Hammersmith Quilters Guild
Quilt Block Clip Art
compliments of
Dawn's Quilting Clip Art.
Visit her at:
At the New England Quilt Museum: "THE QUILTED CANVAS II"
On View Now through July 8, 2018- Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00-4:00
"Maine Quilts" presented by the Pine Tree Quilters Guild, Inc.
July 26-28, 2018 with Champagne Preview on Wed. July 25
Augusta Civic Center, 76 Community Drive, Augusta, Maine 04330

Special exhibits, workshops, vendors, merchants mall, demonstrations, lectures, raffle
quilt, judged and non-judged quilt entries, "Bee Sew Inspired" Challenge

Admission: $10 daily, $15 multi-day, age 12 and under free with paid adult

For more information:
Merrimack Valley Quilters present the 2018 Quilt Show, "Stellar"
Friday & Saturday, September 28 & 29, 9:00-4:00
Hope Church, 11 Hale Street, Newburyport, MA

Over 150 quilts on display, unique vendors, fabulous food, handmade boutique, penny
raffle, silent auction, special exhibits

Handicapped Accessible with Ample Parking

For more information:
Merrimack Valley Quilters
Hammersmith Quilters Guild Quilt Show
Saturday and Sunday, October 20 & 21, 2018  Sat 10-4, Sun 10-3
Saugus Senior Center, 466 Central St, Saugus, MA 01906

Admisstion $6, age 12 and under free with paid adult

For more information about our show, see the Quilt Show tab on this website.
Hands Across the Valley Quilter’s Guild
17th Biennial Hands All Around Quilt Show
April 6-7, 2019

UMASS Amherst Campus Center
One Campus Center Way at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
10:00 – 4:00 each day
(opening for the physically challenged at 9:30 am)

Admission to the show:
Adults- $10, 12 and under FREE (when accompanied by paid attendee)
Students and Military- $5.00 (must show ID)

Group Discounts:  YES! For groups of 25 or more, tickets are $7.00 each for admission if
the tickets are ordered and paid for by March 1, 2019.  $6.00 if ordered and paid for by
October 1, 2018.  Contact Carolyn Croteau at croteau71@charter.net to organize your

Raffle Quilt – “Black and White and Leaves All Over”, made by HAVQG members.
Raffle Baskets – Themed baskets full of carefully selected items will be raffled off to
support charitable causes.
Vendors – We will have many vendors displaying their wares.
Mini-Quilt sale – A variety of small and mini-quilts featuring traditional and contemporary
designs will be available for purchase.
Viewer’s Choice Quilt Challenge – “For the Love of the Book”
Demonstrations – HAVQG members and show vendors will offer live quilt demonstrations
throughout both days of the show at no additional charge. Learn a new technique, see
the latest products, and find an answer to the question, “How did they do that?”
Food – Multiple food concessions are available in the same building as the show.

Burlington Quilters' Guild 2018 Quilt Show
October 20 & 21

More information to be posted later
Clamshell Quilt Guild presents "Quilts All Around the Town 2018"
Saturday, August 4, 9 am - 5 pm; Sunday August 5, 10 am - 4 pm
Connecticut College Student Center, Mohegan Avenue, New London, CT

Admission $10 or $15 for both days

Speaker/Teacher: Gyleen Fitzgerald
Full day workshop "Trash to Treasure" on Saturday, Lecture/Trunk Show on Sunday at
11 am

Boutique, Mystery Grab Bag, Basket Drawings, Vendors, Demos, Raffle Quilt

Buses Welcome

For more information:  
Bayberry Quilters of Cape Cod present their 37th Annual Quilt Show
Thursday-Saturday, August 2-4, 2018
Barnstable High School, Hyannis, MA

Exhibit of 330+ quilts; 25+ vendors; handcrafted boutique items; daily lectures & demos;
and more!

$10 Show Pass

For more information see the show flyer:
Bayberry Quilters Show Poster
September 15-16, 2018
Saturday, 9-5, Sunday, 9-4
Mount Anthony Union Middle School
747 East Road, Bennington, VT
Presented by Quiet Valley Quilters Guild

New Quilts, Demonstrations, Quilt Raffle, Challenge Quilts, Special Exhibit, Vendors,
Quiltfest Cafe

Featured Quilter and Lecturer: Lynn Wheatley

Admission $7.00
Handicapped Accessible

For more information:
Also at the Museum: BEYOND THE BORDER WALL: The Migrant Quilt
Project​, May 1 - July 18, 2018

This thought-provoking exhibition is the collaborative effort of artists, quiltmakers, and
activists to express compassion for migrants from Mexico and Central America who have
died in Southern Arizona deserts on their way to create better lives for themselves and
their families. Materials in the quilts were collected at sites used for rest and shelter along
established trails in the Sonoran Desert. ​

Between 2004 and 2005, a record number of 282 migrants perished in the Tucson Border
Patrol Sector, the region between New Mexico and Yuma. The increase in deaths moved
Jody Ipsen to take action to alleviate the tragic loss of life. As she hiked remote migrant
trails with fellow humanitarians, Jody realized that the textile-based discards could be used
to make quilts to communicate the reality of migrants’ deaths. She reached out to
quiltmakers to create quilts from the blue jeans, bandanas, work shirts and embroidered
cloths she gathered in the desert. Quilts represent deaths from each year since 2000,
when the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office began documenting the names of
deceased migrants.

​Each Migrant Quilt lists the deaths for a specific federal fiscal year, coinciding with the U.
S. government’s record-keeping. The name of each individual who died that year is
inscribed on the quilt, with the word “unknown” or “desconocido” used to designate an
unidentified person’s remains. Quiltmakers are free to design their quilts however they
desire. Many include traditional Mexican iconography, motifs, and embroidery. Displayed
together for the first time, The Migrant Quilt Project exhibition is a beautiful tribute to those
memorialized in its works.
Torrid Dwelling by Molly Upton, 1974
Coastline by Susan Hoffman, 1975
The New England Quilt Museum is proud to present THE QUILTED CANVAS II, an
exhibition of works from America's most innovative and influential contemporary quilt
artists of the 1970s: Molly Upton, Susan Hoffman, Beth Gutcheon and Jeffrey Gutcheon.  
Rejecting traditional quilting patterns and motifs, these artists applied a fine arts
perspective to their original quilt designs.  Their work was groundbreaking in its
complexity, graphic quality, and unique use of color that elevated quilt making to an art.
3rd Annual Connections Quilt Festival, October 25-26-27, 2018
New Location: Westford Regency Hotel, Westford, MA

Classes, lectures, exhibits, shopping, networking opportunities and more!

For more information, sign up for our newsletter at:

ConnectionsQuiltFestival.com  and on facebook as ConnectionsQuiltFestival
Mancuso's World Quilt New England, Quilt Show & Merchants Mall
Center of New Hampshire
700 Elm St., Manchester, NH 03101

The Merchants Mall and Quilt Show daily hours will be:

Show Hours
Thursday, August 16      10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday, August 17            10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, August 18       10:00 am to 5:00 pm

World Quilt New England features the Quilt Show and an exciting Merchants Mall offering
the best in fabrics, notions, machines, contemporary and antique quilts, textiles, quilting
supplies, books, sewing related craft items, kits, clothing and much, much more.

Admission Tickets
Admission for non-registered participants is $13.00, includes re-admission and can be
purchased on-site only during show hours. Accompanied children under the age of 16 are
admitted free. Admission for all days is included with event pre-registration. Discounts for
groups of 20 or more can be arranged by calling (215) 862-5828.

There are also workshops and lectures.

For full information about the show, see
World Quilt New England