Canadian Quilter Spring 2021

October 4, 2021

Welcome spring! Enjoy a fascinating look at the history of the quilting community in North Buxton, ON, a northern terminus for the Underground Railroad and planned settlement for fugitive slaves. See how the Fraser Valley Modern Quilt Guild celebrated 10 years with a virtual retreat, and how a retired teacher shared her love of quilting with not one but seven young makers, sponsoring them for the Youth Challenge.

Learn how two long-time friends connected to create a touching tribute in the face of a Nova Scotia tragedy, and see how PreQuilt helps you visualize your quilting projects and a myriad of colour options long before the first cut is made into your fabric. And easy ‘no Y seam’ hexies make up into a charming throw filled with colourful blossoms.

Cover Quilt: Love Entwined: 1790 Marriage Coverlet by Barbara Baker, winner of the award for Excellence in Workmanship for Appliqué in the 2018 National Juried Show.

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Quilt Canada July 19-22, 2023

Quilt Canada July 19-22, 2023

Quilt Canada July 19-22, 2023 in Edmonton, Alberta