Meetings Fourth Tuesday of Every Month at Des Moines Christian Church
at 1 pm and 7 pm

Quilt Show

Quilt Show 2022

A Quilter’s Journey was a success!
Stay tuned for 2023 Show info…

Winners List
Vendor List
Quilt Entry Pick Up

Quilt Show Ribbon Winners List

Congratulations to everyone who entered quilts in the show, both judged and un-judged. We have a beautiful show thanks to you!

Extra Congratulations to the ribbon winners on the list attached. Your hard work and dedication to your craft, talent and persistence have made truly excellent works of art. Thank you for sharing them with the guild and the show!

Download and View the Ribbon Winners List

We are expecting a nice showing of vendors at our 2022 show.  Here is a listing of past vendors who plan on coming back to our show. Watch this space for updates to our vendor list.

Shop Name Web Site Address
Among Friends
Appliqué After Hours
Bernina of America/Woodside Quilting
Block Party Studios, Corp.
Cedar Creek Quilts
Creekside Quilting
Debbie’s Quilt Shop & Gifts
Expressions in Thread
Ilene Bartos Designs
Leo9 Textiles
Off the Rails
One Wing Wool
Pat’s Sacks of Titusville
Quilt Tapestry Studio

Important! Picking up your quilts after the show

We all love the quilt show but like all good things, it must come to an end. Here is the information on how to collect your quilts after the show.

What time should I pick up my quilts?

Please plan to arrive for quilt pickup between 4:30 and 5 pm on Saturday, September 24. The show closes at 5 and taking down the show happens very quickly after that.

What is the pickup process?

Go to the Food Court at the quilt show where you will be given a pickup number. Beginning at 5 pm, escorts will take you to where your quilts are hanging to take them down. Make sure you know where your quilts are in the show!  After you have collected all your quilts, proceed to the checkout stations where volunteers will check off that your quilts are all accounted for.

I can’t be there to pick up my quilts at 5 pm or I need to pick up quilts for someone else.

If someone else other than the owner is picking up quilts, they need permission in writing so that they can show at the checkout station that it’s ok to take quilts that don’t belong to them. Permission can be on paper or in an email on their phone.