Brooksdale WI Quilts
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), 2001
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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?)
Publisher:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
Dates:
2001
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.23339 Longitude: -80.93302
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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?)