Maine Quilts 2019 » General Quilt Entry Information & Guidelines

General Quilt Entry Information & Guidelines

General Quilt Entry Form
General Quilt Entry Form
Please Read Carefully!
  • Quilt entries will be accepted by postmark date.
  • Only 100 quilts will be accepted in the Judged Quilts Division.
  • An individual may enter a combined total of four quilts in the Chapter/Group Challenge, Display Quilts Division, Judged Quilts Divisions, and/or “Buoy! Oh Buoy!!” Challenge.
    • An individual is limited to the entry of two quilts in the Judged Quilts Division.
    • An individual is limited to the entry of one item in the “Buoy! Oh Buoy!” Challenge.
  • Original or Traditional quilts may be offered for sale. Interested buyers can fill out a “Quilt for Sale Contact Information Form” at the quilt show information table so that the quilt maker can contact potential buyers after the quilt show.
  • All quilt entries must be postmarked no later than May 15, 2019. No late entries will be accepted.
  • The submission of any quilt is deemed to include a statement that the quilter has obtained written permission from any holder of a copyright for the design or other elements of the quilt. Such permission will permit the quilter to display the quilt publicly and allow it to be photographed. Maine Quilts reserves the right, in its discretion, to ask any quilter to furnish a copy of such permission. This applies to Chapter/Group Challenge entries as well as individual entries.
“Esther’s Cheddar Casserole” by Wendy Caton Reed
“Esther’s Cheddar Casserole” by Wendy Caton Reed
  • Quilts may not have been previously exhibited at Maine Quilts, except by special request.
  • All quilts must contain quilting except those made by children or that meet the Technique – Other description. (see definitions)
  • Each quilt must have a label that includes the quilter’s name and title of the quilt and is sewn onto the quilt back.
    • All quilts larger than 15” x 15” must have hanging sleeves.
    • Sleeve must have at least a 4” opening and have top and bottom sewn securely to the quilt back.
    • Top of sleeve must be no more than 88” from the bottom of the quilt.
    • Entries received without sleeves or sleeves improperly attached will not be accepted.
    • Chapter/Group Entry forms and guidelines are available online or from the quilt registrar.
    • Chapter/Group Mini-Challenges must be sewn or pinned to a backing (provided by Chapter/Group). The backing must have a label with Challenge Contact Name and Challenge Title. Backing must be no longer than 88”.
    • Quilts that require special handling (fragile embellishments, special hanging apparatus, can’t be folded, etc.) must be approved, prior to entry, by the Quilt Registrar. Framed pieces will not be accepted.
    • Maine Quilts reserves the right to refuse entries that cannot be photographed for Maine Quilts archival purposes, are not suitable for the general audience, have sharp objects or do not meet the entry guidelines.
    • Entrants are solely responsible for insuring their quilt(s).
“She persisted in her quest to reach the shore and sing the anthem of the sea” by Sarah Ann Smith
“She persisted in her quest to reach the shore and sing the anthem of the sea” by Sarah Ann Smith
DO NOT SHIP OR DELIVER YOUR QUILT(S) AT THIS TIME.
  • Entrants are responsible for:
    • Delivering their quilt(s) to their selected site on Saturday, July 20 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
    • Delivery sites are NOT prepared to accept quilts at any other time; please do not ask them.

Each quilt must be delivered in a separate cloth bag marked with the entrant’s name, address and phone number.

OR

Shipping quilts to arrive July 9-18.