Brooksdale WI Quilts
Publication
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), 2001
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Type d'élément
Scrapbooks
Description
Brooksdale WI Quilt Scrapbook

- "A Quilter is Someone Who:" list of attributes of quilters, courtesy of The Quilt Place, Shakespeare, Ontario
- Poem, "A Crazy Quilt"
- Poem, "My Old Quilting Frames," by Rosina Morris

Photographs and descriptions of quilts and other projects made by Brooksdale WI members in the 1980s and 1990s and including some heirloom pieces:
- "Broken Star" quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Heirloom" quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Log Cabin" quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Log Cabin Broken Star" Quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Cheater" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- White quilt made by Annie Fraser
- "Flower Garden Cheater" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Rose on Rose" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Star" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Star" Cheater quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "Lone Star" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "Country Bride" quilt, by Margaret Green
- Photo of rug hooking project by Margaret Green
- "Lone Star" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "My best flower oil painting" by Margaret Green
- Hooked oval rug back for rocking chair and braided seat cover, by Margaret Green
- "Country Bride" quilt, by Margaret Green
- Woolen Woven Throw, by Jean Matheson
- "Dresden Plate" quilt, by Jean Matheson
- "Hand Quilted Bedspread," by Jean Matheson
- "Ring of Roses" cross-stitched quilt, by Jean Matheson
- Cross-stitched quilt, by Jean Matheson
- "Double Wedding Ring" cross-stitched design quilt, by Jean Matheson
- Violet cross-stitch quilt, by Jean Matheson
- Crazy Quilt, from before 1910, family of Jean Matheson
- Crazy Quilt, family of Jean Matheson
- "Noah's Ark" Quilt by Helen Piett and Jean Matheson
- "Dresden Plate" quilt, by Ella MacLeod
- Several paintings by Marie MacLeod
- "Dresden Plate" quilt, by Mrs. Morris, grandmother of Madeleine (Morris) Fryer
- "Log Cabin" quilt, by Mrs. John Major MacLeod, great grandmother of Madeleine Morris Fryer
- Hand Hooked rug by Margaret Manson
- Cross-stitched quilt by Margaret Manson
- "My Mother's Rose" quilt, by Margaret Manson
- "Cathedral Windows" crocheted tablecloth, by Margaret Manson
- "Spring Bouquet" applique quilt (kit from Mary Maxim), by Margaret Manson
- Wall hanging made to display collection of hankies, by Rosina Morris
- Hand-crocheted bedspread, by Mrs. Donald McIntosh, grandmother of Rosina (Howe) Morris
- Red cotton applique quilt by Cassie McIntosh Howe, mother of Rosina Morris
- Solid work embroidered doily and cutwork embroidery/crochet work doily, by Cassie Howe, mother of Rosina Morris
- "Grandmother's Flower Garden" quilt, by Rosina Morris
- "Log Cabin" quilt in Pineapple design, early 1900s, by Mrs. Donald McIntosh, grandmother of Rosina Morris
- Star quilt, by Mrs. Thomas (Brown) Meadows and given to Rosina Morris' relatives as a wedding present in 1909
- Crocheted Afghan by Mary Munro
- Quilt by Beth Tousaw
- "Star" cheater quilt, by Christine Piett
- "Spring Flower Garden" Quilt, by Ardella Swartzentruber, Christine Piett, and friends
- "Double Irish Chain" quilt by Mary Swanson, great-great aunt of Christine Piett
- "Bear's Paw" quilt, by 7th Line Red Cross Ladies, 1943
- "Water Lily" quilt by Christine Piett
- "Double Wedding Ring" quilt by Christine Piett
- "Lone Star" quilt, started in 1936, finished by Helen Piett in 1996
- "My Mother's Rose" cross-stitched quilt, by Helen Piett
- "Crazy Quilt" by Carrie L. Scarff well over 120 years ago (in 1996)
- "Small Fan" quilt, by Helen Piett's Grandmother McCorquodale, 1930s
- Article about the above "Small Fan" quilt
- "Rose of Sharon" cross-stitched quilt by Helen Piett
- Red and White Irish Chain, by Helen Piett's Grandmother McCorquodale
- Large Fan Quilt by Helen Piett's Grandmother McCorquodale
- "Double Wedding Ring" quilt, by Mrs. Belle (McKay) McMillan in 1945-46
- Medallion Cross-Stitched quilt, by Helen Piett
- "The American Tulip" quilt made from a kit by Helen Piett
- crocheted ecru linen doily, by Frances Rowland, 1918
- "Double Wedding Ring" quilt by Frances Rowland, 1918
- "Crib" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Windblown Tulip" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- Crocheted Lace Tablecloth, by Frances Rowland
- "Magnolia" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Appliqued Quilt" by Frances Rowland
- "Double Irish Chain" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Basket" quilt block, one of 30 ready to quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Spring Wreath" appliqued by Frances Rowland
- "Rob Peter to Pay Paul" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Rose of Sharon" quilt, by Frances Rutherford
- "Grandmother's Flower Garden" quilt, by Mrs. Bell and Margaret Green
- Petit Point Stitchery by Marion Thomson
- Tatted doily, by Marion Thomson
- "Cheater" quilt, by Helen Turvey
- Machine-stitched crib quilts made by Helen Turvey
- English smocking by Helen Turvey
- Crewel embroidery by Helen Turvey
- Cross-stitch quilt by Mrs. Tillie McLeod
- Hardanger embroidery by Irene Drenth
- Hardanger wall-hanging by Irene Drenth
- Various knitting, crochet, and handcrafts, by Mary Huiser
- Display of articles for Western Ontario Children's Hospital London from the Brooksdale WI
- Photo of some items on display at the 1995 Tweedsmuir Tea: historic dolls, clothing, and furniture
- Tweedsmuir Tea, 1995: photo of historic sequined black velvet gown
- Tweedsmuir Tea, 1995: photo of camisoles from 1920
- Photo of knitted articles by Anna Wettlaufer, sent to Children's Hospital, London
- "Flower Basket" quilt, by Dorothy Kittmer, early 1900s
- Crib quilt by Dorothy Kittmer
- "Provincial Flowers" quilt, by Dorothy Kittmer
- "Pomegranate" Quilt, by Dorothy Kittmer
- "Wedding Ring" quilt, by Rosie Thomson
- Luncheon cloths, by Rosie Thomson
- "Wheat Pattern" crocheted tablecloth, by Rosie Thomson
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Rosie Thomson
- "Scotch Thistle" quilt, by Rosie Thomson
- "Evening Star" tablecloth, maker unknown (Rosie Thomson?)
- Various doilies, "Christmas Star of Heaven" tablecloth, and crochet pillow slips, maker unknown (Rosie Thomson?)
Éditeur
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
Date de l'original
2001
Sujet(s)
Langage de l'élément
English
Couverture géographique
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.23339 Longitude: -80.93302
Déclaration de droit d'auteur
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Détenteur du droit d'auteur
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Conditions d'utilisation
For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details.
Notes de reproduction
Contact the holder of the original. If the book is in a member's home, please contact the copyright holder.
Contacter
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
Courriel
Adresse Internet
Adresse postale d'agence
552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691
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Brooksdale WI Quilts


Brooksdale WI Quilt Scrapbook

- "A Quilter is Someone Who:" list of attributes of quilters, courtesy of The Quilt Place, Shakespeare, Ontario
- Poem, "A Crazy Quilt"
- Poem, "My Old Quilting Frames," by Rosina Morris

Photographs and descriptions of quilts and other projects made by Brooksdale WI members in the 1980s and 1990s and including some heirloom pieces:
- "Broken Star" quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Heirloom" quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Log Cabin" quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Log Cabin Broken Star" Quilt, by Edith Bean
- "Cheater" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- White quilt made by Annie Fraser
- "Flower Garden Cheater" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Rose on Rose" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Star" quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Star" Cheater quilt, by Annie Fraser
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "Lone Star" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "Country Bride" quilt, by Margaret Green
- Photo of rug hooking project by Margaret Green
- "Lone Star" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Margaret Green
- "My best flower oil painting" by Margaret Green
- Hooked oval rug back for rocking chair and braided seat cover, by Margaret Green
- "Country Bride" quilt, by Margaret Green
- Woolen Woven Throw, by Jean Matheson
- "Dresden Plate" quilt, by Jean Matheson
- "Hand Quilted Bedspread," by Jean Matheson
- "Ring of Roses" cross-stitched quilt, by Jean Matheson
- Cross-stitched quilt, by Jean Matheson
- "Double Wedding Ring" cross-stitched design quilt, by Jean Matheson
- Violet cross-stitch quilt, by Jean Matheson
- Crazy Quilt, from before 1910, family of Jean Matheson
- Crazy Quilt, family of Jean Matheson
- "Noah's Ark" Quilt by Helen Piett and Jean Matheson
- "Dresden Plate" quilt, by Ella MacLeod
- Several paintings by Marie MacLeod
- "Dresden Plate" quilt, by Mrs. Morris, grandmother of Madeleine (Morris) Fryer
- "Log Cabin" quilt, by Mrs. John Major MacLeod, great grandmother of Madeleine Morris Fryer
- Hand Hooked rug by Margaret Manson
- Cross-stitched quilt by Margaret Manson
- "My Mother's Rose" quilt, by Margaret Manson
- "Cathedral Windows" crocheted tablecloth, by Margaret Manson
- "Spring Bouquet" applique quilt (kit from Mary Maxim), by Margaret Manson
- Wall hanging made to display collection of hankies, by Rosina Morris
- Hand-crocheted bedspread, by Mrs. Donald McIntosh, grandmother of Rosina (Howe) Morris
- Red cotton applique quilt by Cassie McIntosh Howe, mother of Rosina Morris
- Solid work embroidered doily and cutwork embroidery/crochet work doily, by Cassie Howe, mother of Rosina Morris
- "Grandmother's Flower Garden" quilt, by Rosina Morris
- "Log Cabin" quilt in Pineapple design, early 1900s, by Mrs. Donald McIntosh, grandmother of Rosina Morris
- Star quilt, by Mrs. Thomas (Brown) Meadows and given to Rosina Morris' relatives as a wedding present in 1909
- Crocheted Afghan by Mary Munro
- Quilt by Beth Tousaw
- "Star" cheater quilt, by Christine Piett
- "Spring Flower Garden" Quilt, by Ardella Swartzentruber, Christine Piett, and friends
- "Double Irish Chain" quilt by Mary Swanson, great-great aunt of Christine Piett
- "Bear's Paw" quilt, by 7th Line Red Cross Ladies, 1943
- "Water Lily" quilt by Christine Piett
- "Double Wedding Ring" quilt by Christine Piett
- "Lone Star" quilt, started in 1936, finished by Helen Piett in 1996
- "My Mother's Rose" cross-stitched quilt, by Helen Piett
- "Crazy Quilt" by Carrie L. Scarff well over 120 years ago (in 1996)
- "Small Fan" quilt, by Helen Piett's Grandmother McCorquodale, 1930s
- Article about the above "Small Fan" quilt
- "Rose of Sharon" cross-stitched quilt by Helen Piett
- Red and White Irish Chain, by Helen Piett's Grandmother McCorquodale
- Large Fan Quilt by Helen Piett's Grandmother McCorquodale
- "Double Wedding Ring" quilt, by Mrs. Belle (McKay) McMillan in 1945-46
- Medallion Cross-Stitched quilt, by Helen Piett
- "The American Tulip" quilt made from a kit by Helen Piett
- crocheted ecru linen doily, by Frances Rowland, 1918
- "Double Wedding Ring" quilt by Frances Rowland, 1918
- "Crib" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Windblown Tulip" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- Crocheted Lace Tablecloth, by Frances Rowland
- "Magnolia" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Appliqued Quilt" by Frances Rowland
- "Double Irish Chain" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Basket" quilt block, one of 30 ready to quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Spring Wreath" appliqued by Frances Rowland
- "Rob Peter to Pay Paul" quilt, by Frances Rowland
- "Rose of Sharon" quilt, by Frances Rutherford
- "Grandmother's Flower Garden" quilt, by Mrs. Bell and Margaret Green
- Petit Point Stitchery by Marion Thomson
- Tatted doily, by Marion Thomson
- "Cheater" quilt, by Helen Turvey
- Machine-stitched crib quilts made by Helen Turvey
- English smocking by Helen Turvey
- Crewel embroidery by Helen Turvey
- Cross-stitch quilt by Mrs. Tillie McLeod
- Hardanger embroidery by Irene Drenth
- Hardanger wall-hanging by Irene Drenth
- Various knitting, crochet, and handcrafts, by Mary Huiser
- Display of articles for Western Ontario Children's Hospital London from the Brooksdale WI
- Photo of some items on display at the 1995 Tweedsmuir Tea: historic dolls, clothing, and furniture
- Tweedsmuir Tea, 1995: photo of historic sequined black velvet gown
- Tweedsmuir Tea, 1995: photo of camisoles from 1920
- Photo of knitted articles by Anna Wettlaufer, sent to Children's Hospital, London
- "Flower Basket" quilt, by Dorothy Kittmer, early 1900s
- Crib quilt by Dorothy Kittmer
- "Provincial Flowers" quilt, by Dorothy Kittmer
- "Pomegranate" Quilt, by Dorothy Kittmer
- "Wedding Ring" quilt, by Rosie Thomson
- Luncheon cloths, by Rosie Thomson
- "Wheat Pattern" crocheted tablecloth, by Rosie Thomson
- "Colonial Lady" quilt, by Rosie Thomson
- "Scotch Thistle" quilt, by Rosie Thomson
- "Evening Star" tablecloth, maker unknown (Rosie Thomson?)
- Various doilies, "Christmas Star of Heaven" tablecloth, and crochet pillow slips, maker unknown (Rosie Thomson?)