Members

CATEGORIES

This is not a judged show.  Prizes are awarded for most categories based on viewer’s choice.  There is also an option for “Best of Show”.

  • Theme – Scrap Happy:
    • Top must contain 20 or more fabrics.
    • No size restrictions.
  • Traditional: Classic piecing (like Grandma made) with rows and columns; repeating blocks; sampler quilts.
  • Modern: Made with use of bold colors and prints; high contrast and graphic areas of solid color; change of “traditional” block & layout.
  • Applique: Both hand and machine applique accepted; at least 50% of item must be applique.
  • Mixed Technique: Two or more techniques used to create the entry.
  • UFO Greater than five (5) years: Entry started in or before 2011.
  • Original/Innovative Design/Art: Original design of entrant; innovative design based on pattern idea.
  • Batik: Top must be 100% batik fabric.
  • “Off the Bed”: Quilted clothing, purses, totes, table runners, table toppers, wall hangings; any item you would not use to cover up with.
  • My First Entry in the AAQG Show: Must be the first time you have ever entered ANYTHING in the AAQG Quilt Show.
  • Director-at-Large Potholder Challenge (no viewer’s choice voting): Your entries from the challenge
  • Mystery Quilt (no viewer’s choice voting):  Your entries from the mystery quilt worked on this year.

ENTRY INFORMATION

  • Deadline is June 13 at the guild meeting
  • Link to online entry form
  • Link to the PDF entry form
  • If you have entries to submit, email Anita at QuiltShow@aaqg.net.

VOLUNTEER SIGNUP

  • Please click here to sign-up to volunteer during the show.

BED/QUILT TURNING SIGNUP

  • Click here to to enter the online entry form
  • Click here for a PDF copy of the entry form

COUNTRY STORE IDEAS:

  • Please consider helping supply items to be sold at the Country Store at the show!
  • Items can be quilting related…or not!  Homemade salsa went over really well a few years ago!
  • If you have a kit that you know you’ll never finish and you have all the parts…consider passing it on to a good home.