Quilling – a new take on an old art

Anna writes: On beautiful night mid October 2017 for the first hands-on program meeting of our 36th year, 36 members came together to learn a new technique. Bruria Cooperman, immediate past president and quilling queen, taught us the art of Quilling. What an exciting meeting! Bruria showed slides as she explained the art form and then we all got down to work. See us at work below.

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Since 1982 the Pomegranate Guild of Judaic Textiles has brought together people who are interested in studying and creating textile art and needlework based on Jewish themes. We welcome people of all ages and skill levels, from professional artist to novice stitcher. Anyone with a desire to learn new techniques and/or anyone with an interest in Judaic textiles is asked to participate.

One thought on “Quilling – a new take on an old art

  1. Kol ha’kavod to Bruria, the Quilling Queen for a great program!!! Rikki

    On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 8:58 PM, Pomegranate Guild of Judaic Textiles Toronto wrote:

    > pomegranateguild18 posted: “Anna writes: On beautiful night mid October > 2017 for the first hands-on program meeting of our 36th year, 36 members > came together to learn a new technique. Bruria Cooperman, immediate past > president and paper artist, taught us the art of Quilling. What a” >

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