Clark County Quilters is hosting their 46th Annual Regional Quilt and Fiber Arts Show, QuiltFest Northwest, October 21 through 23, 2021 at the Clark County Event Center.
Themed “Reflections,” the show will feature about 300 quilts created by the members of the Guild, along with special exhibits and events, challenge quilts, a vendor mall, the Bob Ross Cherrywood Challenge traveling exhibit, the Fort Vancouver Tapestry, a wearables display, and much more.
This year’s featured quilter is Mary Arnold, a lifelong stitcher, art quilter, and quilt teacher. She will teach a six-hour workshop on Beginning Machine Quilting. Limited enrollment allows for social distancing. (Masks will be required.) Register at www.quiltfestnw.org.
“Each quilt in the show represents many hours spent on creative design, fabric shopping, hand stitching and machine sewing, and the final quilting. These quilts are made to be used and loved to pieces in many cases, or displayed as beautiful works of art in others,” said Karan Brooks, quilt show chair. “Clark County Quilters has a reputation for an outstanding show each year, and this one should be as amazing as in years past. It’s what we quilters have been doing during the pandemic!”
All Covid-19 recommendations in effect at the time of the show will be followed. Doors open at 10 am. For more details, including hours and pricing, please visit the QuiltFest website.