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Yorkshire Rose Quliters Guild of Toronto

Monday, 22 April 2019

Sew and Share April 2019

Gail shared her Strip Quilt. She had made it for her nephew, but liked it too much, so she's keeping it for herself:
 
Irena showed her wall quilt, Pictures, which she designed using prints from framed pictures.

Irena also shared her quilt, Giraffs #2, a follow up from her other giraff quilt, this time with flowers.


Teri showed a baby quilt that she designed and made for a mom-to-be of a friend.


Teri also shared her quilt, Musical Waves, which she designed using Grunge fabrics that she bought at a quilt show in Indiana.


Anne showed her twin quilt, Flower Glass, from Missouri Star. It was machine quilted by Tella.

Tella shared her quilt, We are the People! She designed and made this quilt for a die-hard Glasgow Rangers fan for a 60th birthday.


Carole showed her lap quilt, Let's Go Sailing, made from the sailing block for a church bazaar.


Anne shared her lap quilt, which she made as a sample for her HST class.


Anne also showed her HST quilt, Dream.


Helen shared 2 twin quilts from Bargello, one for herself and one for her daughter. 


Helen also showed a baby quilt, Elephants, made for the Comfort Quilts.


Carole shared a half-square triangle placemat that she made in Anne's HST class.


June showed her quilt, Bits & Pieces, a traditional HST design, that she made with pieces found on the free table.


Debbie shared her wall quilt, Homecoming, from a Shania Sunga. Debbie saw it at the quilt show and liked it, so Clara gave her the kit.


Alison showed her HST wall quilt.


Monday, 8 April 2019

April's Meeting: Wednesday April 10

Come out to our meeting this Wednesday to hear our speaker, Alice Olsen Williams. She is an Anishinaabe quilter, teacher and artist. She has been Artist in Residence at Trent University and has worked with community quilters to assemble the "Where Are the Children? Healing from the Legacy of Residential Schools" quilt made in Red Lake, Ontario, and the "Sisters in Spirit Quilt" for the Native Women's Association of Canada. Alice has recently completed a project with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Wednesday!

Location: Danforth Mennonite Church, 2174 Danforth Avenue
When: Doors open for socializing at 7:00pm; Guild meeting starts at 7:30pm