at the Dumfries and Galloway guild area day on Saturday 9 September at clarencefield. Will you be joining us?

2 years ago
Timeline Photos

We are celebrating Dementia week with TEA AND A BLETHER at our quilt exhibition and sale in Clarence field village hall Dumfries. We will also be raising funds by selling quilts, cushions, fabric ... See more

2 years ago

I am at the knitting and stitching show in Edinburgh for the next four days. Come and say hello. A14 I think. Quilters guild stand.

2 years ago

Thankyou for your inspiring talk today, and all the stories related to your quilts.

2 years ago
Timeline Photos

Dementia memory quilt which will be on display at the SECC in Glasgow 2-5 march.

2 years ago
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Our newest grandson. Harris Wilson Curry with Nanny and Doc. Jay and Laurence with baby brother Harris x. We are blessed.

2 years ago
Ann Hill Quilter

Another Scottish one

It's been a busy old year in the quilting world. I am patiently awaiting the arrival of a new grandchild and I have lots of shopping to do. I visited Musselburgh recently and met loads of friendly ... See more