Canadian Quilter Magazine
Our magazine is published three times a year and 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.
It's chilly outside but we've got lots of terrific inspiration to keep you cozy indoors. Make our fun and easy holiday table topper. Enjoy a fascinating look at the history of Alberta quiltmakers and their quilts or take a page from a very creative Book Club quilt challenge. Pour over the details of fabulous, low volume art quilts that evoke our current winter landscape. See how quilts influence the work of an up-and-coming Nova Scotia artist and reflect her community. Be captivated by an exhibit on the theme of diversity and inclusion and get all the details on the 2021 quilt challenges.
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A Drive-by Quilt Show
My New Year starts the same wonderful way it does every year, with friends. 2020 had barely begun and I was on my way to visit …
My inspiration to paint on a quilted background came from my grandmother, Rosella Fraser, Sr., also known as Mommay …
Twinkle Table Topper
These Wonky Stars make for a fun and easy holiday project. Suitable for novice and experienced quilters alike, it comes together quickly. It makes a wonderful …
Food, Glorious Food: A Guild Challenge with a Tasty Twist!
Eat, Love, Sew – it’s got to be the quilter’s mantra – and it was the philosophy behind the Food, Glorious Food small quilt challenge put out by…
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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.