The 35th Annual Quilt Show

The theme of the Glendale Quilt Guild’s 35th Annual Quilt Show is “Crazy for Roses.”

The theme of the Glendale Quilt Guild’s 35th Annual Quilt Show is “Crazy for Roses.”

The Glendale Quilt Guild is proud to announce its 35th Annual Quilt Show is being held March 21 and 22 at the Pasadena Convention Center. This year’s show theme is “Crazy for Roses.” Our Opportunity Quilt this year is a beautiful crazy quilt which was created by over 60 of our members. The winner will be selected on Saturday, March 22, and need not be present to win.

Over 125 quilts will be on display ranging from traditionally pieced quilts, modern quilts, appliqué quilts, and art quilts. We will be featuring special exhibits of wearable art and dolls. We also have a vendor mall with over 50 vendors displaying the latest fabrics and notions. There will be daily drawings for prizes and sewing machines.

In addition to quilts being displayed, classes are available for learning many quilting techniques. Our featured teacher this year is Judith Baker Montano who teaches all over the country. Her expertise includes crazy quilting, embellishments, silk ribbon embroidery, and fiber landscape designs. We are also featuring classes with Scott Griffin, Don Linn, Diane Pitchford, and Sherry Werum during the Show. A special mystery quilt class with Nan Maples on Sunday, March 23, is also available. For more information, visit glendalequiltguild.org.

The Glendale Quilt Guild is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and promotion of quilt making. Funds made from the Glendale Quilt Show help to support our operations and philanthropic endeavors.