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Checklist for Entering a Quilt in the Quilt Show

1 – Read the quilt show rules in the QuiltFest Brochure or click here

2 – Send your entry form to the by August 15, 2019.  If you are submitting electronically, print out your entry form.  If you are using the form provided in this brochure, pleases make 2 copies of your entry form.  Keep one copy for yourself and attach one copy to the back of your quilt.  Note on the entry form if you will be delivering your quilt on Monday, September 16.  We recognize some quilts will be coming from other shows, such as the State Fair, and we will be accepting quilts in the lobby at the Davis Conference Center between 3-5 pm on September 16.  You must identify your quilt on your entry form as coming in during this timeframe

3 – Have your quilt completed with proper sleeve and label.  Click here for instructions on making a sleeve.  Be sure to scroll down, to the bottom of the page. 

4. – When delivering your quilt, attach a copy of the entry form to the bag you are using to deliver your quilt.  Paper or plastic bags please.  You will not get back the same bag you delivered your quilt in. 

5. – Deliver your quilt(s) to selected shops before September 7, 2019 (Shops will be identified in the July and August Beeline) or you can mail or deliver you quilts by September 10 to :  Louise Mudd, 1120 E 2550 N, Layton, UT  84040   If you are delivering in person, please call first (home 801-771-9379, cell 385-445-8500)  If you are delivering the quilt to the Davis Conference Center on Monday, September 16, make sure that is identifies on your entry form.  Otherwise, late quilts will not be accepted.


Remember, the show will end on Saturday September 21, 2019. 
You may pick up your quilt after 3:30 pm, at the lobby entrance to the Stratus room. 
Please bring a copy of your entry form to pick up your quilt.


The Utah Quilt Guild (UQG) is a non-profit organization formed in 1977 to encourage, promote and preserve the art of quilt making in Utah.

 To achieve these goals, the UQG fosters an appreciation of fine quilts, sponsors and supports quilt shows, teaches quilt making and seeks out and preserves the history of quilting and quilt makers.