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WHAT IS THE NORTHERN SHENANDOAH VALLEY QUILT SHOW?
The Northern Shenandoah Valley Quilt Show is put on biennially by four local quilt groups. The purpose is to showcase the quilting talent in the Shenandoah Valley and provide a venue for quilters to come together, see new techniques, and enjoy the fruits of their labor. We hope to keep the art of quilting alive by sparking the interest of the next generation who come to the show. Furthermore, we love to see non-quilters coming to our show because they are always amazed by the talented artists in our area. At our show, you will see traditional quilts and modern quilts, tiny quilts and huge quilts, ones that are quilted by hand and ones that are quilted by machine, quilts for beds and quilts for walls, as well as quilts as wearable art. Quilting has evolved and changed a lot over the decades…prepare to be amazed!
This year we will be having two raffles! As usual, we will raffle a beautiful quilt made by a committee member. In addition, we were able to obtain a Featherweight sewing machine to be raffled off! The drawings will be held the last day of the show, Sunday, April 24, 2022. The winners do not need to be present to win.
This year’s quilt is the “Rainbow Hosta” an intricate and vibrantly stunning quilt designed by Judy Neimeyer. This 100” x 100” quilt was pieced and custom quilted by Elaine Breiner. Tickets will be available at the Cloth Peddler in Stephen’s City and the Scrappy Apple in Winchester starting in March 2020. Tickets can also be purchased from committee members and at the show. Additionally, you may see us at festivals and quilt shows with the quilt
and tickets to sell!
This Featherweight machine was born c.1964 in Great Britain and still has her original case! We don’t know the entire history of this beautiful sewing machine, but it is believed that the motor may not be original. However, the most recent owner had it completely overhauled by a Featherweight specialist about three years ago…this machine is ready to run! Tickets are available directly from committee members
and at the show.
The 2019 Show was full of beautiful quilts and wonderful vendors! The winner of the 2019 Best in Show was Mary Brookfield with her quilt, “Down the Rabbit Hole”. Click on the photo to read about Mary and her winning quilt! To see more of the winning quilts from this show, as well as earlier shows, please check out our Gallery.
Happy Birthday to us! This next show will be the 40th Anniversary of the very first Northern Shenandoah Valley Quilt Show! We are working on a few surprises for that show. If you would like to read about how we got started and how the show has changed through the years, check out our show History.