Solo exhibition by Fuzzy Mall. Over the course of a year and a half Fuzzy has been interviewing and quilting portraits of strangers that he is meeting in his new home of Hamilton, Ontario. This exhibition will consist of the first 24 portraits in this ongoing series.
Our annual quilt show opens May 11th and runs til June 6th, 2018. Open House is Saturday May 12th from 1-3pm. Come out and enjoy the array of techniques, styles and sizes of quilts by our members. Please check museum site for hours of operation/admission costs at http://www.museumkl.com/index.php?id=9
In 2018 we invite you to join us for Quilts of Iceland; Land of Ice and Lights. This fascinating country is noted for its artistic expression, democratic viewpoints, breath taking scenery and rich culture. We look forward to seeing how this is expressed in the Quilts of Iceland.
Please join us for a light lunch or refreshment at the Quilter’s Cafe housed in the Recreation Centre and to shop the stunning wares our vendors will display. Pop over to the Ailsa Craig Arts Centre; a living legacy from the ACQFAF to see a display from local photographers who have travelled to Iceland. Be captivated by the Huldufolk houses you will find around town as we extend our hospitality to the Hidden Folk of Iceland.
Register for classes in February and chat with the Icelandic Quilters, spinners and weavers who have travelled to join us and to share their techniques. On May 26th, don’t be alarmed to learn “The Vikings Are Coming!”. The Festival has invited the Wulfthorpe Viking Re-Enactment troupe to set up a living history display next to the Ailsa Craig Recreation Centre.
Admittance is free with paid admission to the Quilt Festival.
If you are in our area and love quilts and fabric arts we welcome you to come and enjoy our annual quilt show. It is always a wonderful display of beauty and talent. Admission is by donation.
May 21 – June 3, 2018, Hours 1-5 daily
This year Pix Martin is the guest artist.The Feature Quilt for the New Hamburg Relief Sale will be displayed from Wed, May 23 at 1:00 to Fri. May 25 at 3:00. Quilts created by local quilters will be hung.
Viewers Choice, Vendors Market, Toonie Table, Boutique, Quilt Draw and Tea Room. Bed Turning at 11 daily. Guest Speaker Dinah Christie, Canadian icon, singer, actress, writer, seamstress, entrepreneur and quilt adorer at 1:30 daily.
The 23rd Annual Festival of Quilts will be featuring “Quilts in Living Colour” this year. Workshops with Gloria Loughman and Bev Patkau, a meet and greet with Judith and Judel Niemeyer and an excellent dinner and presentation with Gloria Loughman highlight the show. Over 700 quilts will be on display outside around the heritage village with special displays of Judy Niemeyer/Jacqueline de Jonge style quilts and Black and White Plus One colour quilts. An Iron Quilt challenge will take place each day with tops that are sewn going to Victoria’s Quilts. Quilter of Distinction this year is Vanecea Greene.
‘Every Quilt Has A Time’ Quilt Show featuring the work of the Pembroke Log Cabin Quilters’ Guild will take place on Sat. May 26th 10:00 am – 5 pm and Sun. May 27, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm.
This exciting show will entertain the visitor with lovely quilts, a merchant mall, tea room,quilting demonstrations and special guest displays.
Admission is $6 , children accompanied by an adult are free.
Tickets will be sold at the show for our Raffle Quilt “Batik Explosion” King size and Themed Raffle Baskets
33rd Annual Quilt Show. Featuring Judge Wanda Steiner
May 29 to June 23, 2018
Color Improvisations 2 is an exhibition of contemporary quilts curated by Nancy Crow (Baltimore, Ohio), one of North America’s most celebrated and inﬂuential quiltmakers and teachers. The exhibition includes 25 spectacular large-format quilts by 25 artists from Canada, Germany, Scotland, Switzerland and the United States – including a piece by Nancy Crow.