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Palouse Patchers Quilt Show

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Date: Apr 11 - Apr 14, 2024

Moscow, ID --A family-friendly event is the Palouse Patchers’ annual Quilt Show Saturday, April 13, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, April 14, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Latah County Fairgrounds Event Center, 1021 Harold Street, in Moscow.This year’s theme is “Come Fly With Me.” Over 200 quilts are expected.The quilts are not for sale, but attendees can view quilts that won ribbons deemed best for various categories, like piecing, hand or machine quilting, applique, etc.Attendees are invited to vote for the People’s Choice award.

Anyone can buy a chance to win a queen-sized raffle quilt.This year’s quilt features well known flying geese quilt blocks in a dramatic diagonal setting with birds flying upwards across the quilt.The pleasing blue and brown colors have generated excitement from many eager to win. The winning ticket will be drawn at 4:00 pm on Sunday, April 14, but you do not need to be present to win.

The show has been an annual hit with families and community members since 1981 and is a showcase for experienced regional quilters as well as beginners and youth. Quilts of all sizes and styles, made by hand and machine, are hung throughout the event hall with vendor booths around the edges. Ten stores will be selling fabric, notions, patterns, tools and give free advice.

Free cookies and refreshments will be in the classroom. The fee to enter is $5.00 for the day, or $3.00 for seniors and children under 10. Groups can request a discount by contacting Debbie Goetz at

One quilter will be awarded a monetary prize from the Janet Frietag Fund if they enter works that follow the theme of “This Challenge is for the Birds!”“The world is full of birds of all shapes and sizes, goofy and realistic, so we expect some creative entries,” said Nancy Mack, Quilt Show promotions chair.Guild members may also vie for the Quilt Show’s Co-chair’s Challenge called “Take Flight” that could feature any form of flight.

For more information about the show or to submit a quilt by April 2, see the Palouse Patchers’ website Proceeds from the show help fund the guild’s educational events, encourage participation in the fabric arts, and support a variety of community organizations.

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