Author Archives: fiddleheadquiltz
So many plans for this year! It’s going to be a Tula Pink kind of year! Plans are to start various Tula Pink projects, the first is the all encompassing Dear Jane quilt made with a variety of Tula Pink … Continue reading
Yesterday I participated in the Row by Row experience, my first ever. It is mainly designed for travellers to visit quilting shops in places they visit. Quilters collect a free row pattern from shops and sew the rows together and make a quilt, or, … Continue reading
What am I currently working on? There is this one secret project which I am unable to speak about yet, it’s going to be amazing. I will post asap. 🙂 Also working on second collection of Welcome Quilts (refugee quilts). I’m … Continue reading
This is Canada’s 150th Birthday year! Oh Canada! A sesquicentennial year, try saying that a few times. Not only is a year of celebration, it is also the time for reflection on the treatment of our First Peoples of Canada. … Continue reading
Happy Sewing Machine Day!!!! This is my main machine I use for piecing, I have several though. What is it with quilters and sewers, we seem to accumulate machines and fabric as if there is no tomorrow! I was working … Continue reading
I will be adding all the quilts I have completed to date, over the course of the next few days and update any pics from the last few years.
During the winter months of 2017, three quilters came together and started to assemble a collection of quilts for refugees. Through generous donations from local quilters the task to move this project forward ensued. All three of us belong to … Continue reading
I went on the first cruise put on by Gammill for Statler owners, between May 14 to May 21. The cruise was fantastic! I met so many wonderful people and of course, Paul and Mildred Statler. Meeting them was the … Continue reading
On Aug 27-28 2016 the VMQG hosted their fist ever quilt show. The venue was held at the Pipe Shop at the shipyards in North Vancouver. What an awesome area to show off the wonderful quilts by members of the … Continue reading
So I decided to move from Blogger to WordPress, this is exciting! In process of updating this blog, with quilts I’ve completed and WIPs, and preparing for the Vancouver Modern Quilt Guild’s first ever quilt show. Stay Tuned!