Yorkshire Rose Quliters Guild of Toronto

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Sew and Share at the October Meeting

Our Sew and Share this month started with two completed Canada 150 quilts from last year's BOM.

One from Shirley:

And one from Isabella:

Tella shared a beautiful quilt, Memories of Nunno, that she designed from the fabric from her father-in-law's shirts:

Nadine has been busy making neck pillows:

Suzanne made two whimsical wall quilts that have yet to be named but were started in Al Cote's summer course:

Carole P. shared a beautiful memorial wall quilt that she designed based on her husband's company logo:

Coral shared an Indian whole cloth quilt that she bought in Hill Town near Jaipur that was hand quilted by a local crafter:

Coral was also busy quilting up abstract art pieces that she worked on in Al Cote's summer course. Coral used paint, ink, machine stitching, and embellishment with beads, Paverpol, and Tyvek:

Carole T. shared My Canada, her own pattern that she adapted from a newspaper ad:

Carolyn used the Piece O'Cake pattern to create her Whimsical Garden wall quilt:

Helen shared a mini quilt of a yurt made by a Mongolian Quilting Guild that she purchased on holidays:

Sherri showed her new Kimono that she made from Shirley Dawson's design at Fabric Spark:

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