2018 Entry Forms

Show Entry Information


Entries for "Celebrate Quilting" open March 1, 2018. 

Show rules, categories, award descriptions, and entry forms are available for download.
It is never too early to plan for the upcoming show!

We welcome any and all entries and would love to see your quilt at "Celebrate Quilting" in September!

  • Entries accepted from March 1 through July 1, 2018 ~ absolutely no entries will be accepted after 5 pm on July 1, 2018.
  • Awards for:
    • Best of Show 
    • Best Machine Quilting 
    • Best Hand Quilting 
    • Judge’s Choice 
    • Viewer’s Choice 
    • 1st thru 3rd place in each judged category
  • Both judged and display only opportunities to enter quilts

To download the 2018 show rules, entry forms, and hanging sleeve instructions, click on the links below: 

2018 Rules, Categories, and Award Descriptions

2018 Judged Quilt Category Entry Form

2018 Non-Judged Quilt Category Entry Form - must be an Ozark Piecemakers Quilt Guild member to enter these categories

              Quilt Hanging Sleeve Instructions

If you choose to enter your quilt in one of the non-judged categories for display at the show and are unsure of what category the quilt should be entered in, a list of non-judged categories and corresponding education classes, professional workshops, guild challenges, and guild small groups are available by contacting the Ozark Piecemakers Quilt Guild.

Celebrate Quilting Challenges

Don't forget about the Celebrate Quilting Show challenges, the Quilted Phrase and the Dots & Stripes challenges.


Information and guidelines can be found here for the Quilted Phrase Challenge and entrants must be guild members to enter.

Information and guidelines on the Dots & Stripes Challenge can be found here and anyone may enter this challenge.


Old-Fashioned Antique Quilt Bed Turning

If you love antique quilts, don't miss the old-fashioned bed turning presentations scheduled for all three days of the quilt show! For those that aren't familiar with the term "bed turning", they are the precursor to our modern "show and tell" programs at quilt guild meetings.  Back in those days, women did not have many occasions to get together socially, and when they did it was usually at someone's home. They would each bring a quilt to share, and since space was limited, they would lay them all out on a bed, stacked one on top of the other.  Each woman would take a turn and her quilt would be held up for everyone to see and exclaim over while she told the story of the quilt. The quilts presented at our bed turning are all more than 50 years old and generally owned by guild members. Some quilts have been handed down for generations, have documented stories and are part of the heritage of that family. In some other cases, the history  of the quilt is unknown. Some have even been found in dumpsters and, once cleaned up, are now treasured by their new owners.

If you have a quilt more than 50 years old you would like displayed at the show, download the entry form here:

Bed Turning Entry

Questions? Contact Loretta Hermann.

Gallery of some of the 2014 Bed Turning Quilts:  Click an image to enlarge