Welcome to the Etobicoke Quilters’ Guild website…

Interested in our Learn to Quilt Series? Details here.

Check out the Show and Share from our May meeting ... See you in June for our year-end meeting!

CQA Challenge

As a member Guild of CQA, EQG will submit one quilt from our guild to be shown at Quilt Canada 2023. The theme is Sun, Sand and Sea. Quilts must be no larger than 72” perimeter, finished with either binding, facings, or enveloped pillow-case style and have a 3” hanging strip and label on the back For additional information and requirements check this link. The winner will be announced at our May 2023 meeting.

Quilt Fever

Our quilt show was a huge success, congratulations to everyone who participated! If you are keen to see more, here are a few “local” quilt shows that we have been able to find online .Or check out QuiltingHub.com for lots of info on shows across North America! If you know of any upcoming quilt shows, email us at eqgweb@gmail.com and we will add them to the list. Our next Quilt Fever will be held in 2025.

Some fun facts (thanks, Jane!)

  • 129 quilts were hung in the show
  • 474 ballots were submitted
  • 86% of ballots voted for the maximum of 5 different quilts
  • 2162 votes were submitted

The quilts in the top 5 were separated by only 9 votes, and these were by far the favourites. The quilts were:

  •  The Village by Diane Daniel
  •  Birth Flowers by Teresa Mackie
  •  Fox and Friend by Adele Gataveckas
  • Rainbow Vortex by Celia Cherry
  • Northern Wilderness by Teresa Mackie

Other questions or comments? Contact us here: eqgWeb@gmail.com

Hungry for more quilt shows? Find a list of upcoming shows here.

Hall Challenge

The Hall Challenge for fall 2023 has been set. For more information click here.

Are you a reader? Join the EQG Book Club!

Interested in joining our Book Club? Contact us and we will add you to a group. This club runs year-round, and books are chosen by each group, depending on their interests. Meetings are via ZOOM.

For more information, a larger image, and details of the quilt EQG made for National Reconciliation Day, click here.