A Celebration of Quilts XIV

Feast your eyes on a dazzling collection of 250+ contemporary and traditional quilts!

When: Friday, November 11, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday November 12, 10 a.m to 5 p.m.

Where: Toronto Botanical Gardens, 777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto

Admission: $10. You can now purchase your ticket to the show on-line! Click here to be directed to the purchase page

In addition to the quilts on display we will have:

  • Vendor marketplace (13 Vendors)
  • Handmade items for sale in our Gift Shop
  • Delicious refreshments at the café
  • Toonie sale – each $2 ticket = a bid on a fabulous sewing-related item
  • Featured Artists – each day our members will offer dynamic presentations focusing on a variety of topics

Vendor Marketplace

Ann’s Fabric and Sewing Center
Contact: Ann Rae
Website: www.annssewing.ca

100% Quality Cottons. Purchase off the bolt

Barb’s Custom Quilts
Contact: Barb Morrison
Website: https://barbscustomquilts.ca

Memory Quilts, Longarming, Quilting Supplies, Advent Calendars & Christmas Wallhangings.

Canadian National Fabric
Contact: Jessica Rosco
Website: www.canadiannationalfabric.com

Your family owned and proudly Canadian on-line fabric store.

DesBarres Chocolate
Contact: Erik Hansen
Website: www.desbarreschocolate.com

Award-winning, handcrafted chocolate from the bean

Fabric Spark
Contact: Daryl Aitken
Website: https://fabricspark.com

Fabric Spark has everything you need to be a modern quilter and happy sewist

Hyggeligt Fabrics
Contact:Chantal Lynch
Website: https://www.hyggeligt.ca

The best selection of Kaffe Fassett in the country!

Kalidoscope of Quilts
Contact: Karen Payton
Website: https://kalidoscopeofquilts.myshopify.com

Kalidoscope of Quilts has the best selection of Bella Solids, Grunge and Primitive Gatherings Fabrics, along with Crane Design wool appliqué patterns and kits

Kallisti Quilts
Contact: Michelle Dunn (michelle@kallistiquilts.com)
Website: www.kallistiquilts.com

Japanese and African cotton fabrics for quilting

Kawartha Quilting & Sewing
Contact: Phillips Skjaveland
Website: https:kawarthaquiltingandsewing.com

A Colourful, modern quilt store welcoming you to the Kawarthas

Meerkat Shweshwe
Contact: Céleste Compion (celeste@sentex.net)
Website: https://meerkatshweshwe.com

For the best selection of heritage cotton prints from South Africa

Contact: Heather & Preston Molloy (heather@ormkraft.com)
Website: https://ormkraft.com

Making things, Better

Quilters Nine Patch
Contact: Koren Bell (quiltersninepatch@gmail.com)
Website: www.quiltersninepatch.ca

We love to inspire creativity!

The Cotton Harvest Quilt Shop
Contact: Trina O’Rourke (thecottonharvest@gmail.com)
Website: https://thecottonharvest.com

The largest retailer of Cherrywood Hand-dyed fabrics in Canada. Specializing in wool projects and threads – primitive and Sue Spargo. Worth the drive to Seaforth, Ontario on the shores of Lake Huron!

The Quilted Ruby
Contact: Joy Paolozza (joy@thequiltedruby.com)
Website: www.thequiltedruby.com

The best selection of new and vintage designer fabrics to inspire your sewing

Watergirl Quilt Co.
Contact: Michelle Peters (michelle@watergirlquiltco.com)
Website:  www.watergirlquiltco.com
The small but mighty Quilt Shop

Special Show Promotions:
– Spend $25 before taxes and receive a cotton tote bag
– All quilt kits 15% off
– Curated 3 yard bundles: Buy 1 pay $40, buy 2 and pay $75. Buy 3 bundles and pay $100

Featured Artists

Friday November 11 – 11:30 AM

Chriss Coleman – Journeys and Exploration through Quilting.

Chriss enjoys experimenting, seeing what is possible and stretching herself through creative endeavours

Friday November 11 – 3:30 PM

Shirley Dawson – The 3 F’s of Quilting

There is a common theme within the Quilting world – F words. These words may not be spoken out loud but are thought of often – Fear, Failure and Finish

Saturday November 12 – 11:30 AM

Irene Paterson – Flags of Hope

Flags of Hope is a grassroots movement that creates and and displays fabric flags that commemorate the lives lost due to drug-related harms. Irene will share her story and show us the flags, now turned into quilts that she created with a few YHQG members

Saturday November 12 – 1:30 PM

Rosemary Marchant – Upcycle with Fabric and Thread

Upcycling: the creative reuse and transformation of something that would otherwise be discarded into something that is useful, artistic or of environmental value. It’s fun with garbage.

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