Themed “Reflections,” the show will feature over 400 quilts created by the members of the Guild, along with special exhibits and events, challenge quilts, a vendor mall, the Bob Ross Cherrywood Challenge traveling exhibit, the Fort Vancouver Tapestry, and much more.
This year’s Featured Quilter is Mary Arnold, a lifelong stitcher, art quilter, and quilt teacher. She will teach a six-hour workshop on Beginning Machine Quilting. Learn the basics of machine quilting, including information on needles, threads, quilting patterns and more. Polish up your skills or learn new ones! Limited enrollment allows for social distancing. (Masks required.)
All Covid-19 recommendations in effect at the time of the show will be followed.
Doors open at 10 am.
$8 per day/$15 3-day pass
Free for children under 12
Parking $6 cash or card
Thurs. 10 – 5, Fri. & Sat. 10 - 4
All of the current Covid-19 protocols will be followed.
Masks required inside the building.
Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the show.
More widely spaced tables in the café area.
Fewer vendors and wider aisles in vendor area.
Vendors are arranged to allow a more open approach to their displays.
Restrooms will be serviced frequently.
Mary Arnold did not start out to be a fiber artist. She tried many needle crafts before making her first quilt. Each time a quilt or a vessel is completed, she again feels that first sense of wonder in creating something out of a piece of fabric and a bit of thread.
Ms. Arnold’s work has also been displayed in several galleries and museums. She has written for American Quilter Magazine, and her work has been included in Art Quilting Studio magazine. Her work has also been published in the books 500 Art Quilts and Art Quilt Portfolio: The Natural World. She uess her teaching skills by teaching quilt classes. She is a member of several quilt organizations, including Columbia FiberArts Guild, High Fiber Diet, Surface Design Association, and Studio Art Quilt Associates.