2012 Rosettes

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Artist
Quilt

Colleen McNichol
Lonestar Sampler

Our Guild was making sampler quilts to raffle or have for comfort quilts. The idea was by making a variety of blocks we would learn new techniques. For each Guild block, I also made a block for myself from my own fabric to make this quilt. It is different from the Guild quilts due to the different fabric choice. I quilted it free motion with swirls.

Guild: Between Friends Quilt Guild, SK
Awarded: November 17, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 70" by 90"
Quilted by: Colleen McNichol

Alvina OConnor
Let's Dance Mocha Style

--It's a queen size measures 93 x 86 inches
--It's the Let's Dance block of the month for 2011-2012 at the Kempenfelt quilters guild.
--I renamed it "Let's dance Mocha style" as I changed the colors from black and white to browns, off whites and mocha colors.
--I quilted it myself on my machine practicing the stitching I learned on the machine quilting course I took.
--this will be a Christmas gift for my brother and his wife.

Guild: Kempenfelt Quilters Guild, ON
Awarded: November 15, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 93"x86"
Original Design: Quilter's Line quilt store in Markdale, Ontario

Yvonne Whelton
Grandmother's Flower Garden

Yvonne completed this quilt in 2000. This quilt won 1st Place at the Alberta Senior's Summer Games 2001. It hung on the wall in her log cabin for several years. This year, at our gallery show celebrating 15 years as a Guild, we honoured Yvonne as one of our founding members, presented her with a Rosette, and gave her a lifetime membership to the Guild.

Guild: Northern Lights Quilters Guild (FM), AB
Awarded: November 01, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 70" x 70"
Quilt Magazine or Book: McCall's Quilting - Robert Callaham - Grandma's Country Album 1

Marthe Tremblay
PRÉ VERT

This quilt was made by Marthe as a tribute to a friend who is fighting a mental illness. The quilt is machine pieced, hand quilted and has hand appliques. It is called PRÉ VERT as it is green and it has many flowers, like in a meadow. It won first Viewers Choice prize at the guild 2012 exposition.
- Marthe a fait cette courtepointe en hommage à une amie qui combat la maladie mentale. L'assemblage a été fait à la machine, les appliqués et le piquage à la main. La pièce s'appelle PRÉ VERT à cause du vert et en raison de ses nombreuses petites fleurs. Marthe s'est mérité le premier prix "Choix du public" lors de l'exposition 2012 de la guilde.


Guild: Les Courtepointieres de l'est, QC
Awarded: October 21, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 88" x 100"
Quilt Magazine or Book: Inspired by 501 Quilt Blocks by Better Homes and Gardens

Louise Murphy
Big Red

I wanted to play with circles and wanted to play with red and white fabrics. The fabrics and a drunkards path ruler set the tone. Hand quilting really made the quilt complete.

Guild: Blue Mountain Quilters' Guild, BC
Awarded: October 20, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 100"x100"

Carol Kent
Swan Lake

In April 2012 Carol took a workshop sponsored the Pacific Spirit Quilter at which designer Reynola Pakusich, taught her version of Storm at Sea.
Carol constructed the quilt using a freezer paper foundation piecing technique and did the machine piecing and machine quilting. The quilt is for Carol's cousin who is doing a pencil crayon drawing/picture of swans with purple, teal and moss accents for her bedroom.


Awarded: October 19, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 102 by 112 inches
Quilted by: Wendy Boomer
Pattern: Version of a Traditional Pattern designed by Reynola Pakusich

May Keats
Summer Breeze

Inspiration to do this was the beautiful fabrics used

Awarded: October 12, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 90 x 92
Quilted by: Suzette Pont
Quilt Magazine or Book: The Quilters magazine

Ruth Cholette
Determination

Ruth started this quilt May 8, 2008 and completed it in April 2012. It is all 1/2 inch hexagons, paper pieced, hand cut and covered with fabric. It took a total of 1085 hours to piece and I still have to quilt it. She worked on this quilt while travelling in the Yukon and Alaska and many fishing trips in Northern Ontario. During a hurricane up north and working on the quilt, my precious pieces and her new material went flying away and was mixed with hail, rain and dirt. She picked them all up and washed and dried them and continued on...

Guild: Sudbury & District Quilting & Stitchery Guild, ON
Awarded: October 12, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 81" X 88"
Quilt Magazine or Book: Australian Patchwork & Quilting Book, 2008

Nicole Lunn
Friends

This quilt pattern was purchased in Jasper after a horse-back riding trip in the Tonquin valley. This was the perfect memento, I love doing appliqué work. To my total dismay the pattern also required paper piecing. I was not knowledgeable or capable of doing this perfectly. I was a newby when it comes to paper piecing. With the help of my friends, Lorraine, Sherry and Sylvia I completed the quilt.




Guild: Quilt Co, ON
Awarded: September 29, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 88 x 88
Quilted by: Jan Kittle
Pattern: no longer have the pattern

Diane MacMillan
Boston Common - aka Finally Done

Diane strated this quilt in 2004, worked on it off and on over the last 8 years in bewtween other projects. With the quilt show coming up she got to work and finished it in time. The quilt is machine pieced and hand quilted.

Guild: Mahone Bay Quilters Guild, NS
Awarded: September 28, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 87" x 102"
Quilted by: Diane MacMillan & The Bay Buddies Bee
Quilt Magazine or Book: Rodale Quilt Book

Pierrette Charpentier
La petite bouquetière

appliquer and hand quiltind
Machine assemble

Guild: La courtepointe d'Asbestos, QC
Awarded: September 28, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 53X68 inches
Quilted by: Kathy Reinhard
Quilt Magazine or Book: Blue bonnet Sue/The quilter magazine march 2004

May Keats
Summer Breeze

Log cabin blocks surround a centre medallion of hydrangea blue & moss green. The border consists of a variation of Log Cabin blocks with the centre medallion surrounded with large triangles cut from 26" squares. Longarm custon design

Awarded: September 15, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 90" X 92"
Quilted by: Suzanne Pont
Quilt Magazine or Book: The Quilter Magazine-Cathy Anderson & Sue Goth

Cyndy Manol
Affairs of the Heart

The techniques used in this quilt include needle turned applique, hand embroidery, machine piecing and hand quilting with hand dyed threads. It was a wedding gift for Cyndy's daughter.

Guild: Buckhorn Area Quilters' Guild, ON
Awarded: September 08, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 76" x 95"
Quilted by: Hand quilted by owner and machine quilted by Sew Unique Quilting
Pattern: Affairs of the Heart by Aie Rossman

Cathie McWatters
Ice Crystals

Cathie loves blue and white, and when she saw this pattern, she knew she had to make it. She bought the fabric but did not start it for a couple of years. The lady in the magazine used a star to applique down the flowers, so Cathie decided to try it and did a great job.She added a 6" border to enlarge the quilt.

Guild: Summerland Material Girls, BC
Awarded: September 08, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 91 1/2" x 109 1/2"
Quilted by: Linda Schmidt
Quilt Magazine or Book: McCalls Quilting Dec.2003

Bev Etmanski, Laurene King-McGill, Susan Maclean and Jane Revell
Quilting Santa

When we four were considering subject matter for our group quilt, we came across a photo of a painting of Santa quilting. The challenge to make this artwork into a quilt, the potential for using different techniques, and the subject of this painting made our decision unanimous.



We contacted the artist, Tom Newsom, who graciously gave us permission to adapt his painting. To view more of this very talented artist’s work, visit his website at http://newsomart.com/index.php



A variety of techniques were used while completing this quilt including hand and machine appliqué, hand and machine piecing, foundation piecing, hand and machine embroidery, shading with pencil crayons and fine-tipped permanent markers, fabric dyeing, hand and machine quilting, trapunto and embellishing.



Guild: Limestone Quilters' Guild, ON
Awarded: June 09, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 45" x 60"
Quilted by: See above
Original Design: See above

Ruth Kennedy
You Still Give me Butterflies

“You Still Give Me Butterflies” was made to celebrate Ruth's 25th Wedding Anniversary to Brent.

The golden circle represents their wedding bands. The leaves are for growth; the butterflies (and caterpillar) are for change.

Some of the butterflies are used with permission from E. Sibbert.
This was the first large quilt made on her long arm machine.


Guild: Grand Quilt Guild, ON
Awarded: June 08, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 100 by 108

Simone Lynch
Garden Treasures

Description of Quilt:
Dominant/special techniques used
Hand appliqué, hand embroidery, machine piecing, and hand quilted

Inspiration for Quilt:
Simone’s love of flowers and the book “Appliqué in Bloom” by Gabrielle Swain


Guild: Kingston Heirloom Quilters, ON
Awarded: June 08, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 76 1/2" x 100"
Quilt Magazine or Book: “Appliqué in Bloom” by Gabrielle Swain; Quilt layout by Ruth Cottrell.

Kathy Scott
TIME TO READ

Time to Read
This quilt was made for my son who is an avid reader and has been since he was very young.
The outer borders of books with favourite titles was inspired by the Library Quilt by Debbie Kratovil (Quick Quilts 1996). The second border was inspired by the block Twisted Log Cabin by Pix Martin. The centre fabric of clocks was my focal point. I knew exactly what I wanted to do with the fabric as soon as I spied it.
I hand quilted the project as it is my favourite hobby.

Guild: Next Stop Englehart Quilters Guild, ON
Awarded: June 06, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 84 x 84 inches
Quilt Magazine or Book: Quick Quilts 1996/Debbie Kratovil Library Quilt/Twisted Log Cabin by Pix Martin

Colleen Peake
Peruvian Flute Player

This lovely and talented musician followed behind us in the hills of Peru patiently playing old tunes from the 50's until we tipped him.

Guild: Quilted Mouse, AB
Awarded: June 05, 2012
Winner: Viewers Choice
Quilt Size: 24" by 29"

Jeannette Catchpaugh
Hot Chocolate and Cream

Hand appliqued. Many hours, many stitches.
Jeannette says since she is diebetic, this is her way of enjoying chocolate!!

Guild: Thousand Islands Quilters' Guild, ON
Awarded: May 25, 2012
Winner: Best in Show
Quilt Size: 90 x 90
Quilted by: Tammy Spencer
Pattern: Rabbit Factory

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