Author Archives: Josée

Facets Quilt

One year ago, the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild went to visit the Guido Molinari Foundation. As I mentioned in this post, this lead to a challenge to all members to create a quilt inspired by the work of this Montreal artist. In April I presented my plan, today I want to share with you the finished quilt. It was […]

Color Bliss on Spoonflower

Most of us now read blogs trough readers like Bloglovin. But, I’ve made a few changes to my blog in the past year. So today, I invite you to come and have a look. One of them was to add galleries. You can now have a look at the different pictures I posted on Flickr. […]

Wrapsody handbag and more

Back in April, I ordered some fabrics from Mad About Patchwork to make my-self a bag. I ended-up making much more with it. I finished the bag it-self last week, so let me share all  those projects with you. For the bag, I got the pattern Wrapsody handbag by Studio Kat Design. For the exterior fabric, I […]

A Try at Improv

Earlier this year, I read Sherri Lynn Wood‘s book: Improv Handbook for Modern Quilters. I heard so much good about her and her approach to improvisational piecing, I thought it was about time I give it a try. I did participate in an Improv Round Robin last year at the meetup between the Montreal and Ottawa MQG. […]

Upcoming Quilt Shows

I just shipped my quilt “A Sprinkling of Stars” to be displayed at the national juried show Quilt Canada 2016. The exhibit is taking place on June 15 -18, 2016, near Toronto, Canada. See information here. It’s the first time, I have a quilt in that show. I wish I could be there to see all the accepted […]

Le temps des sucres

Last month, the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild had visit from Libs Elliot for a workshop. I really love her work. It is really unique. I like her approach, particularly how she uses programming to generate quilt patterns and how she introduces randomness in her quilts. It was great to meet her in person. We had such a great […]

Ready to Take on the Guido Molinari Challenge

Back in November, the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild organized a visit to the Guido Molinari Foundation. Guido Molinari was a renowned abstract painter from Montreal. He died in 2004. But, his gallery is still open to the public. Before his death, he created a fondation to continue perpetuating his art and abstract painting in general. Our group […]

Random Projects

Today, I though I’d share a few small projects I didn’t take the time to share in the past months. First, I made two placemats before Chritmas for each of my sons teacher. My sons helped me chose the patterns and fabrics. I had proposed a few paper-piecing patterns. One chose the Lil’ Fox by Sonja […]

Metamorphosis Quilt

A few weeks ago, I presented one of the quilt I had in the exhibit by the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild. Here I am to present you the second one. It’s named Metamorphosis and I made this one to represent the minimalist category in the show. I already mentioned this quilt here as I was design it last year. See this […]

A Sprinkling of Stars Quilt

The exhibit organized by the Mtl MQG is over.  I can now share a bit more about my two quilts that were part of it. I’ll start today by the quilt I’ve made to represent the alternate grid work category. I named it A Sprinkling of Stars (Sous une pluie d’étoiles). A few sources of inspiration […]