I think we all need this on our sewing room walls! Spotted this fabric panel at Quilter's Quest Fabric and Quilt Shoppe, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland in November, 2022.

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Sew and Share: November 2022


MOOSE placemat made by Carole for her husband's birthday. Carole designed the image using an image in a magazine as inspiration.

Queen size quilt made by Bea for her daughter. The block is by Kaffe.

9 PATCH EXCHANGE made by Jill from the Guild's recent exchange challenge. 
It is queen size. 

HEROS, a baby size quilt made by Ann for a new baby whose Dad is a fire fighter. 

Sew and Share: October 2022


Block Name is Puss in the Corner and she made this quilt "just because" she wanted to. 

Queen size

A variety of placemats made by Carole for "6 1/2 year old twins."

PIXELED HEART designed and made by Kim.
Kim made this memory quilt in a throw size.

Made by Carolyn

JACK'S CHAIN by Isabella
A twine size quilt she started at a quilt retreat 6 to 7 years ago.

NINE PATCH (3") ON POINT by Isabella
She made this twin size quilt because she had lots of left over nine patches. 
Note the single patches forming the border of this quilt.

IMPROV STAR designed and made by Isabella
This queen size quilt was made from a donation of mask fabric pieces.

 Be sure to join us on Wednesday November 10th 2021 when The Yorkshire Rose Quilters’ Guild of Toronto presents Helen Godden from Canberra, Australia on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 as she presents Top 10 Art Quilt Techniques. 

“… grab a cuppa tea as I share my favourite techniques that I use to create my art quilts. I discuss painting with acrylic on fabric, my easy ways to paint with dye & salt, and my "secret squirrel" technique of painting with bleach. I share how I designed the yarn couching foot and how I physically manage my current passion to quilt BIG! I probably share too much including my shoe size!”

Be sure to join us in April!!!!

We are excited to have Shirley Dawson as our speaker for our Yorkshire Rose April 14th Guild Meeting.  

Shirley is a lifelong maker and teacher. After graduating from Sheridan College in Fashion Technique and Design, she started her career in the the textile industry. She has spent her many years in this field designing and creating clothing, quilts and whatever other fabric object that attracts her attention.  Working with wool and hand applique is just one of her current creative outlets.   


Please join us for a day of sewing and socializing as we celebrate the joys of quilting. 

There will be give a-ways throughout the day as well as our Mystery Block competition.  

Watch for your Zoom meeting invite prior to the event. 


February Sew n Share

Here are the inspiring quilts from our February Sew n Share.