Black Hills Quilt Show
CANCELLED for June 4-6, 2020
Save the Date: June 3, 4, and 5, 2021
The 2020 Black Hills Quilt Show sponsored by the Black Hills Quilters Guild has been cancelled due to the restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic. We regret that this event must be cancelled but we want to assure the health and safety of all of our members and visitors to our show.
We plan to be back in 2021. Please check back on this website later for information about the 2021 show. Registration of quilts will start by February 1, 2021.
Registration is closed
We will be making a list of quilts that were registered prior to cancelling the show. If judging fees were paid, refunds will be processed soon. If you paid recently online, your refund will be refunded to your credit card with one transaction for each quilt registered. Other refunds will be paid by check with a single check for all quilts registered. You may receive a check even if you paid through paypal. If you do not receive an expected refund, please contact us.
The data for all quilts registered will be saved until next year. This will allow you to reenter these quilts, if desired, without filling out the registration form again. In January 2021, the committee will reach out to those who registered quilts for 2020 to see if they will be enterred in the 2021 show. If you want to have your quilt judged in 2021, you will need to pay the judging fee at that time.
We usually have over 400 competition quilts in our quilt show. About 25% of the quilts are in the Judged Area. Since the 2020 show was cancelled, 2021 may have even more quilts.There will also be several special exhibits and challenges on display..
There will be many opportunities to replenish your stash and buy new tools and supplies. There are usually 20-25 vendors at our Quilt Show.
If you have siigned up to be a vendor for the 2020 Quilt Show, you will be contacted about a refund.
If you would like to be a vendor for the 2021 Quilt Show, please fill out the form below or Contact Us .
The Learning Lab offers several classes during the Quilt Show. Classes and instructors will be announced in Spring 2021.
Open Sewing for Project Warmth
The Open Sew area at the Quilt Show gives people a chance to sit and sew for a few minutes or a few hours. Machines will be provided by Fabric Junction. Fabric, supplies and helpers will be provided by the BHQG. In 2019, four quilts were completed during the show which were used for Project Warmth, the charity outreach division of the BHQG.
The Quilters' Extravaganza
Friday evening during the Quilt Show, there is an event called Quilters' Extravaganza. This starts at 6:00 PM Friday immediately after the close of the quilt show in the Alpine Room (upstairs from the Quilt Show). There is a cash bar and appetizers followed by an evening program. There will be a slide show of the judged quilt winners. Incentive prizes, door prizes, and UFO winners will be awarded. The 2021 Raffle Quilt will be unveiled. There will be a Trunk Show for entertainment.
A Special Thanks to our Sponsors
We are most appreciative of all of our sponsors who donate toward helping us produce a quality quilt show and keep the cost down for the attendees. If you would like to become a sponsor for our next show, please consider donating toward this purpose. If you need additional information Contact Us
2019 Sponsors are listed below. This will be updated before the 2020 show.
|Gold|| Regional Health Foundation
The Sewing Center/Fabric City
Kirk Funeral Home
SAVE THE DATE for our future quilt shows
June 2, 3, and 4, 2022