A computer monitor will provide a larger viewing screen to see the photos. Any touchscreen will allow you to enlarge the photos to view detail. Click on the photo to see a larger version plus the information and story. You can right click on the detail photo and choose “Open image in a new tab” to zoom in to see quilting or other specific details in the quilt.
Open the PDF file below. In it you will find an alphabetical list of our quilters. Each quilt entry will have an Entry #, name and location that you can match to our Quiltfest Map. Just like at our real shows, you may have to “walk down the aisle” to find the gallery you’re looking for. You can scroll through the photos to find the name and # you are looking for.
Yes, you can until December 31, 2020. Below the galleries for each category, you will find a ballot for voting for your favorite in that category. You must enter your email address and then the number of your favorite quilt in that category. You must click on the photo of your favorite to find the number (e.g., #2001).
Below the Quiltfest Map, you will find a ballot for Best of Show. Enter your email address and the number of your favorite quilt (e.g., #2001) in our virtual show. All quilts (except Judges Exhibit) are available for Best of Show award. Winner will be a member of our Clark County Quilters guild.
We will announce the winners in each category at our January 14, 2021 Clark County Quilters Zoom Guild meeting. After that, winners will be identified on this website.
Go to “About Us” for more information plus links to our website and to membership forms. We hope you like what you see and will consider joining our Clark County Quilters Guild.
We’ve scheduled our 2021 event for October 21-23, 2021 at the Clark County Event Center. Our Show Theme is “Reflections.”
Please contact CCQ.email@example.com with your corrections. We will make every effort to get the corrections made as soon as possible.
We asked each member to send us their best photo of their quilts. We received photos varying in size from 50 KB to 4.4 MG. If you would like to replace your photo with a higher resolution, email your new photo to CCQ.firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to update your photo as soon as possible.
In an effort to make the competition more equitable, we have added Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced skill levels. We ask our members to do their best to choose an appropriate level. If a member has made fewer than 5 quilts, we ask them to consider themselves to be a beginner. The intermediate level begins with having made more than 5 quilts. If members have multiple skill sets (e.g. appliqué, paper piecing, curves, embellishments, etc.) or have won awards from judges, we ask them to consider themselves at the Advanced Level.
*Open Skill Level - Categories listed with this statement mean all skill levels (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced) will compete together.
Go to the Vendors page from the menu bar to see a listing of our sponsors and vendors. From there, you can visit their website or Facebook page if they have one. Please tell them you found their shops via our Quiltfest NW website.
To help alleviate the costs associated with setting up our virtual quilt show, please consider donating to Clark County Quilters.