Quilts from the Village 2019

 

The 2019 Quilts from the Village show will be held the first Friday and Saturday of October, 2019.

Friday, October 4, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, October 5, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Admission $7.00
Seniors $6.00
Children under 12 free

Location

Libertyville Sports Complex
1950 Highway 45
Libertyville, Illinois

Over 250 quilts on display, with a silent auction, members boutique, merchant market, and the drawing for our raffle quilt. We're looking forward to another great show!

Quilts of Valor Presentation

Saturday, 1:00 pm

The mission of the Quilts of Valor Foundation is to cover service members and veterans touched by war with comforting and healing Quilts of Valor. Guild members have been working all year to make these special quilts. On Saturday, October 5th, 2019, at 1:00pm, quilts will be awarded to service members and veterans at Quilts from the Village.

Vendors

Advance Raffle Quilt Tickets on Sale at these Locations

Raffle tickets are on sale now for our 2019 raffle quilt, “Village Glacier Star”.

September 19: Libertyville Farmers Market (weather permitting)
September 21-22: Stade Farm Arts & Crafts Fair, 3709 Miller Rd. McHenry, IL

Village Glacier Star is 90 inches square, made in blue, white, and gray with bright accent colors. The effect is like looking at a piece of the night sky through an illuminated dome.

The quilt top was designed by Judy Niemeyer Quilting and Quiltworx.com. The digital quilting designs were made by Peak to Prairie Quilting. Barb Jolley machine quilted it using Quilters Dream request cotton batting and Quilters Dream Wool Batting.

Members of Village Quilter made this quilt. Madge Pierce, Barb Jolley, Kearstie Grenier, Barbara Peterson and Andrea Krier selected the pattern and the palette using the Quiltster program under guidance from Barbara Peterson. Jane Reents donated the pattern and papers. Varios members paper-pieced the flying geese units and assembled it under the direction of Barbara Peterson. Andrea Krier volunteered her home for the many sewing sessions necessary to complete it. Barb Jolley added the piped binding and five people hand-sewed the binding.


Viewer’s choice winners from our most recent show