The Quilt of Belonging is a collaborative work of art that recognizes Canada's diversity, celebrates our common humanity and promotes harmony and compassion among people.
Esther told us the story of the quilt-her inspiration, the many volunteers, the gathering of the blocks, the construction of the quilt and the displaying of the quilt.
|The Quilt of Belonging on display at the Canadian Museum of Civilization|
From the website:
Quilt of Belonging is 120 foot (36 metres) long collaborative textile art project, a richly hued portrait of the human family. Its 263 blocks portray the rich cultural legacies of all the First Peoples in Canada and every nation of the world at the dawn of the new Millennium.
To read more about the Quilt, click here.
Thank you to the Program Committee for organizing a wonderful end to our guild year that celebrated Canada and a special thanks to Anne L for making the Fat Quarter Lollipops that were at every place setting.
|Fat Quarter Lollipops|