REMEMBER TO BRING BASIC SEWING SUPPLIES IF YOU SIGN-UP FOR WORKSHOPS OR HANDS-ON CLASSES You will need to bring the following supplies if you are taking any hands-on classes: sharp sewing shears, rotary cutter, cutting mat, straight pins, marking tool, ruler, tape measure, #2 pencils and notepad. Sewing machines are provided in the classroom. Students should check class descriptions for additional items needed
Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival Loveland Colorado, August 15 - 17, 2015 at "The Ranch" 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland CO 80538
. Shopping hours:
Friday & Saturday 10am - 5pm • Sunday 10am-4pm
Classes begin at 8am each day
Admission: $12/day or $25/multiday pass.
$2 off admission with non-perishable food donation
Thank you to everyone who came to the 2014 Festival.
We hope to see you again this year!
Thank you to everyone who brought food donations for the
Food Bank of Larimer County. 3,147 pounds of food was collected!
The 2015 Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival is sponsored by:
Pam Clarke & Linda Taylor will present
hands-on workshops and demonstrations at the
2015 at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival
Linda Taylor is a highly awarded longarm machine quilter whose work has been displayed in many venues and published widely. She has been quilting for over 35 years and is known and respected as one of the innovators of the art of longarm machine quilting. She has been chosen by her peers 3 times as "Teacher of the Year." Her quilts have been in special exhibits and museums in the United States and Europe, including "Free Motion Masterpieces" in the New England Quilt Museum. Linda has taught her innovative methods to literally thousands of students from all over the world whom she considers to be her friends. Over the 20 years Linda has been longarm quilting, she has watched as many of her students have excelled as award-winning quilters. Linda will present 6 lectures demoing on her Gammill longarm quilting machine. These will be classes you will want to be sure to pre-register for! DETAILS
Additional classes & workshops were presented by these teachers
Attendees at the
Festival Registered for
Door Prizes including
the Grand Prize, a
Janome, Elna & Husqvarna/Viking classroom machines were provided by
B Right On, The Creative Needle and The Sewing Circle
This show was a collaborative effort between
many organizations and businesses.
The following guilds exhibited at the 2014 Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival: Longmont Quilt Guild - Longmont CO
Smoky Hills Quilt Club - Aurora, CO
Fort Collins Modern Quilt Guild - Ft. Collins, CO
Piecing Partners Quilt Guild - Colorado Springs, CO
Rocky Mountain Creative Quilters - Fort Collins, CO
QUILT APPRAISALS by Jeananne Wright, AQS Certified Quilt Appraiser
Jeananne Wright of Longmont,CO, is an AQS certified quilt appraiser and a member of the Professional Association of Appraisers of Quilted Textiles. She is a quilt historian and a national speaker and has 11 different quilt programs,
Quilts old and new, traditional and non-traditional, were appraised at the Festival for insurance, fair market, or donation value. Written appraisals were $45 and took about 30 minutes. Oral appraisals were $25 and 15 minutes. Jeananne Wright may be reached at 303-772-7684 or email@example.com
Accessories Curator's Choice
Mixed Technique "Deb's Garden of "Whimsy"
Deborah L Contreras
Pieced "Surrounded By Grace"
Cathy Pilcher Sperry
West Chester, OH
Appliqué "I Will Always
Love You Alphonse"
Ellicott City, MD
Marijke Van Welzen
Dolls "The Lady Pandora"
Seven Generations of Quilters Torie Anderson is the curator for her families' quilt collection and exhibited 50 quilts from seven generations of quilters in her family. Quilting has been directly passed down in Torie's family from the mid 1800's. JoAnn Hickman Lominick, first generation quilter, was probably taught to quilt by her mother Mary Tennison Hickman which would make eight generations. Torie gave a lecture about Seven Generations of Quilters on Saturday August 15th at 3:00 pm in the First National Bank Building's North Hall.
During the last three years Festival attendees have donated over
8,000 lbs of food! The total for 2014 was 3,147 pounds!
Your donations helped feed many people who might otherwise go hungry
Attendees saved $2 on registration to the Festival for their donation.
RV Parking is located adjacent to the Indoor Pavilions and Outdoor Arenas, through Gate 5. Hook ups include 20,30 or 50 amp electricity only; no dump or water available. To arrange a space at The Ranch, click this link: http://treventscomplex.com/camping_agreement.cfm
Slide show of photos from the Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival