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40th Anniversary Show
July 27-29, 2017
at the Augusta Civic Center


Maine Quilts 2017

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Maine Quilts provides members of Pine Tree Quilters Guild and other quiltmakers the opportunity to share their work with those who appreciate this wonderful art form. Click the links below for information on entering quilts.

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Special Exhibits at Maine Quilts 2017

"Red and White Stitched Together" Exhibit

See this open entry Red and White Celebration exhibit. We all loved the exhibit at the Folk Art Museum in New York City with over 600 red and white quilts. What better way to celebrate our 40th Anniversary show in 2017 and make our own.


Chapter Banners Special Exhibit

Enjoy seeing Chapter Banners from all our Chapters in Pine Tree Quilters Guild, Inc.


“Ruby Celebration Exhibit”
Chaired by Pat Libby and Virginia Morrill

Sponsored by The Fabric Garden, Madison, ME

Twenty members of the Pine Tree Quilters Guild created an exhibit for this year’s quilt show entitled "A Ruby Celebration." This exhibit honors the 40th anniversary of Maine Quilts, 1978 - 2017, and quilt designer & author Ruby McKim, 1891 - 1976. Each participant chose a block design from Ruby McKim's 1931 book, 'One Hundred and One Patchwork Patterns' to make their first wall quilt. The second set of 20 quilts incorporated the same block as in the first quilt but in a manner that showcases the quiltmaker's own creativity and color choices. Bring your cameras and check out this "Ruby Celebration."

Roy and Inez Daniel's Legacy Special Exhibit
by Froncie Hoffhine Quinn, Hoopla Patterns

This exhibit is in memory of Roy and Inez Daniel and all they contributed to the quilt world. Included are some of Roy’s original patterns, templates and tools, along with photographs and other memorabilia. Enjoy exploring the path quilt making has taken over the last nearly 40 years while remembering a lovely and selfless couple.


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