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Quilting on the Red

2011

Quilting on the Red Quilt Show North Star Quilters Guild PO Box 5814 Grand Forks ND 58206

Quilt Show Registration and Quilt Entry Booklet

Saturday - Sunday, October 15-16, 2011 Alerus Center 1200 - 42nd St. South Grand Forks, North Dakota

presented by

North Star Quilters Guild

www.northstarquilters.org [email protected]

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The North Star Quilters Guild is pleased to invite you to our 2011 Quilting on the Red Quilt Show. The North Star Quilters Guild was founded in 1981 as an educational organization by a group of enthusiastic quilters whose skills ranged from beginner to expert. The purpose of the guild is to share ideas and knowledge about quilting, inspire enthusiasm and growth, develop skills, maintain ideas and standards, and promote interest in and appreciation of the world of quilting. This past year we began a new adventure with a very successful Educational Conference which featured local, regional and national instructors. This year we look forward to a wonderful quilt show, featured speakers, shopping at vendors from area quilt shops and most of all meeting and visiting with you. The quilt show will be open Saturday, October 15 from 9:00am-7:00pm and Sunday, October 16, from 9:00am4:00pm. Daily admission is $5.00. Children under 12 are free. Our venue this year is the Grand Forks Alerus Convention Center. We were thrilled with the facility at last year's education conference and are excited about its possibilities at this year's quilt show. We hope you agree and enjoy the show.

Special Exhibits

Comparison Quilts presented by the Red River Machine Quilters Area Teachers Charter Member Quilts The 2011 Raffle Quilt, a beautiful quilt in blue and green batiks reminds us of a beautiful turquoise sea. The proceeds from this quilt will benefit the Salvation Army and the North Star Quilters Guild. Tickets are available for $2 each. Silent Auction: Donated quilted items will be offered in a silent auction to benefit Northlands Rescue Mission. See page 14 for an entry form. Hospitality Area offers coffee, snacks, a place to rest. Volunteers Help is needed in a variety of areas at the show. It takes many people to make this show successful. Thank you.

Vendors A wide variety of vendors' booths will be at the show to shop for your favorite quilting supplies. This year's vendors include: Designer Fabrics,

Carrington, ND Red Button Quilt Co, Bemidji, MN Faye's Henhouse Quilts, Mayville, ND Heavenly Stitches, Grand Forks, ND Quilter's Cottage, Fergus Falls, MN Quilter's Eden, East Grand Forks, MN Quilt Essentials, Devils Lake, ND Quilted in Clay, Alvarado, MN Sew Broadway, Crookston, MN Stone Ridge Quilting, Enderlin, ND

The Quilt and Craft Boutique features quilting related items, previously owned notions, supplies, fabrics, unfinished items, and finished quilts available for purchase. Items have been donated or consigned by North Star Quilters Guild members. Come browse this area while visiting our show.

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Quilting on the Red Quilt Show SILENT AUCTION "Sharing Our Gifts" ENTRY FORM Benefiting NORTHLANDS RESCUE MISSION

Proceeds from the Silent Auction will be donated to support the Northlands Rescue Mission. Please support this non-profit agency (selected by the North Star Quilters Guild membership) by donating an item to the Silent Auction or by making a bid on an item during the show! This year's Silent Auction "Sharing Our Gifts" will be held on October 15th and 16th. Two sets of silent auction items will be featured for bidding. Bidding will close on one set of items at 3:00pm on Saturday and the other set of items at 3:00pm on Sunday. We invite you to donate a quilt related item to our Silent Auction. Examples of items you might consider donating include (but aren't limited to): Art Quilts, Totebags, Table Runners, Gardening Aprons, Quilted Wearables, Quilted Novelty Items, Jellies/Jams, Holiday Items. Use your creative ideas!! Please print the following requested information. Donated by: ___________________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________________________ Phone: ____________________________________________________________ Email Address: __________________________________________________ Title or Item Description: __________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ We appreciate any donations!! In the past, we have found that items usually sell in the range of $30.00 to $40.00. Donations can be dropped off at the Alerus Center when you bring your quilts for the show, or drop them off at any time at 407 24 th Ave. So. (Diane Sherlock 775-2438), 24 Rivers Edge Dr. (JoAnn Spitzer 772-0081) both in Grand Forks, or 44036 120th St. SW, EGF (4 miles north on Hwy 220, 1 mile east of EGF Ilene Sherlock 773-8344). Late donations (no entry form submitted prior to event) will be accepted at the show. ** There will be no judging category for Silent Auction items. Items are strictly a donation. THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing your gifts!!! Send entry form by Saturday, October 1, 2011 to: Ilene Sherlock 44036 120th St. SW East Grand Forks, MN 56721 JoAnn Spitzer 24 Rivers Edge Dr. Grand Forks, ND 58201 Diane Sherlock 407 24th Ave. So. Grand Forks, ND 58201

Meet Our Presenters Yvonne Hollenbeck

- South Dakota www.yvonnehollenbeck.com

Yvonne Hollenbeck is a Clearfield, South Dakota rancher's wife, and whenever she is not helping with the many duties that requires, she is busy making quilts or writing and performing poetry. She is not only from a long line of quilters, but her grandmothers were also poets, and Yvonne apparently inherited the two skills from them. Both hobbies have taken her to national levels, as her quilts have won local, state and national contests and her poetry has garnered her a spot on the largest cowboy poetry gatherings in the nation. Yvonne is currently the number one award-winning cowgirl poet in America and has published four books and numerous CDs involving her poetry, several of which are also award winners. Reflections of our lives occur as one sees the quilts made by loving hands at a time when there was no running water, electricity or modern conveniences that we enjoy today. All of the quilts were made on farms and ranches in Nebraska and South Dakota. Her poetry, mostly of a humorous nature, sheds light on today's little problems while being ever mindful of the hardships and big problems faced by the women of yesteryear.

Kate Eelkema -

St. Paul, Minnesota

Kate Eelkema returns to Quilting on the Red Quilt Show as this year's nationally certified judge. In 2003 Kate assisted nationally certified judge, Cindy Erickson, as part of her certification process. Since then Kate, originally from North Dakota, has moved to St. Paul where she is an elementary school media specialist. Kate is active in the Minnesota Quilters and serves on the Minnesota Quilt Show Committee. She enjoys combining her background in education with her love of quilting to help others create their own works of art. A National Quilt Association Certified Judge, she judges quilt shows, teaches quiltmaking workshops, gives lectures about various aspects of quilting and always has quilts hanging on the walls of her library. In addition to judging this year's show, Kate will present two lectures on Saturday. Quilting on the Red Quilt Show 2011 3

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Lectures

Yvonne Hollenbeck

Patchwork on the Prairie

**No quilting experience required Yvonne unfolds and shows five generations of quilts spanning 135 years, which were made by herself, her mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother and great-great-grandmother, and recites poems about quilts and quilters. By the end of the presentation, one will be able to see the progression of style, fabric and methods of quilting through the last one hundred fifty years. This heartwarming and entertaining presentation has become one of the most requested programs in the Heartland. Yvonne has a way of making her family memories invoke your own as she tells of "The Old Felt Hat," "The Annual Christmas Program" and "Prairie Patchwork." Friday, 7:00 pm

14. Junior Quilters Quilts or quilted items made by a person 18 years of age or younger regardless of size or technique. Youth quilts may be tied. A or B 15. Special Technique Includes cross stitch, embroidery, whole cloth, crazy patch, cathedral window, trapunto, cheater cloth, faux chenille, photo transfer, non-traditional, and mixed techniques. Please specify special technique used on entry form. A or B 16. Original Design Entries in this category must be designed by the entrant. Traditional blocks used in innovative ways may fit into this category, but unusual coloration alone does not constitute an original design. No size or technique limitations apply, but all workmanship must be by the entering artist(s). Commercial pattern designs are not eligible for this category. A or B 17. Novice Quilters Special category for quilters who are new to quilting. Please no teachers or advanced quilters. A or B

Quilters and non-quilters will enjoy this program.

Kate Eelkema

Here Comes the Judge

Saturday, 3:00-4:00 pm

When you attend a quilt show, do you wonder why some quilts have ribbons and others do not? Do you hesitate to enter a quilt competition because you don't know what happens in that judging room? This is your chance to hear a nationally certified quilt judge explain what judges look for in the judging room, what it takes to make a blue ribbon quilt, and why it is important to enter quilt shows even if you don't win.

18. Non-Judged Entries are for display only and will not be judged.

What Next? Finishing School for Your Quilt

Saturday, 7:00­8:00 pm You have finished creating your quilt top--now what? Join Kate as she shares great tips and hints for the finishing "Bs" ­ Borders, Batting, Backing, Basting, and Binding. This is important information that you don't usually have time to learn in a quilt class, but which can greatly increase the quality of your finished project. 4 Quilting on the Red Show 2011 Quilting on the Red Quilt Show 2011 13

Quilt Entry Categories

A. One person quilt: Any quilt completely constructed and quilted by only one person. B. Two person quilt: Any quilt that two people worked on, in any way. This includes quilting done for hire. Small (Total perimeter less than 100") Medium (Total perimeter 100199") Large (Total perimeter 200-299") Bed Size (Total perimeter 300+")

Registration Form

Name ________________________________________________________ Address ______________________________________________________ City ______________________________ State Zip Code _________________________ Phone ____________________ Email ________________________________________________________ Deadline for registration is September 15, 2011. Current NSQG Members as of July 15,2011 who pre-register for lectures will receive a multi-day admission for $5. Please indicate which lectures you will attend. Return your registration early. All fees must accompany your registration. An email confirmation will be sent after we receive your payment in full. All payments are in US Dollars.

1. Hand Quilted Entries can be any size. hand. A or B

Quilting must be done by

Hand Appliqué Entries feature hand appliqué work. 2. Small, Medium, Large Quilt. A or B 3. Bed Size Quilt. A or B Machine Appliqué Entries feature appliqué work done by machine. 4. Small, Medium, Large Quilt. A or B 5. Bed Size Quilt. A or B 6. 7. 8. 9. Pieced Quilts Small Quilt. A or B Medium Quilt. A or B Large Wall or Lap Quilt. A or B Bed Size Quilt. A or B

Lectures Yvonne Hollenbeck

Cost: $15 Patchwork on the Prairie; Friday, 7:00 pm (Includes a "Sneak-Peak" to the Quilt Show, 5:00-7:00 pm)

Kate Eelkema

Cost: $5 each

10. Miniature Quilts Must be a miniature version of a large quilt, less than 15" x 15". A or B 11. Group Quilts Made by 3 or more persons, any size, technique or quilting method. 12. Children's Theme/Crib Quilts Intended use would be for a child's room either as a wall hanging or a small bed quilt. A or B 13. Garments/Household Accessories Items include quilted clothing and wearable accessories, table runners, kitchen or sewing room accessories, pillows, etc. A or B 12 Quilting on the Red Show 2011 _________

Here Comes the Judge; Saturday Afternoon, 3:00 pm What Next? Saturday Evening, 7:00 pm Guild Member Multi-Day Admission $5 Total Amount Enclosed

Make check or money order (US funds) payable to North Star Quilters Guild. ***Funds drawn on Canadian Banks (including money orders) must include an additional $5 to cover bank fees. Mail lecture registrations in an envelope separate from your quilt entry to: ATTN: Registration 3418 Cherry Lynn Dr. Grand Forks, ND 58201 Quilting on the Red Quilt Show 2011 5

Quilting on the Red 2011 Quilt Show Guidelines

Entering Quilts & Delivery 1. One entry form and a $5.00 entry fee per quilt must be submitted for each item entered. Entry forms must be postmarked by September 15, 2011. Mail the entry forms to: Quilt Show Bobbie Shields 3418 Cherry Lynn Dr. Grand Forks ND 58201 You may duplicate the entry form as needed. 2. Items are to be hand carried to the Alerus Center, 1200 - 42nd Street South, Grand Forks, ND on Wednesday, October 12, 12:007:00pm. Shipped items should be received by October 10 with return shipping in the amount of $15 enclosed with your entry fee. Ship items to: Quilt Show Jane Solseng 5316 Chestnut St Grand Forks ND 58201 Quilt Display & Judging 3. Entries may be limited depending on available space. Entries exhibited for judging in previous North Star Quilters Guild quilt shows will not be accepted. 4. The North Star Quilters Guild reserves the right to place quilts in a more appropriate category or to consolidate categories if there are insufficient entries in a single category. 5. The North Star Quilters Guild reserves the right to refuse quilts that are not clean, smell of smoke, covered with pet hair, or are otherwise not suitable for display. Security 6. The North Star Quilters Guild and The Alerus Center will not be responsible for any damage, loss, or theft. Check your homeowner's or renter's insurance for coverage. Contact your insurance agent for further information. Keep a photo and description to substantiate any possible claim. During show hours guild members and helpers will patrol the display area and there is security provided by The Alerus Center. After hours The Alerus Center and Quilt Show Exhibit Area are locked.

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Awards 7. First, second, and third place ribbons will be awarded in each category. An additional prize of $50.00 will be awarded for Viewers' Choice, Judge's Choice, and Best of Show. Additional prizes by vendors or local businesses may also be awarded. 8. The North Star Quilters Guild reserves the right not to award ribbons if specific criteria are not met. The quilt show judge may decide whether there will be duplicate ribbons awarded in any category and may make special awards. 9. Items will be photographed by the North Star Quilters Guild for archival purposes. 10. Show hours are Saturday, October 15, 9:00am-7:00pm and Sunday, October 16, 9:00am-4:00pm at The Alerus Center, 1200 - 42nd St South, Grand Forks, ND. Quilt Return 11. Quilts must be picked up between 5:00pm-6:00pm on Sunday, October 16 at The Alerus Center. Your quilt may be shipped by providing a return label and a separate check written to North Star Quilters Guild for $15 to cover shipping costs. If you have any questions write: Quilting on the Red Quilt Show 3418 Cherry Lynn Dr. Grand Forks, ND 58201 Or contact: [email protected] Ginger Trzynka (701) 795-9106 Bobbie Shields (701) 775-5310 Jane Solseng (701) 772-6232

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QUILT INFORMATION SHEET

_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Please limit to 100 words or less.

Please provide the following information for display labels. Space may be limited and we may have to edit the description to fit allowable space. Name City State

Quilt Title: Description of quilt: Please include information you feel is appropriate in describing your quilt such as its history, who made it, when it was made, anything you feel would be of interest. If this is a group quilt, please include all who contributed to the quilt. People viewing your quilt enjoy learning about the background and techniques used. Thank you for sharing your quilt entry for others to enjoy.

_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________

Quilt Show Committee Use Entry # _________________ Quilt category ___________ Prize awarded____________ Fee paid ________________

_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________

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2011 Quilting on the Red Quilt Show Entry Form

Thank you for sharing your quilt so others may enjoy it at our quilt show. Entry Due by September 15, 2011 $5 per entry

Size:

Width: ____________ Length: _________________ Perimeter total: ____________

Do you plan to:

_____ Hand deliver quilt _____ Ship quilt entry _____ Pick up quilt entry _____ Have quilt return shipped (include $15 postage and shipping label)

Quilted items must be picked up between 5:00­6:00pm, Sunday, October 16, at The Alerus Center, 1200 42nd Street South, Grand Forks, ND. Name ________________________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________________ City __________________________________________ State __________ Zip _______________ Phone ____________________________________ Email ________________________________________________________ Quilt Title: _________________________________________________ __

(Include a description of your quilt on the back of this page.)

Quilts should be brought to The Alerus Center, 1200 42nd Street South on Wednesday, October 12, 12:00-7:00pm. If you cannot bring in your quilt, please ship it to Jane Solseng, 5316 Chestnut St., Grand Forks, ND 58201 to arrive no later than October 10. YOU WILL BE GIVEN A CLAIM TICKET THAT MUST BE PRESENTED WHEN YOU PICK UP YOUR QUILT. Disclaimer of Responsibility: Reasonable care will be taken by the North Star Quilters Guild to assure the safe care of all entries during exhibition. Entrants are responsible for their own insurance. I hereby agree that neither the North Star Quilters Guild, any of its members, nor The Alerus Center shall be responsible for any loss, theft, or damage to any article exhibited by me. Exhibitor's Signature: _________________________________________ Date: _________________________ (This form may be duplicated for additional entries.)

Category #: _____

Category Description: ____________________

Age of Youth (Category 14): _____ Pattern Source: ____________________________________________ __

(Copyright restrictions require that we give credit to the pattern source.)

Special Technique Used: ____________________________________ __ (The quilt show committee, along with the quilt show judge, reserves the right to move a quilt to another category if it is deemed more appropriate.) Check quilting method: _____ Hand Quilted _____ Machine Quilted on Home Machine _____ Machine Quilted on Long Arm Machine

Pieced by: _____________________________________________________ Quilted by: __________________________________________________ Owned by: ____________________________________________________ 8 Quilting on the Red Show 2011

Please mail a check in US Funds for $5 along with the entry form postmarked no later than September 15, 2011 to: Quilting on the Red Quilt Show Bobbie Shields 3418 Cherry Lynn Dr Grand Forks, ND 58201 The entry fee must be included with this form or it will be returned. ***Funds drawn on Canadian Banks (including money orders) must include an additional $5 to cover bank fees.

For Quilt Show Committee Use Only Prize Awarded ___________ Entry # _______________ Quilt Category ________________ Quilting on the Red Quilt Show 2011 9

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