2017 Quilt Show

Westside Quilters Guild 2017 Quilt Show

Large quilts in the atrium
Sat - Sun, Oct. 7 & 8 from 10 to 4
at Tuality Health Education Center 
334 SE 8th at Baseline, Hillsboro OR 

Admission $6 
Print this and bring it for discount!











    Free parking in the                 adjacent garage, or take         the MAX to Tuality Hospital.

Featured Quilters: 
Violet Craft  speaking daily at 11am


Violet Craft
Violet is a licensed fabric designer and distributes her own line of sewing patterns. She was born in the Old West, where she pursued her education in business and finance.The start of her career in software development brought her to the Pacific Northwest where, to quote Violet, "I bagged my man, feathered my nest and stitched it all together." Always drawn to art, craft and make-ing, the birth of her first child compelled Violet to ditch a corporate career and seek out her passion.

Violet's children's apparel line,
Violet's quilt
Kung Fu Bambini, 
reached boutiques in 2004. Her first fabric collection debuted with Michael Miller Fabrics in 2011, along with the first Violet Craft Distinctive Lifestyle Sewing Patterns. Violet continues to develop patterns and products, and recently launched her first sewing notion, the Violet Craft Seam Roller. She has just debuted Palm Canyon, her second fabric collection with Robert Kaufman, and continues to teach sewing and design across the country.

AnnMarie Cowley  speaking daily at 1pm

AnnMarie Cowley with
one of her selvage quilts
  AnnMarie, long-time member of WQG and     prolific modern quilter, has just been             featured in the July/August issue of Modern   Patchwork Magazine. She often uses             commercial patterns, but she loves a good   challenge. Have you ever wanted to enter a   quilt challenge, but felt too challenged?         AnnMarie will share a variety of her             challenge quilting experiences along with a   trunk show. 

AnnMarie's quilt

When Ann Marie is not at work, sewing, or hand stitching in the passenger seat, you can find her backpacking around Mt. Hood, running or biking.  





All Things Oregon raffle quilt 
Also at the show:
  • Our 2017 raffle quilt            All Things Oregon
  • Over 150 quilts
  • Vendors including: 
      Sew Happy Quilts 
      Alderwood Quilts
      Chase Quilts
      Threadmongers
  • Door Prizes and Baskets
  • Blooming Boutique guild-made items and more






From Marcia's collection
  • Doll display         Including antique through modern dolls with doll quilts and even a few of their beds, from Marcia Elliott's collection of over 25 years.








A happy Quilts for Cops recipient
     A local non-profit 
     providing quilts for
     injured law enforcement
     and first responders.              Check out their project
     and find out how you            can help their cause.








    Sun Gold Farms, Forest Grove
     Pick up a map of the        growing trail, and              find out how you              might get your own          block.

Check back for show updates!


Many thanks to our sponsors









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