Quilt Canada 2017
June 14 - 17, 2017
Toronto, Ontario
The International Centre

Quilt Canada 2016 in Toronto Ontario


The Concurrent Shows at Quilt Canada 2017

Quilters from across Canada and beyond come to Quilt Canada Shows to see the many quilt shows on display. What will you see at Quilt Canada 2017?


National Juried Show is Quilt Canada’s premier display of over 100 quilts that have been juried into the show and judged by certified judges.  Our amazing sponsors have put up over $30,000 in cash and prizes for these quilts and you are sure to enjoy a tour through the show. 

Guild Rosette Invitational is a new showfeaturing 25 rosette winners from across Canada.  There is a Viewer’s Choice award, so be sure to vote for your favourite. 
Northcott
Quilts of Valour - Canada Quilt Challenge Display will host 15 comfort quilts – one for each decade – to support injured Canadian Armed forces members, past and present. There will be 3 Viewer’s Choice awards so be sure to vote for favourite. Sponsored by Northcott.

Peace by Piece, Quilted Memories of Newfoundland in the Great War, an exhibit of commemorative quilts spearheaded by Cabot Quilters’ Guild. Peace by Piece consists of 17 Quilts, each quilt block telling a story about World Was One. The exhibit at Quilt Canada 2017 consists of 6 quilts.

Centennial Quilts 1992 will remind us of the quilts made to celebrate other Canadian anniversaries.

Cantik BatiksCantik Batiks Mystery Block Program to Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday Shania Sunga's passion for Canada made it easy for her to design Oh Canada Mystery quilt to celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday. Oh Canada Mystery Quilt was inspired by her travels across Canada. Sponsored by Cantik Batiks.

My Place in Canada – Youth Challenge will display all the quilts received from youth entered into the Cantik Batiks Youth Challenge.  Youth received a piece of the challenge fabric to use with any style of quilting. The challenge is open to all elementary, middle and high school students in Canada, sponsored by a CQA/ACC member

JanomeOttawa Modern Quilt Guild displays quilts inspired by modern design. Modern design includes, but is not limited to, the use of bold colors and prints, high contrast and graphic areas of solid color, improvisational piecing, minimalism, expansive negative space, and alternate grid work. "Modern traditionalism" or the updating of classic quilt designs is also often seen in modern quilting. Which elements do you see in our quilts on display? This quilt display is sponsored by Janome.

Botanical Reflections is the show from the Fibre Art Network (FAN) with each piece a personal interpretation of the natural world in unique styles, whether abstract, graphic or representational.

Trend-TexStitching a Canadian Memory is the theme of our annual CQA/ACC Trend Tex Challenge fundraiser, and this year we invited both wall hangings and bags.  You are able to bid on all the quilts and maybe take home a Canadian Memory. Sponsored by Trend-Tex.

Quilters Celebrate Canada 150 is part of the Thursday night event that also includes a lecture by Kathy Wylie called It’s about Time. Participants are invited to bring and show their own quilts that celebrate Canada’s 150 Birthday.

Plus you will see lots of quilts in vendor booths and at Canada’s Big Quilt Bee.

We hope you enjoy all the displays!


 

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