Quilt show

Organizers for the Pendleton Quilt Show are seeking entries from throughout the region for the 18th annual show. Those entering must pre-register by April 20.

Quilting enthusiasts from across the region are invited to enter items into the 2019 Pendleton Quilt Show.

The event is Friday, April 26 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Pendleton Convention Center, 1601 Westgate. In its 18th year, the show is hosted by the Krazy Horse Quilters. Admission is $5, which is good for both days.

A non-juried show, everyone is welcome to enter up to five items — new quilts, antique or family heirloom quilts, wall hangings, fabric art pieces and more. Several special awards will be presented, including viewer’s choice.

A registration form must be submitted by Saturday, April 20. Drop off locations (times and dates to be announced) include Thimbles, Fabric & More in Pendleton, the La Grande Quilt Shop, Highland Quilts in Athena and Stash in Walla Walla.

In addition to quilt viewing, the event includes vendors, demonstrations and door prizes. Also, featured quilter Pam Raby will display a number of her quilts and visit with those attending the show. The Corvallis woman is a quilt designer and teacher. She often leads quilting retreats at scenic locations across the Pacific Northwest.

Also, Raby will teach a class featuring her “Sequoia” pattern Thursday, April 25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Thimbles, Fabric & More, 1849 Westgate. In addition to the $40 fee, participants need to check the class supply list for items to bring.

There are volunteer opportunities for people to assist with the show. For registration and additional information, contact krazyhorsequiltshow@gmail.com, 541-278-7910 or visit www.krazyhorsequilters.org.

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