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Grunge Wood

The Northern Shenandoah Valley Quilt Show


That's a wrap!

Our 2024 quilt show was the biggest ever! We "took over" the entire Parks & Rec building which enabled us to add more quilts, more vendors, a quieter space for demonstrations, space to have a special exhibit honoring local quilt legend, Margie Hockman, space to award quilts to local vetrans through QUilts of Valor...more everything!

Our efforts were rewarded with a paid attendance total of 1747 adults! This does not include children (who were mesmeried by the quilts), honored guests, sponsors, and volunteers.

We give heartfelt thanks to all who came to our show, to the staff at the Clarke County Parks & Rec for being so helpful, to our sponsors (check them out at the bottom of the page), to the families of the committee members whose lives revolved around the show for four days straight, to all of our volunteers, to our awesome vendors....the list goes on and on. 

Our show truly is a community effort - it brings our local quilters together for the common purpose of showcasing the talents and creativity that they have perfected in a dazzling display of artistry. 

2024 Best in Show

        & 3rd Place General Entry

Winner: Love of Baltimore
Made by Sandy Sperry 

"I have always loved Baltimore Album quilts and applique. This was on my quilting bucket list for a long time. I bought the pattern that was a fundraiser while at a quilt show years ago. It took me 10 years to make it, but it is well worth it! Each quilt block had it's own challenge and I believe my skills improved over time."  

Design Source: Mary Mannakee Quilt by the Baltimore Applique Society

Techniques used: Hand Applique, Longarm Quilted

Quilter’s Name: Custom Quilted by Mickey Sienko

Size: 98 x 98


For our 2024 quilt show we were thrilled to once again have local businesses partner with us in showcasing our local quilt artisans. Their generosity enabled us to make needed improvements and help keep the cost of attending our show to a minimum. We cannot express how much we appreciate the support of the following local businesses who joined us in promoting the art of quilting in our community. Please click on their logos to learn more about their business.

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Additionally, our show was partially supported by funding from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the town of Berryville, Virginia. We are deeply appreciative of their support which helps us in our endeavor to highlight and promote the art of quilting in our community.
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