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Join the Kimberly Stitch Squad Facebook Group to join our group of quilters who are also quilting along. And be sure to hashtag your Summer Moon Quilt progress with summermoonquilt on Instagram so we can see and share your work! Thankful I pre-ordered the Modern version when it was first offered. Hi JoEllen, Each month you will receive a small package with the pattern and fabrics you need for that block. I checked block 2 and 3 and those seem correct. Are corrections listed anywhere? Amy, I was wandering the same thing. I made mine today and had extra fabric left over.

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Anxious to hear the answer. Betty, me too. Glad I wasnt the only one lol. This is going to be a gorgeous quilt!

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Are there corrections to this Summer Moon listed any where? I followed the cutting instructions for checkerboard. The large block is 11 inches when trimmed! The smallest one measures 7. April 26, 12 Comments. Friday, July 19, am pm Saturday July 20, ampm. Tuesday, September 24, —Thursday September 26, , ampm.

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This show is open to all current and previous Utah residents. Quilts will be pre-selected by a committee of expert quilters from the following criteria:. Quilts must be made using good construction techniques. Quilts must have two layers of fabric with a batting sandwiched in between, with either machine or hand quilting. Two quilts may be submitted which have not been previously entered into this show and are not more than three years old. No kits, neither full nor partial. A hanging sleeve see diagram must be attached to the back of the quilt.


We do not want to damage your quilt with tacks. This sleeve is unique to this show.

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Step 2—Lay top of fold along top of quilt just below the binding, baste with large stitches along the pencil line making sure that the basting stitches do not show on the front of the quilt. No other stitching is required. Top and ends of hanging sleeve must be loose -- not sewn to the quilt. Quilts must be brought to the Springville Museum of Art on Friday, July 19, between 10am and 4pm or Saturday, July 20, , between 10am and 4pm.

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Quilts must be submitted in disposable plastic bags. All paperwork must be filled out online 24 hours before quilts are brought to the Museum.

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Online entry forms may be accessed at www. Please limit this history to words or less. This history should be included with the online entry form. If you are having trouble with the online entry process, please call the Museum at A list of accepted quilts will be posted on www. Quilters will not receive notification phone calls; they may call the Museum at on July 26 if they are unable to access the website.

Quality in workmanship, design, color, originality, and general appeal will be the principal criteria applied by the selection committee for admission to the show. The same criteria will also be used by the judges. Quilts are screened by a panel of experts before they are displayed in the show. Each quilt participating in the exhibition will receive critique feedback from the judges. I am thrilled to be a quilter in today's exciting Quilt World and here in Utah.