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September Show & Tell

Anna Cornel – Quilt made for U.K.nephew & South African wife “African Slumbers”designed by Sue Duffy. Baby, a boy, born Sept. 20th

Jean Sherwin – This is my Christmas quilt. It is paper pieced and quilted by Carol Darou

Jean Sherwin – This is my “Dear Jean”. It is hand pieced, appliqués and quilted. It was my 5year hand work project.

Jean Sherwin – This is a scrappy quilt I did for my Heart to Heart group

Louise Gour – This is a memory quilt that I’ve made for a friend who recently lost her husband. It was a challenge working with used fabrics but my friend really loved it.

Hope Bell

Hope Bell

Hope Bell

Sheila Gibson – I made 14 “Quilties” ( 24″ X 24″) for the Almonte Hospital. Every child born there gets a quiltie

Nancy Jossinet: This is a wool appliquéd wall hanging. The centre of the O is interchangeable to represent other seasons or occasions.

I joined an Alison Glass Stitch Club. Each month I get an email with descriptions of stitches, history and suggested projects. I made a pouch out of canvas and jean fabric. I embellished it with long stitches attaching more shapes and a button.

I made these tree ornaments for our fall sale. I fussy cut the fabric and embellished them with embroidery stitches.

I bought a kit with pattern and fabric at our last guild sale. Fabric was precut, sewing instructions easy to follow, backing was included. I made this for my son-in-law’s birthday gift in October. I long armed quilted it at the Pickle Dish.

Jill Nolan: this the quilt I just layered on my deck. Making for my step-daughter who is a cowgirl and rides in the Calgary Stampede and the Canadian Final Rodeo in Edmonton. A labour of love but aren’t they all.

Anita Payne: Solar Power was made for the CQA Try A Triad challenge.

Trip Around the World 2020 was made for the CQA Trend Tex challenge. Both of those are going to be in virtual quilt shows on the CQA website.

The Chinese quilt was made for the quilt exhibit at Streve that was hung just before the pandemic shut down happened.

Christine Langan: Quilt for new grandchild of a friend. Took a panel and cut the alphabet apart and sashed it

Bet Cooper: Autumn Splendor – my name for this mystery quilt by Border Creek Station. Carol Darou did an absolutely awesome job of quilting it for me, as you can see from the close-up photo which also shows the border.

Carol Darou – This quilt was inspired by a pattern called “Navajo Code Talkers”. I started working on this right after Quilt Canada last year and my first block was paying homage to a 9-patch quilt that I’m pretty sure won some awards there. I saw this border design online quite some time ago, and this was the perfect quilt to try my own version of it. 

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