Chelmsford Quilter's Guild
Biennial Quilt Show 2014
Friday, May 9: 10am - 8pm
Saturday, May 10: 9am - 4pm
Grace Community Church
275 Billerica Road
View of quilt show location. Show entrance and parking located behind building.
Viewer's Choice at the 2012 show was "Catherine Wheels" by Amy Lindsay
Over 100 quilts by our members on display
Fabulous Patchwork Cafe
with tempting treats and refreshments prepared by our members
Raffle of Necchi EX30 sewing machine with extension table, donated by show vendor: Bits 'n Pieces Quilt Shop
Raffle of themed baskets and totes
Demos and Mini-Workshops
Plenty of Parking
A taste of some of the quilts that will be in the show:
Raffle sewing machine.
Forms and Downloads
The following forms are available for download in editable PDF format. You may submit these forms by email, postal mail or by giving them to the appropriate person at a Guild meeting.
To submit a form via email:
Find the appropriate form from the list below.
Download/Save it to your computer. (How you do this depends on your computer and browser. Sometimes it is just a matter of clicking the link using the button on the right side of your mouse. Other times you may have to allow the page to load and then save it using the menu selection under the File menu.)
Open the saved form with Adobe Reader. (Double-clicking it will usually do this if you have the appropriate software installed.)
Type in your information.
Save your form with a different name.
(This way you can open the original form and use it again for your next submission)
Attach the saved PDF to an email to the appropriate recipient. (which should be listed on the form)
You may also download the form, print it as many times as you need, and fill it out by hand.
Be sure you have submitted your forms by the appropriate due date.
Please Help Spread the Word
So much of the success of our Show depends on our Guildmembers. We need to let as many people as possible know when and where our Quilt Show is happening. The following pages and images can be printed out or emailed to friends, hung in restaurants, schools, libraries, or bulletin boards of workplaces.