Monthly Archives: March 2016

Chair Necessaire Part 2

Scissor Fob front view
[columns] [span6] [/span6][span6] [/span6][/columns] Scissor Fob When my husband and I purchased the furniture for our great room, we wanted to ensure that there was a recliner for each of the four of us. Not wanting four lazy boy chairs, we purchased only two and a couch, which has both ends reclining. Even with all […]

Tandem: the present and the past together – part 3

Tapis Rug 1800-1850
[columns] [span4] [/span4][span4] [/span4][span4] [/span4][/columns] The Fibre Report with Joe Lewis Working with Denis Longchamps, publisher and editor of the Cahiers métiers d’art ::: Craft Journal and curator on the exhibition Tapis Crochetés / Hooked Rugs January 16th – April 13th, 2008, Judith Penny Burton presented the work of four contemporary artists working in this […]

Ontario Hooking Craft Guild

Upper Toronto Branch Ontario Hooking Craft Guild Members

the guilded edge The Upper Toronto Branch of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild held a Hook In on February 7, 2009. For the hook in, we all hooked our interpretations of two Ontario House styles, the gothic cottage and the distinctively Toronto Bay ‘n’ Gable. The rugs are all wonderfully different. We also enjoyed an […]

Island Quilters Guild

Patricia Pepper - Always a Farmer's Daughter
[columns] [span6] [/span6][span6] [/span6][/columns] the guilded edge The countryside was a profusion of colour the weekend of September 20-21, 2008 when the women of the Island Quilters’ Guild hosted a two day exhibit, The Hawberry Autumn Quilt Show. Amid the excitement, and a sigh of relief, the last stitch was in place, the pressing and […]