QuiltCon Show News – Submit your Entries for 2015

I like to encourage others to submit their quilts into shows whether it be at the local or national level, so I’m here with some fun news related to QuiltCon – the biannual quilt show and conference put on by The Modern Quilt Guild.

QuiltConThe MQG education committee has been hard at work getting the word out to prepare for what is going to be an amazing show! The biggest and perhaps most exciting news is that this year, Modern Quilt Guild members can as many quilts as they wish into the show.

It will be a juried show, which means that a panel will select which quilts make it into the show based on an online application with photos. Deadline for entry is November 30, 2014, so there’s plenty of time for you think about what you want to enter, or to make something just for the show!

The Modern Quilt Guild has written up a couple of posts on their blog which explain the category entries and other important info, plus details about upcoming challenges. Click here for part one and here for part two to find out more details. I hope you enter and get to show off your amazing work!

3 thoughts on “QuiltCon Show News – Submit your Entries for 2015

  1. kris says:

    Thanks for posting this Christa. For some reason, I was feeling overwhelmed. I have been getting the challenge emails and our local modern guild had some info to and is doing their own challenge. If you have never entered before it can all seem too much. I like what you have posted, simply and calmly away from the MQG with links and tutorials. It is much more doable seeing it here. Thanks and I hope you keep posting bits of info on what and how to enter as the time gets nearer.

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