Be Sure and Come Visit Us!!
37th Annual Black Hills Quilt Show
June 10, 11 and 12, 2011, at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City 9 to 7 Friday (extended hours), 9 to 5 Saturday, 10 to 4 Sunday Admission: Free for BHQG members (must present membership card) $5 per day for adults or $10 for 3-day pass http://www.blackhillsquilters.org/.
Awards Banquet: Your printed ticket may say it’s June 12, but it is not! The event is Saturday night, June 11, upstairs in the civic center Alpine Room. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for cash bar. The menu includes Champagne chicken and chocolate cake. Elly Sienkiewicz will present a program on Baltimore appliqué quilts, followed by the reveal of the 2012 raffle quilt and announcement of awards. Tickets are $27 and available on Tuesday workdays ,monthly meeting, in some local quilt shops, or call Rhonda Jenner (341-4497).
Black Hills Quilters Guild Show Demos and Trunk Shows
DEMOS AND TRUNK SHOWS: Joyce Ketterling has lined up these free programs:
Friday, June 10
10 a.m. -- Amish Lecture/demo by Klaudeen Hansen
11 a.m. -- X-Box, by Fabric Junction
Noon -- Deconstructed Screen Printing, by Janet Myers
1 p.m. -- Spicy Spiral Table Runner by Always Your Design
2 p.m. -- Quilting the Hills, Colorful Images of the Black Hills On Professionally Printed Fabric and Clever Ideas From Your Button Box by Mountain Shadow Designs
3 p.m. -- Appliqué Art by ABC's of Quilting
Saturday, June 11
10 a.m. -- Chenille Scarves Using African Batiks by HeartSong Quilts
11 a.m. -- Circle Surprise by The Quilt Corral
Noon -- Quilting in the Hoop (machine) by The Quilt Connection
1 p.m. -- The Twister Ruler, Pinwheel by Nuts & Bolts
2 p.m. -- Trunk Show by 2010 Best of Show winner Charlotte Schoonover
3 p.m. -- The Sewing Center/Fabric City
Many Quilts on Display and Vendors!!
See You there!
- I live in the Black Hills of South Dakota with my husband Bill, 3 sons, 2 dogs,, 2 horses-now 1, bottle calves and Chicks. I love to Quilt. I enjoy Horses,Gardening, Flowers, Archery, Camping, Fishing, Bottle Calves and all things with animals. I started sewing when I was 8 for 4-H, and have sewed off and on since. I discovered how fun quilting was over 7 years ago. I still sew on a Kenmore that was a graduation gift in 1981. I have a New Kenmore 385.19, and a Viking 400, a Singer Treadle, a Featherweight. and a Viking Ruby. In February 2010 I purchased an APQS Longarm , and Love everyone of them. I taught my 1st paper-piecing class, it was such a blast!