Myla Borden prefers that people cozy up under one of her quilts to having it hang on a wall. Their colours and stories are meant to spread warmth, be used and loved, instead of passed by.
Canada’s Quilt Blog
Follow our blog for regular updates on Canada’s quilting community. We will keep you in the know about what’s new and trending. Every now and then we’ll be joined by guest bloggers, who’ll share their talents, tips and perspectives on the art of quilting.
It is very interesting to see how quilting was for so many years a part of this community, then faded, and now shines bright again, still telling stories, keeping people connected once more.
Skilled quilters from the Black settlement of Buxton, ON, created fundraising quilts like this Forget-Me-Not Block of Honor quilt, to help community members in financial distress.
Letitia Fraser’s paintings are centred around her experiences as an African Nova Scotian woman.
The work of the Social Justice Sewing Academy, and how Canadian quilters can get involved.