Canadian Quilter Magazine

Our quarterly magazine celebrates the rich talent of Canada’s creative quilting culture. We feature all genres and their makers, while fostering the passions and preserving the traditions of our vibrant quilt-making community. Current and back issues of Canadian Quilter are available at a cost of $12.99 each.

Spring 2020

The spring issue of Canadian Quilter is full of quilty goodness. The CQA/ACC Mystery Quilt is solved and quilts are revealed. Enjoy almost ten pages of inspiring, empowering quilts from our readers—all include text as an element. Learn (and understand!) which quilts to sew with polyester thread and which to sew with rayon. Best of all, this issue hosts three different projects for all quilting levels—including youth.


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Browse Articles From This Edition

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Carving a Collection

The fall of 2020 will mark 40 years since I made my first quilt. I knew the recipient of the quilt – my son, Scott – would change my life. What I …

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Giving and Caring Through Quilting

Across the country, Canada’s sesquicentennial saw great numbers of community initiatives. Indeed, one of the federal government’s goals for Canada’s …

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Shimmering Star

Finished size: 16″ x 48″ This table runner is generous in size and will work well in directional or non-directional fabrics. The runner is perfect for…

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Thread Tips for Postcards

Quilting and thread belong together – they are inseparable. These two elements will steal centre stage when given a chance. The Canadian Quilters’ …


Submit Your Quilt Story

Have a story about interesting makers or groups who shape the culture of Canada’s quilting community? We invite authors and designers to submit articles of interest and stories that centre on the five Qs: quilts, quilting, quilters, quilt guilds and quilt events. Information and stories about fibre artists and fibre art are also welcome. To submit material for upcoming issues — both articles and patterns — contact our Editor, Marie Cheesman.