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Highlights of Past Quilt Shows 2012®2006 (in descending order)

LQG Quilt Show is held every two years.

Quilt Show 2012

Our 2012 Quilt Show "QUILTING... The Thread of Life" was held on April 13 & 14 at Trinity Ecumenical Parish. View a slideshow of the Quilt Show.

Our raffle quilt was made by Cindy Clark and won by Tammy Garcia. View raffle quilt.

Here are the results of the Viewer's Choice Awards (PDF). List compiled by Vicki Seekford.
Here is a slideshow of some of the award winning quilts. Photos supplied by Joyce Noell.

Thank You Note to Members from Vicki and Lori- click here.

2012 Quilt Show Committee

Quilt Show 2010

The 2010 Quilt Show, "Our Quilted Treasures," was held March 26-27 at Trinity Ecumenical Parish. The quilt show co-chairs were Joyce Moorman and Joyce Noell. A total of 160 quilts and 18 wearables were entered in the show and there were two "Bee" rooms full of quilts on display. The show drew 402 paying guests. Guild members who worked at the show attended the show for free.

View Highlights of the Quilt Show. To return to this page, close the slide show window.

Viewer's Choice Awards. Here is a list of all the Quilt Show 2010 winners (PDF) submitted by Joyce Noell: Viewer's Choice Awards List. Also, view a Slideshow of the Viewer's Choice Award Winning Quilts (photos by Joyce Noell). Be sure to scroll down the page to view the category and the winner's name. To return to this page, close the slide show window.

Raffle Quilt: The raffle quilt, "Midnight in Bloom," was won by our very own Dottie Wilson. Click here to view the Raffle Quilt.

Quilt Show Committee. The Quilt Show Committee worked hard behind the scenes to make a successful 2010 Quilt Show. Click here to learn who headed up which sub-committee.

Quilt Show 2008

Our 2008 Quilt Show "The Art of Quilting" was held at Trinity Ecumenical Parish, Moneta, April 4-5, 2008. Over 200 quilts and wearables were displayed. Special displays included antique chatelaines, quilted items made by our quilting bees and charity items made by guild members. The show drew 492 visitors.

View a Slide Show of the entire event. To return to this page, close the slide show window.

Viewers' Choice Awards (PDF). This is a complete list of all the winners for all six entry categories.

View Photos of the First Place Winning Quilts of the Viewers' Choice Awards

The Grand Door Prize was the Jamestown 400th Anniversary Quilt made by our 2007 Quilt-in-a-Year instructors. Michelle Smith of Vinton won the drawing. View the quilt.

Working hard behind the scenes was the 2008 Quilt Show Committee.

Quilt Show 2006

The 2006 Quilt Show, "FOR THE LOVE OF QUILTING," was held at Trinity Ecumenical Parish, Moneta, Virginia, March 24-25. Almost 200 quilted items were on display. The show also offered free demonstrations, hourly door prizes, and a quilt raffle. Click on the links below to see a sampling of photos of the event.

Wearable Art, Charity Bears & Quilts, Christmas Booth
The Quilts This is just a sampling of the many fabulous entries.
Demonstration Rooms Machine Embroidery, Quilting Bee, Rug Hooking
Raffle Quilt Winner
Winners of the Viewer's Choice Awards

Sandra Ferguson reports that 685 people attended the quilt show and over 120 members participated in some way. Many favorable comments were heard were heard from the visitors, and an added bonus to the excellent attendance was that the Hospitality Committee from Trinity Parish made enough money selling lunches to purchase the freezer they've been wanting.

Quilt Show 2004

Some pictures from 2004 LQG Quilt Show

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