The 7th Annual Quilter’s Day Quilt Show will take place in Frederick from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27. This one-day event will be hosted in the Barn, Church, & School buildings at the Tillman County Historical Society’s Pioneer Townsite, on the west side of the Tillman County Courthouse, in downtown Frederick.
It will be free of charge for both exhibitors and observers. Exhibitors should plan to stay with their quilt item while it is on display, or have a designated attendant to represent them. This is a social event solely for the purpose of allowing quilters to interact in a pleasant setting. There will be no judging of items, no awards, and no commercial sales of quilting or sewing items at the event.
Beginning at 9 a.m., bring in your quilt, quilt top, quilt block, or quilt panel for display, and receive a free Fat Quarter. Meet and visit with other quilters from the surrounding area, see how quilts are made, and enjoy the day viewing and talking quilts until 3 p.m. Historical Society personnel will again present an old-fashioned “bed-turning”.
Everyone is invited to attend. Other Pioneer Townsite historical buildings will also be open. The event is being sponsored by ThayerRags Fabric Center of Frederick. Volunteers wishing to assist with the event are invited to contact Marlene Thayer at ThayerRags Fabric Center at 580-335-3380.