• 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • Jess Berry
  • Becky Martin
  • Becci Lund
  • Kay Fortner
  • Cathy

Ready, Set, Register your Quilts

As our plans progress for the 2021 quilt show, we're getting excited to see the registrations start rolling in.  A quilt show is all about celebrating quilts, celebrating your quilts.  Who couldn't use a little celebration after the last year, and what better thing to celebrate than our love, QUILTS.  

Need some inspiritation, check out our 2021 quilt challenge Portals, or check out and buy some challenge fabric and enter the block challenge.  

Be inspired or inspire others, be sure to join us for the 2021 Festival this September.

2021 Nationally Featured Quilt

Jill Finley

Jill Finley is the owner and designer behind Jillily Studio. She has been designing quilt patterns for over 15 years and currently designs and sells quilt fabric, patterns, kits and notions. Her quilt designs show off her fresh style using high contrast fabrics and usually have a bit of appliqué to soften and finish each design. Jillily Studio produces the popular notions: Appli-Glue, Poke-A-Dots, Maker Paper, Starch Brushes and Quilter's Digits along with numerous kits and patterns. Jill is the author of several books on quilting; Home Sweet Quilt and Stitched Together.

Continue Reading

2021 Local Featured Quilter

Judy Benzel

Judy has been sewing most of her life and continues to create with fiber.  A Home Ec college grad, she has branched out to computer sciences in her vocation, but her avocation still remains sewing and quilting.   An accomplished quilter and seamstress, she never ceases to amaze with her creative products.   One of Judy's specialties is putting together the Demonstrations and schedules at the Festival. 

2021 Block Lotto Fabric

2020challeng fabric1

This gorgeous fabric was selected for our 2020 Quilt Block Challenge!  It is dramatic with burnt red floral designs, then spots of illuminating glow!  You will have a “fat “ 1/8th yard piece of fabric to design a 12 ½” by 12 ½” square block, adding your choice of additional fabric. The public will vote on their favorite block, and the winner will take home all the  entered blocks to make a quilt.  So, Folks, please enter to help the winner create something large and beautiful and hopefully bring it back to show off on another year

Continue Reading