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Posted by Randy on 2014/9/4 8:45:05 (223 reads) News by the same author

The Scrappy Quilters’ Quilt Guild of Trenton, MO is currently seeking entries for the 2014 Missouri Day Quilt Show. Quilts will be on display in the old JC Penny location in Eastgate shopping center October 17th through the 19th.
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The theme of the quilt show this year is “Back to the 80’s and Beyond…”. We are encouraging everyone to look in their closets and in old storage chests for any handmade quilted items from the 1980’s or before. The submitter of the quilt does not have to be the creator. Anyone can enter a quilt into the show. There is no charge to have a quilt entered in the show. However, there is a limit of 5 quilt entries per person. Guild president Crystal Whitaker states, “We look forward to doing an antique show this year. It is very educational to see how quilting has changed though the decades. It is also interesting to read about each quilt and it’s unique story.”


The paper quilt entry form deadline is Friday, October 3rd. This deadline is only for the paper entry. Forms can be downloaded of the Scrappy Quilters’ website scrappyquilters.com, the Chamber of Commerce office, or the Republican Times.

This form can be mailed to or dropped off at ChiroSolutions, c/o Crystal Whitaker 2910 Oklahoma Ave. , Trenton, MO 64683 There will be two quilt drop off dates, Tues. October 14th from 8am-5pm at ChiroSolutions, which is in the south end of State Farm on Oklahoma Ave, and Wednesday, October 15th in the former JC Penny location in Eastgate shopping center from 4-7pm.

Quilts entered in the show will not be officially judged. However, prizes will be awarded for viewer’s choice .

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