North Coast Needlers Quilt Guild
The Quilt Show pictures
• Quilt show and Vendor mall.
• 250+ Quilts
• Café and Boutique
• Saturday, April 22 and Sunday April 23, 2017
• 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. both days
• Donation $5, Seniors $4, 10 & under free
• Handicapped accessible
• Westlake High School Rotunda, 27830 Hilliard Blvd. Westlake, OH 44145
Featured will be 250+ quilts, ranging from traditional to modern, offering something for everyone to see. Quilts will be exhibited in the airy rotunda of Westlake High School, on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 from 10 to 5. Donation: $5 Seniors: $4, Ages 10 & under "Free". Handicapped Accessible.
Expanding on the theme will be a series of challenge quilts, "Chix Run Wild" and a block donation "Chix for Kids". The contest blocks will be crafted into a quilt and will be raffled off to support this years donation recipient, Northeast Ohio Adoption Services, Inc. North Coast Needlers will be offering stuffed "Chix" for adoption and fees will be donated to NOAS to further their work in northeast Ohio. Rounding out the show will be a Quilter's Boutique, offering handcrafted items for sale, a quilt-side cafe and a Vendor mall featuring local and regional dealers. Westlake High School is located at 27830 Hilliard Blvd., Westlake, OH 44145.
The blocks are made as donations to be used in a larger quilt for the selected agency. The block will be of a chicken, designed by Jean Bailey and the pattern will be available at the July meeting. Each block submitted will be rewarded with an entry for a chance to win a raffle basket.
The theme for this year will be called "Chix Run Wild". The finished quilts will be hung side-by-side at the quilt show.
The rules are:
Size must be 18 inches by 24 inches. 18" (across the top) x 24" (down the length of a side)
The quilt needs to have a fence, any kind of fence, that goes from the left border to the right border. The fence must be 3" high on both borders. When the quilts are hung at the quilt show, the fence from one quilt will be aligned with the fence of the neighboring quilt.
Don't forget to help out the guild by making a few items for us to sell. Towels, quilted bags,
pet items, bibs, microwaveable bowls, pin cushions sold well last show. Check out Quilt show boutique ideas on
Pinterest for wonderful, easy projects to try.
Bring your finished work to Karen Auer or Janelle Reardon at any NCN meeting.