How to sew a quilt for beginners with Soo Quilts for Kids!

    Some of the gorgeous finished products.

    Are you a young mother interested in learning basic quilting skills?

    Come and join ‘Quilts for Kids’ for a four week ‘learn to quilt’ free program.

    Interested in learning basic sewing/quilting skills, but have no one to teach you?

    Quilts for Kids is running a 4 week program for young mothers who are interested in learning basic sewing skills.

    Experienced quilters will be available tot each skills, at the pace you need.

    You will learn the basic skills of how to use a sewing machine, various sewing techniques,a and learn to quilt at the same time.

    The quilt kit is pre-cut with easy to follow instructions, and lots of quilters on hand to help out.

    The goal is to complete a baby sized quilt for you to take home, and, if time permits, you may make one to donate in the community.

    No sewing experience required. Anyone is welcome.

    When? 4 Wednesdays beginning April 25th from 10am-2pm, refreshments provided.

    Where? Held at Emmaus Church Basement, 1643 Wellington St. E. in front of the old Sir James Dunn high school.

    Register by phone 705-759-6658 or e-mail:


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    Riley Smith is an enthusiastic and versatile critical thinker who has been with SaultOnline since January 2018. She holds a double Honours Degree in History and Political Science from Algoma University, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Public Relations and Event Management from Sault College. In addition to obtaining her Google Marketing Fundamentals certification, she is also working towards a Certificate in Diversity and Intercultural Relations. She has hands-on experience in social media marketing, media relations, public relations and news writing, event planning, and stakeholder relations, developed through experience as the First Nations and Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator for the Missanabie Cree First Nation. When she's not reporting, you can find her reading, working out, spending time with her basset hound, Douggie, or seeing the world, one breathtaking view at a time.