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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

 

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

1 year 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 🤗

2 years 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
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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