Quilt Show

Quilt Show 2023

June 16 and 17, 2023 at the Capliano University Sportsplex. We anticipate hundreds of never before viewed quilts at our first show since 2018. Our quilters have had lots of time to make beautiful things.  Please come enjoy the show.

Hanging a Quilt in the Show

In order to hang a quilt in the show, you must be a member of Lions Gate Quilters Guild.  Members may hang up to 4 quilts. Please use this link to register a quilt to hang in our show.

A Thank You to the Committee

Diane Lyons (Treasurer)
Krista Hennebury and Elaine Fjoser (Boutique)
Andrea Cowie (Descriptions)
Pat Gormely (Education)
Leslie Rutledge (Vendors)
Paula Bohan (Photography)
Linda Heese (Publicity)
Carol Chernov (Quilt Hanging)
JoAnn Lee (Registration)
Shauna Dennert and Betty Macdonald (Layout/Setup/Takedown)
Trudy Jaskela and Carole Burdett (Tea Room)
Carol Piercy (Volunteers)

Becky West (Raffle Quilt)

Carolann Fraenkel
Quilt Show Coordinator

Email the Quilt Show Coordinator

2020 Raffle Quilt – Looking Back

The 2020 Lions Gate Quilter’s Guild raffle quilt was based on the Journey pattern in Edyta Sitar’s Patches of Blue book, but has been modified to 6” blocks.

The quilt was 90” by 90”.

The overall effect was very simple and straight forward, blue blocks against a cream background.  On closer inspection you could observe that 14 tone-on-tone stars had been quilted into the upper right quadrant, and 14 trees had been quilted into the lower left quadrant.  The trees are meant to represent our roots, our family, our support as we journey through life.  The stars represent our dreams and ambition.  The centre has a directional compass motif quilted into it.

The hand guided custom longarm work was done by LGQG’s own Carol Chernov of Twin Creek Quilts.  

The backing fabric was a beautiful blue paisley on a cream background, by 3 Sisters for Moda.