Loon Rising – Designed, stitched and quilted by Gail Newell
Traditional 9 patch pieced and quilted by Joan Sherwood
Members working together on Community outreach projects in the guild studio
Turtles wall hanging designed, stitched and quilted by Pam Mahoney
Crackle: Pieced by Jean Ambeault. Quilted by Gail Newell. Donated to Habitat for Humanity.
Advancing and encouraging all facets of textile arts
The Textile Arts Guild of Richmond, (TAGOR) is a registered non-profit society of British Columbia, Canada. Formed in 1975, TAGOR is dedicated to advancing and encouraging all facets of textile arts.
TAGOR members hone their craft with both informal mentoring as well as workshops. The community group produces hundreds of items for community partners. Please check out the TAGOR website for more information.