Submitted by: Clare Worthy – Dordogne Quilter What gave you the idea to raise money for Leukaemia research via quilting? I am a Moderator of two France Yahoo Groups. Amongst those groups are some fellow crafters – knitters, card makers,
Submitted by: Jean Kester – Quilting 911 – Quilting Ranny I would love to be included in your list of charity quilt makers. I make quilts specifically for police/fire dispatchers in need, because as a police dispatcher for over 12
Michele Bilyeu is a life-long volunteer who currently lives in Salem, Oregon. Having learned to sew at age 12 on her Alaskan grandmother’s old treadle sewing machine, she quickly developed a love of not only sewing but sewing for others.
Comforting People with Cancer Réconforter les personnes avec le cancer Victoria’s Quilts Canada was established in 2000 by Betty Giffin. VQC is a non-profit charitable organization, committed to providing comfort, both spiritually and physically, to individuals diagnosed with cancer. It
Check out this beautiful postcard made by fellow Quilting Blogger, Julia. Julia wrote… “We have this 2005 Chevy Venture van that has served us well for our needs and getting us around. So here is my latest postcard quilt “Venturing
Several years ago I participated in a Christmas paper-piecing exchange. Each person was responsible for completing 12 blocks, 11 of which were then sent to a coordinator, who in turn sent you back 11 blocks that others completed. I assembled
I took this photo at the Upper Canada Village 2007 Quilt Show.
I started this quilt several years ago, but wasn’t happy with the results, so I put it away, out of sight. In the meantime, I purchased a new sewing machine, Janome, to replace my Singer that would eat my fabric,
A beautiful quilt by Deb Karasik of Quilt Mavens.
I made this appliqued wall hanging with beading for my niece’s first birthday.
Some beautiful photos from the TOKYO International Great Quilt Festival 2008. My favourites so far, Colorful, Colorful Days of Life and Tea Party.
I made this Purple Magic Tiles quilt for my parents this past Christmas. It’s a Kathleen Bissett pattern, and was pretty easy to accomplish. On the other hand, the binding I did was rather difficult. 2.5″ pieces separated by 1″