2019 Biennial Quilt Show Registration Form
Lakeside Quilters, Ltd.

Entry deadline is March 8, 2019

With this form you can enter information about each quilt you would like to register for the 2019 Biennial Quilt Show. You will be asked for your name, address, phone number, and email address followed by the name of your quilt, its description or story, its size, and the class of the quilt. You can copy your story and paste it here from another document if you choose. You will need to complete a new form for each quilt you are entering.

You will be sent a confirmation email with all of your responses for each quilt you enter. Please review it for accuracy and email Peg Hamblin with any corrections that need to be made. (peghamblin@gmail.com)

The first quilt entry fee is $6.00 for Lakeside Quilters members and $8.00 for non-members. Each additional quilt entry fee is $3.00 (members) and $4.00 (non-members). The entry fees are due by March 8, 2019. They can be turned in at a monthly meeting or mailed to the guild at:
Peg Hamblin
Lakeside Quilters, Ltd.
PO Box 2082
Oshkosh, WI 54902

Email address *
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Street Address *
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City, State, Zip *
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Phone Number (numbers only - NO DASHES or SPACES) *
Your answer
Quilt Name/Title *
Your answer
Quilted by *
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Class
Choose one of the categories listed below. If there are too few entrants in one category, the registration committee will assign the quilt to the next most appropriate category.
Quilt Classes *
*Art Quilts
An art quilt is an original exploration of a concept or idea rather than the handing down of a “pattern”. It experiments with textile manipulation, color, texture and/or a diversity of mixed media. It uses fiber or a fiber-like material with one or multiple layers held together with stitches.
**Miniature Quilts
A miniature quilt is a smaller version of a full-size quilt. In other words, all elements of a miniature quilt (blocks, borders, sashing, etc.) should be reduced in size to a proportion that matches the size of the full-size quilt. Total perimeter of the quilt cannot be larger than 96" and no single side should be more than 24". If pieced blocks are used, they cannot be larger than 4" on any side.
***Home Decor
Examples: Pillows, table runners/toppers, placemats, mug rugs, rugs, anything that lays flat on a table or on the floor.
Do you want this quilt judged? (No extra charge) *
Quilt Description/Story (paragraph - include who quilted it) *
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Quilt Width (Numbers Only - use zero if not applicable) *
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Quilt Length (Numbers Only- use zero if not applicable) *
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