Quilt Show

Volunteers needed!
Please contact our volunteer coordinator, Debra Stebbins
We need help with setup, tear down, helpers for quilt drop off and time slots are available for white glove docents, membership table, etc! Questions? Email quiltshow@longmontquiltguild.org
Committee Meeting via Zoom on Sept. 24th at 7:00 pm

No more Rules! Enter multiple quilts and more than one per category!

It's Extended! Entries Accepted until 11:59pm 09/20/2022

Enter your Quilts for the 2022 Show below

Registration for the 2022 is Open July 15th - Sept 15th!

Quilt entry is open only to members of the Longmont Quilt Guild. Please see our membership page for info on how to join.

There is no fee for entry. This show is non-juried. Depending on space, quilt entries may be limited.

About the 2022 Show:

When: October 14th &15th, 2022

Where: Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont, CO Barn A

Entry Info:

  • Submissions are open July 15th – September 15th, 2022
  • Finished Quilts Due by October 11, 2022

Rules:

Submissions are open to LQG Members only. Only 3 quilts entered per/member. Only 1 entry allowed per category. Non-juried. Not professionally judged. All ribbons are awarded by People’s Choice and announced at the November Guild meeting.  NO quilt may be larger than 110″x110″ due to limitations on rack size.

  • For questions and to volunteer, please contact Alie Doberstein or Jo Pickett at quiltshow@longmontquiltguild.org

 

2022 Quilt Show Catagories

Large Quilt – Long Arm Custom Quilted:  Whole cloth or pieced, the quilt shall be pieced by a person or persons and then quilted by a professional quilter. Quilt must have a perimeter of 240” or more. The typical entry would be quilted by the piecer or a professional, but has been custom quilted on a long-arm or mid-arm machine using either custom computer designs, custom pantagraph, or free motion quilting designs.

Large Quilt – Edge to Edge Quilted: Whole cloth or pieced, the quilt shall be made by sewing machine and quilted on a mid-arm or long-arm machine, and quilted by the piecer or a professional using an overall computerized or pantagraph ‘Edge to Edge’ design. Quilt must have a perimeter of 240” or more.

Large Quilt Domestic Quilted: Whole cloth or pieced, the quilt shall be made by sewing machine and quilted on a domestic machine, quilted by the piecer or another individual. Quilt must have a perimeter of 240” or more. A typical entry is a quilt that was quilted on a domestic machine with an approximate throat depth of 6 “- 12 “.

Small Quilt – Long Arm Custom Quilted:  Whole cloth or pieced, the quilt shall be pieced by a person or persons and then quilted by a professional quilter. Quilt must have a perimeter of LESS than 240”. The typical entry would be quilted by the piecer or a professional, but has been custom quilted on a long-arm or mid-arm machine using either custom computer designs, custom pantagraph, or free motion quilting designs.

Small Quilt -Edge to Edge Quilted: Whole cloth or pieced, the quilt shall be made by sewing machine and quilted on a mid-arm or long-arm machine, and quilted by the piecer or a professional using an overall computerized or pantagraph ‘Edge to Edge’ design. Quilt must have a perimeter of LESS than 240”. A typical entry would be a quilt which was quilted not by a professional, but on a private long arm machine.

Small Quilt – Domestic Quilted: Whole cloth or pieced, the quilt shall be made by sewing machine and quilted on a domestic machine, quilted by the piecer or another individual. Quilt must have a perimeter of LESS than 240”. A typical entry is a quilt that was quilted on a domestic machine with an approximate throat depth of 6 “- 12 “.

Hand Quilted:  Quilt may be constructed by machine or by hand, but quilting must be completed using hand stitching. All sizes are included in this category. Traditional hand-made tops such as Yo-Yo’s and Cathedral Windows are included in this category.

Hand Pieced/English paperpieced – Quilt may be hand pieced but machine quilted. Quilt may be hand pieced using traditional methods, or using EPP techniques.

Decor and Fashion Quilts: The entries can be original design, kit, or pattern. They are NOT quilts that can be used as bedding. The entry items may be anything made from quilting techniques that is used for home decor or personal use, including, but not exclusive to: placemats, table runners, wall hangings, baskets, bags, purses, and clothing.

Appliqué Quilt:  Quilt made by applying smaller pieces of fabric onto a larger piece of fabric, using any appliqué method. Quilt may be constructed by machine or by hand, and quilting may be machine or hand quilted. Any minimal embellishment is permitted in this category. All sizes are included.

Modern Quilt: Quilt may be constructed by machine or by hand, quilting may also be completed by machine or by hand quilting.  While many Modern quilts utilize only solids that is not a requirement.  Modern quilting is often defined by large negative spaces, ‘blowing apart’ or deconstruction of traditional quilting blocks. May be pattern, kit, or original design. All sizes are included.  Quilts may not be larger than 110” x 110”.

Art Quilts  Two Dimensional:  Art quilts must be based on your original design (no patterns). Quilts should demonstrate innovative and progressive techniques.

Art Quilts  Three Dimensional:  Art quilts must be based on your original design (no patterns). Quilts should demonstrate innovative and progressive techniques.

First Time Quilt Entry (Formally Novice Quilter}:  This category is for quilters 18 years and older, who are entering a quilt for the first time ever, to ANY quilt show.  All sizes and techniques are included in this category. Quilt must be made by the entrant, but may be quilted by another person.

Junior Quilter:  This category is for quilters under the age of 18.  All sizes and techniques are included in this category. Junior guild members may enter up to three entries in this category.

Military Outreach:  Patriotic themed quilts, a minimum of 55” x 65” and a maximum of 72” x 90”. All quilts entered in this category must be donated to a recognized Veterans Program.

Mystery Quilt: Every year we usually represent a special project in which members within our guild have participated. This year we are highlighting the Mystery Quilt Project. These quilts must be made during the 2022 Longmont Quilt Guild Mystery Quilt project, which is now ongoing. Due to display space limitations, this category’s entries may be limited to first come.

Want to be amazed by quilts and see who won the categories in last year’s show???

Click Below to Enter the
2021 Virtual Quilt Show