Janet made jammies
and an I SPY quilt for her granddaugher
Judy made a lovely Victoria Quilt
Brenda was patriotic
Jill bought this top at our show and finished it up beautifully!
Sally made a Gypsy Quilt, quilted by Sue
and bound this for her niece's wedding gift. top made by Andrea, quilted byJILL
Joan made this Shadow Box, quilted by Jill
Norma put this beautiful log cabin together, a kit from Connecting
Threads, quilted by Sue
Heather made this beauty, love the feet!
and this all ready for Valentines Day
This is Kim's third Tree Skirt
Kelly made this, a Jenny Doan Pattern
and pieced the back
Brenda, Linda, Karen, Helen get together every week
to make Victoria Quilts
This one is going to a special friend.
Diane designed this after taking a class from Brenda.
Kathy made some cute neonatal quilts.
Pat did some paper piecing. she says Never Again!
Denise is using up her fabrics to great effect!
Janet quilts with some seniors at Shannex and they hand quilt
for the neonatal babies
Sue made this baby quilt for a friend's first great grandbaby
and Sue also made Marguerita!
last month a call was put out to come quilt on this beauty that Mitzi made
years ago. thanks to our lovely members, it was finished for this meeting.
Brenda and Janet met a lady at Fabricville who wanted to help with Victoria Quilts.
she is not able to meet with the group but donated all these tops.
People are good!
February is our Neonatal Month. we have such generous members. this year we collected
70 Neonatal quilts, as well as 3 baby size quilts, 24 hearts, and 7 tini little knitted hats.
THANK YOU ALL SO VERY MUCH!
Libby did a great job on the program which was all about Redwork!
there were some great examples brought it.
this one was made in 1915 and has come through Sally's family.
this has been very well preserved.
an even earlier one from 1912, from Ann's family had been loved
and is quite fragile
a more recent one, I think made by Joan.
these blocks were made by Andrea and put together by Carol
who made it reversible.
Andrea also made these sweet blocks
this also is a recent one made by Libby. Is it called Bluework or Redwork ?
Traditonally even through a different colour may have been used, it
was still called Redwork!
this was done by Brenda
another by Libby, not yet quilted
I think done by machine as well.
Well done Libby. A very interesting program and very apreciated. Handwork
is alive and well in our Guild. Altho some of these were done by machine.
Mary's African Quilt
notice the hills are woven
for lucky twin grandchildren
Suzanne did a bit of applique on this beauty
Brenda will do a class on this technique
Victoria Quilts using orphan blocks
Carol made all these tiny Dresden Plates
Raffle Quilt for playground - members made blocks - Sue quilted
I think this was a christmas gift for Brenda
Hand pieced hexigons, machine quilted with straight lines by Sue
Sue was given vintage Dresden Plates
some winners from the 2017 show, sorry Mary, yours was behind these and I forgot to take a picture.
December - Supper at St. Mark's
thanks to the Program Committee for such a fun night.
such a good response to our Placemat Challenge. They will be donated to the Food Basket to add a little cheer to the Christmas Baskets.
Janet's Show & Tell
Joyce hand quilted this little beauty
Dodie used up all her Oriental Fabric
made it reversible
Mary with, I think her 3rd quilt using African fabrics
Joanne got her President's Mystery Guild finished
the "Bag" ladies. Thanks Marilyn for a fun class
I think this is Linda's ?
Libby was proud to show her Enchanted Stars and Snowmen quilts
Barb made this lovely tree
and here is Kathryn with her first quilt, Beginner's Class with Ann.
Diane made Canada quilts for Christmas gifts
Brenda finished her Cat Strippy quilt and her lighthouse for Christmas gifts
and her Enchanted Stars from class
Shirley made this beauty
Kathy made strippy quilts with Cats for gifts
and this Evening Star from class
Heather challenged herself with a Panel centre
Kathy also made this for her parents
Victoria Quilt display
Heather wearing her tree skirt. Looks pretty good!
Diane 3rd Place
Joanne 2nd Place
Sue 1st Place
girls having fun playing our wrapped potato game!!
November Meeting 2017
Brenda's two original designs, each framed in part of a lobster trap
Ashley, a new member, with the quilt she made for her young son
Sandra's autumn quilt
These two made by Martha Eaton and donated to VQ
Valerie finished her disappearing nine patch started at a retreat last year
Valerie and Sandra worked together on this VQ throw.
Karen, Linda and Brenda show off two more quilts for VQ
The yellow one is a mystery quilt from the past
Judy's version of one small section of a famous tapestry
Jill made this from fabric purchased at this year's show
Another of Jill's - the recipient likes cardinals
Jill says it will be a Christmas present
One of several table runners being made by Barb
Another Christmas present made by Barb
Denise finished this machine applique started in a class
Libby made this for a grandson who likes trucks
Libby's Christmas panel
Barb's second quilt made for VQ from this fabric line
Maxine's quilt made in the beginner class
Sally likes all things nautical
Even the background supports the theme
Sally found a wonderful bargain at an auction
Hand quilted by Sandra - showing her Irish roots
October Meeting 2017
Sept Meeting - Show & Tell
she said this was a kit from Connecting Threads
May Meeting - Show & Tell
for a wedding gift. She also quilted it with beautiful hearts.
of what is coming up. So exciting......
Meeting April 2017
Show & Tell
Sande Gunning of River Gallery came
A long line of quilt tops made for the Big Bee at Quilt Canada in June in Toronto.
We made blocks and Janet, our President sewed them into 16 quilt tops.
Way to go Girls!!
for Pat's grandson
Norma made a pillow from Celtic Class
Catherine finished her Textured Landscape from Juliet's Class
Dodie used a Stonehenge Panel to made a lovely runner and matching placemats
Mary pieced this in Arizona for Victoria's Quilts
Janet made a new hanging
and a pillow from the Celtic class
These are wool blocks made by AnnaMarie -
BOM from Sande
stockings hung on the chimney with care, by Janet
President's Mystery Quilt Challenge - WTO girls
they all look so different yet the same pattern!
Gerry's owls and
this adorable Polar Bear..
Brenda made up a new way of doing a "faux" Stained Glass
AnnaMarie made a Victoria's Quilt with found stars
Avis finished up her hanging from Juliet's class
Sandra made slippers
Ann has twin grandson's...
Linda, Helen, and Brenda with donations they made for Victoria's Quilts.
Pat with her finished Sunset - Slow Stitch Class with Karen Henry
another Victoria Quilt by Janet C.
Tiny tree by Dodie
neo natal donations, we received 39!
President's Mystery Quilt 1
One Metre Fabric Challange..
47 Items were made
Most Creative Use of Fabric - Diane
AND - Best in Show #2
Best Creation using full amount of Fabric. Ann
Most practical Item - Kim
Brenda Greenlaw - Most Humorous
Best Use of Embellishment - Carol
Best Smallest using every fabric, no additional fabric - Juliet
Best in Show #3
Best in Show #1
Show & Tell
quilt for Mary's son
and her daughter - Mary was a busy girl!
I thnk thats Kim and Lynn behind those trees
Kim's gift for her sister...
from the Woven Runner Class... great job girls
Brenda will be teaching this at Quilt Atlantic
Gerry's christmas runner
for AnnaMarie's granddaughter
Valerie's church does prayer quilts.. Lovely idea!
One of our newer members, Gayle with her Beginner's Quilt.
and just look at the back!
Another new member, BettyAnn, hand quilted by the Calico Quilters
a Victoria Quilt
Pat got this gem for Christmas - ornamental only
she also made these swaddling blankets, as well as bids, and burp pads
what Victoria Quilt girls do with Orphan Blocks
way to go girls !
Christmas Dinner 2016
Sue's crazy quilt
Kim's Friendship Christmas Quilt
Pearl's christmas quilt, finished by Sue.
Barb used the strips she won at a meeting
Kathleen loves brights
Dodie made this for her daughter
Brenda D. made this in her Beyond Beginners Class
let's play Quilt Pictionary !
can you guess from the clues...
Napkin winner #3 - Gail
Winner #2 - Janet C
Winner #1 - Janet McL
NOVEMBER Show & Tell
Quilt for Nadine....by Members
quite the pose Ann !
talking about a special foot for binding
Elizabeth with her machine embroidery
and another one
Bonnie with her tree
and floral piece
Barb found some UFO's hiding in the closet
machine quilting class, well done Pat
a swaddling cloth
Marilyn's gorgeous star quilt
Anne's beginner class quilt
Andrea made an ornament
and a bag for VQ
and a quilt top for VQ
Carol's piece for the Imperial
Katheleen made a tuffet !
Janet & Mitzi did a crayon workshop with Lynn
Linda was busy
Top finished for Harbour Lights
thanks to Brenda, Juliet, Andrea, Sue, Lynn, AnnaMarie, and Mary for blocks
small hearts for neonatal
October Show & Tell 2016
SHOW & TELL
Janet with her dyed fabric from Juliet's Class
Mary with fabric from Juliet's dying class.
Carol's baby quilt... gorgeous
Carol's kaleidoscope quilt.
Janet has been busy all summer making quilt tops for Victoria's Quilts
Way to go, Janet !
Nola with her Dragonfly by Brenda Dunsmore's Stained Glass Class
Nola's baby quilt
and number 3.
June Pot Luck
Show & Tell
Andrea with her musical selvage bag.
Carol Lee with her bag
Kathy with her Strippy Quilt
Karen and Nancy with their stained glass projects
love this one.
Ruth's Tube Quilt
and another one
Calico Quilters with Black and White Dresden Plate Quilt started by Phyllis Darling
Brenda with her crazy patch or crumb bed runner
Elizabeth with clothesline baskets
Andrea with her Tube Quilt - a donation to VQ
an interview with our own Riel Nason
Author of Modern Selvage Quilting
raffle quilt to raise funds for Victoria's Quilts..
SHOW & TELL
March Show & Tell 1026
- Raffle Quilt
Sue made this for a friend who was retiring. Notes were written at her party.
JANUARY 2016 Show & Tell
DECEMBER SUPPER SHOW & TELL
Wool Applique and Pillow - Sue
neo natal quilts on left.. by Sue and Norma
JUNE SHOW & TELL
and Pot Luck
Great job everyone. We had a lovely closing Pot Luck Supper... Bingo was so much fun and we collected over 80 bingo blocks to be made into Victoria Quilts. Way to go girls..... Happy Summer..
APRIL SHOW & TELL
Our Beautiful RAFFLE QUILT..... all blocks made by our wonderful members..... Proceeds to local charities....
March Show & Tell
February Show & Tell 2015
January Show & Tell 2015
Janet and friends from the Senior's complex hand quilted this sweet panel for the Neonatal ward at the Saint John Hospital.
Show & Tell October 2014
Challenge Blogs - had to have a bird.......
May Show & Tell 2014
Jean and her entourage showing what Jean has accomplished for Victoria's Quilts this winter while in Florida.....
April Show & Tell
February 2014 Meeting
boats by Diane, a friendship quilt from 1997.
January 2014 Meeting
December Christmas Supper
and Show and Tell
The Christmas Quilts made our space very festive,
the Manger Scene is Vi's, the log cabin wreath belongs to Ann from years ago, the HO, HO, HO is Elizabeth's and i can't remember who made the Yo Yo Wreath.
This is a friendship quilt made by Vi.
Ann was inspired to make this beautiful tablecloth.
this is a friendship Row Robin by Sue
another one by Sue
these small beauties are by Andrea
Snowmen BOM by Sue
Riel used scraps from last year's quilt
and it seems she is hooked on one block wonder. the fabric on the border is what has made those so interesting blocks.
Vi's jewelry from our Class
We had a great response to our Ornament Challenge. They will all be donated to a local Senior's Residence.
lst place - Suzanne Tibeau # 31
2nd place - Joyce Curran # 14
3rd place - Sue McEachern # 36
have fun finding them on the boards.
Annamarie made a 10 minute block quilt as a Christmas gift for her sister.
Pat also was busy making a lucky someone a present.
Dodie finished piecing a top for the Nawigiwauk Seniors to use as a Raffle Quilt.
Elizabeth added some machine embroidery to her HO, HO, HO
Marjorie made a runner.
Mary is also busy making Christmas gifts.
from our Hip to be Square Class
Lynn's sister made this lovely Christmas quilt for their mother.
Linda has been busy making owls...
another one of Tina's BOM finished.
a lovely Friendship Star
Joanne did alot of paper piecing.
Show & Tell November Meeting
Jean finished the hand quilting on her hand appliqued BOM from last year or was that the year before.
Valerie Green showed us some antique quilts her mother made including this Sunbonnet Sue which was her baby quilt, 75 years ago.
and this one her mother made in the early 60ies.. In beautiful shape I might add.
Thanks to Valerie for sharing her treasures.
Show & Tell from the October Meeting 2013
SH0W & TELL
June Pot Luck Meeting
great job ladies, so creative.
SHOW & TELL - MAY 2013
APRIL SHOW & TELL 2013
Show & Tell - March 2013