From time to time, we receive information about upcoming workshops or events from area quilt guilds. We will share that information here for the benefit of our community too.

Friday February 4, 2022 – Quilts of Valour Canada Wide Sew Day

National Sew Day for Quilts of Valour – Canada SocietyFriday, February 4, 2022, starting at Noon ET you are invited to join in for our 4th Annual National Sew Day! This year’s online event is being hosted by designer and quilter Paul Leger. Make sure you pre-register here so you receive the Zoom link the day before, and you’ll be entered for prizes (the link to register is the first bullet on that page).

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IPM2022 Quilt Competition Now Open

The IPM 2022 Quilt Competition is open to all. This is a great opportunity to showcase your quilting skills and share your work to an interested audience. All entries will be displayed during the Home on the Farm Quilt Show & Tea Room (where judging will take place and prizes awarded) and at IPM 2022.

Home on the Farm Quilt Show & Tea Room – W.B. George Centre, Kemptville
August 19, 2022 – 10 am to 7 pm
August 20, 2022 – 10 am to 4 pm

Quilt Tent in Lifestyles Area at IPM 2022 – Kemptville, Ontario
September 20 – 24, 2022 – 8:30 am to 5 pm


There are a variety of categories of interest to all levels of quilters, fabric artists and sewers. First, second and third prizes will be awarded in most categories in the value of $100, $75 and $50 (unless otherwise stated). Entries to the IPM 2022 Quilt Competition will be for work completed after August 2020. The entry fee is $10 with one entry maximum per category by an individual.

New this year!
1) BARN QUILTS: Not made of fabric at all – a barn quilt is made of wood or sign board and painted to look like a quilt block.
2) PRE-PRINTED FABRIC PANELS: May be used in the making of many of the categories (see categories with asterisk * in the brochure). Panels are very popular and can be cut up, have borders and blocks added and create a unique work.

There are two categories for youth to show their quilting skills: 1) youth under 13 years and 2) youth between 14 and 18 years. They can use any category and any technique. There is no entry fee for youth and one entry is allowed per youth.

Details and entry forms can be found on their website at: