My Mother-in-law gave me a big bag of fabric today, and said it was for a "Centennial Quilt" that she started in 1967. There's no pattern, and I've never heard of such a thing. I wondered if one of the membership can advise me on how to complete it.There are large triangle (60 degree triangles), 8 each of multiple patterned fabrics, each triangle has been turned under on all sides and basted, so I'm wondering if these were to be appliquéd? My Mother-in-law doesn't remember what she had in mind, only mentioned something about maple leaves. I seem to think there was a Centennial logo that was triangles shaping a maple leaf - so maybe that's it?
This Sunbonnet Sue was only 3 during the Canadian Centennial in 1967, so cannot personally remember any Quilt patterns available commemorating the event :) But you are right about the logo made of triangles. I found this logo on wikipedia, here. I put this question out to the membership to search back in their memories for any quilt patterns that may have commemorated this event. Please e-mail me if you can help or feel free to comment on this post.