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2018 Quilt Show
Saugus Senior Center, 466 Central Street, Saugus, MA 01906
Show hours are Saturday, 10:00-4:00 and Sunday, 10:00-3:00

Admission is $6.00; age 12 and under Free.
Plenty of free parking.  Venue is wheelchair accessible.

- Beautiful member quilts on display
- Raffle Quilt
- Raffle Baskets
- Boutique of Unique Handmade Items- start your holday shopping here!
- Vendors
- Cafe with hotdogs, homemade desserts, and hot and cold drinks
- Quilts of Valor display and presentation
- Quilts by our future quilters, kids 12 and under
Modern Quilt Blocks".  Come to our show and take a chance to win our version of this quilt!  Tickets are $1.00
each or 6/$5.00.
Quilt Show Committee
Co-chairs: Martha Mazeika & Linda Reppucci

Announcements during the Show: Dottie Macomber
Boutique: Beverly McGrath, Gail Dwyer & Jane Amato
Cafe: Julie Legere & Paula Grenier
Decorations: Sally Nimblett & Joyce Rodenhiser
Door Prizes: Dottie Macomber
Favors:  Dottie Macomber
Publicity to other guilds:  Dottie Macomber
Quilts of Valor Liaison: Merle Gordon
Raffle Baskets: Linda Reppucci
Raffle Quilt Construction:  Martha Mazeika & Linda Reppucci
Raffle Ticket Printing & Sales: Margie Berkowitch & Dottie Macomber
Ribbon Design: Carol MacRae
Signage: Carol MacRae & Rosie Graham
Treasurer: Carmen Arnone
Vendors: Martha Mazeika
Volunteer Coordinator: Holly Petersen
Voting: Denise Moran
Challenge Category for the 2018 Quilt Show: Polaroid Block quilts

The Challenge category for this show is the Polaroid snapshot block quilts we made as part of Creative Quiltworks a year
or so ago.  In case you are a new member or did not participate at the time, the instructions are below.  How you put your
Polaroid blocks together is up to you.  There are many ideas on Pinterest and other websites; just search for Polaroid
quilt blocks.

Here is a note from Holly, who oversaw the original block project:

"At the time the blocks were themed for the months we handed them out; however, the folks that went on to make more
than 12 blocks did not necessarily stick to the theme.  People should feel free to use whatever fabric pictures [or novelty
prints] they would like to use to make their blocks.  I know some went on to make larger quilts so the themes are just
there for reference."
Quilt Show Sponsors

Coats & Clark
Creative Grids
Fairfield Processing
Fons & Porter
Havel's Sewing (scissors and other cutting tools)
Hobbs Bonded Fibers
Keepsake Quilting
Little Pup Designs, Lunenburg, MA
Mary Rose's Quilts & Treasures, Reading, MA
Nancy's Notions
Olfa
Paper Pieces
Prym, makers of Omnigrid rulers and mats
Red Barn Sewing & Yarn Center, Merrimac, MA
Quilters Common, Wakefield
Saugus Garden Club
Sulky of America
Trader Joe's of Saugus
Victorian Cupboard Sewing Studio, Salem, NH
The Warm Company
Boutique Forms
If you are planning to submit handmade items to our consignment boutique at the show, please see the
guidelines and forms below.  If you have any questions, contact Bev McGrath, Gail Dwyer or Jane Amato.