Quilt Show 2015 -

 A RUBY JUBILEE


     Celebrating Red River Revel's 40th Anniversary

 

Our 2015 quilt show, "A Ruby Jubilee - Celebrating Red River Revel's 40th Anniversary", will challenge you to make a quilt with your own interpretation of Ruby Jubilee.  You will need to write a short story about how you used reds in your quilt.  The challenge will be judged the same as it has been in the past, but there will be an additional ribbon this year given by the committee for the quilt we think best meets the challenge.  The show will also include special exhibits, a silent auction, a vendor mall and, of course, quilts!  The show will be held October 2-4 at Riverview Hall in Shreveport, LA (click for map) in conjunction with the Red River Revel Arts Festival.  Hours are Friday 10-6, Saturday 11-6 and Sunday 11-4.





For more information see the following:

 

General Info

 

Donation Quilt

 

Quilt Show Challenge

 

Silent Auction

 

Guild Booth

 

Vendors

 

Sponsors

 

Special Exhibit

 

Special Members' Exhibit

 


Guidelines and Entry Forms for the 2015 Quilt Show will be available at a later date.  They will be in PDF format and can be viewed with Adobe Reader.  Please note that the printable size of each form is 8.5 by 14 inches (legal-sized paper).


    


   

   

   

    

     

 

 

 

 

  

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                           

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Every quilter loves a good quilt show and what makes a good quilt show great is the dedication of the volunteers who put it together!  Red River Quilters produces an annual quilt show in conjunction with the Red River Revel Arts Festival.  There are lots of ways to participate:

 

·   Join the planning committee (meets monthly during the year)

·  Help with set-up/takedown the weekend of the show

·   Volunteer during the show (from “white gloving” to ticket sales to door greeters, there’s a place for your talents) 

 

And most of all, enter your quilts!  All members are encouraged to submit their quilts.  Nervous about having your work judged by a professional quilt show judge?  Simply skip reading the critique sheet.  A quilt show is really like a huge “Show & Tell”.  Think of your quilt inspiring someone else to go home and start sewing.  What better compliment could there be?

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The Quilt Show Committee is:

 

Quilt Show Chair..........................

Co-Chairman................................

Preview Night Awards Banquet...

Donation Quilt Tickets.................

Quilt Show Entries.......................

Volunteers...................................

Donations....................................

Publicity.......................................

Silent Auction..............................

Hospitality...................................

Vendors.......................................

Special Exhibits..........................

Special Members Exhibit.............

Announcements............................

Guild Booth....................................

Hanging and Take Down...............

Photography/DVD Production.....

Program..........................................

 

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