In honor of the Nebraska Sesquicentennial (150 year); The Omaha Quilts Guild is proud to present:
Timeless Treasures, featuring:
Made and Custom Quilted by Sandy Bernasek
Winner of the First Place Ribbon in the “Bed Quilt, Pieced, Machine Quilted” Category
Pattern by Quiltworx
Tickets are $1.00 each
If you entered a quilt(s) in the show, each quilt is assigned a number that must be placed on your quilt label before turn-in. Lay the quilt in front of you. Put the top of the quilt away from you. Bottom of the quilt closest to you. Pick up the bottom right hand corner of the quilt. Here’s where your label goes!Quilt Numbers PDF
|Location/Address||Phone||Thursday Hours||Friday Hours||Saturday Hours|
|A Quilting Place
11019 I Street
Omaha, NE 68137
|402-884-2096||1 pm – 5:30 pm||10 am – 3 pm||10 am – 3 pm|
7310 Harrison St
Ralston, NE 68128
|402-592-6100||10 am – 3 pm||10 am – 3 pm||10 am – 3 pm|
11928 W Center Rd
Omaha NE 68144
|402-333-6131||11 am – 4 pm||11 am – 4 pm||11 am – 4 pm|
19509 Audrey St
|402-614-0923||Available all day,
call to schedule
|Available all day,
call to schedule
|Available all day,
call to schedule
Apply to be a Vendor at our ShowVendor Application Online
I am pleased to announce we have the following vendors confirmed for the show at this time. This is a partial list, more will be added as they are confirmed.
Bloomin’ Minds, Council Bluffs, IA
Calico Cottage, Hastings, NE
Citifolk Creations, Bellevue, NE
Country Traditions, Fremont, NE
Cut Up & Quilt, Council Bluffs, IA
Hawaiian Moon, Clearwater, FL
Martelli Enterprises, Pensacola, FL
Nolting Longarm, Hiawatha, IA
Prairie Woolens Quilt Shop, Paulina, IA
Quilters Paradise, Mt. Pleasant, IA
Vintage Textiles, Sioux Falls, SD
Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
1) Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/rznKew
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.
Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone.
Give it go! Thank you!
– Jan Koch
Our quilt show is a great show and that is because of you, our volunteers!
|White Glove||Wear white gloves and help with security during the show. You will walk around and offer to show people the back of quilts and ask them not to touch the quilts. This person may also assist with Vendor Support as needed.(standing/walking position)|
|Vendor Support||This person will be assigned to take reats to vendors or to watch a booth so that a vendor may have a quick break. This person may also assist with White Glove helper as needed. (standing/walking position)|
|Volunteer Check In Table||Assists with show support of volunteers. As volunteers come in for their shifts, help them get their white gloves, direct to area they are supposed to help in. (seated position)|
|Set Up||Assist with the set up of the quilt frames, hanging quilts and getting the show ready to go. (lifting up to 25 pounds, standing/walking position)|
|Ticket Taker||Stand at the doorway and check wrist bands for entry into the hall. (standing position)|
|Photographer’s Assistant||Assist the Photographer on her time schedule to capture the quilts on digital media (standing/walking position)|
|Admissions Table||Two people will collect money and one person to welcome guests and vendors (seated position)|
|Raffle Quilt||Sell Raffle Tickets (seated position)|
|Show CD Seller||Take orders for a CD’s of the quilt show – (seated position)|
|Auction Support||Assist show visitors with auction items, entering bids, getting bid numbers (standing/seated position)|
|All Day Volunteer||Assist the show chairperson(s) as needed. Duties will vary as assigned. (standing/walking/seated position)|
|Take Down||Catchers/folders of the quilts, frames take down, storage, quilt organizers/security after takedown. (lifting up to 25 pounds, standing/walking position)|
Karen Roberts of Sanibel, Florida began quilting in 1993 following many years of garment sewing and needle arts. After competing in numerous quilt shows, she became interested in judging. Following completion of the NQA (National Quilting Association) Judges Short Course and the rigorous judge’s candidacy program, she received her NQA Judges Certificate in 2007. In 2009 she obtained certification as a Master Quilt Judge.
Karen has earned many ribbons and awards in regional, state, and national competitions. Her work has been exhibited at the NQA Show in Columbus, OH; AQS shows in Paducah, KY and Nashville, TN; Quilt Expo in Madison, WI; Pacific West Quilt Show in Tacoma, WA; and various regional shows in Wisconsin, Illinois and Florida.
While employed in two quilt shops, she taught classes, designed patterns, and created an original pattern for McCall’s Fast Quilts magazine.
Her role as a judge is to encourage and motivate quilters, helping them to gain confidence and improve their quiltmaking skills. Each entry is evaluated objectively and fairly, recognizing the creativity and workmanship in each piece, while providing helpful and constructive critiques.
Professional appraiser, Jennifer Perkins, will be available at the show for your quilt appraisal needs. Cost is $50 per item. Please download and complete the pdf form below to request an appraisal ahead of the show. Jennifer will contact you to arrange your time slot.Quilt Appraisal Form
Quilt Show Hours:
Thurs. June 22: 5 – 8 pm
Fri. June 23: 9 am – 7 pm
Sat. June 24: 9 am – 4 pm
Single Day Adult: $7.00
Multiple Day Adult: $10.00
Seniors over 65: $6.00
Groups in advance: (7 or more) $5.00/person
Children (3-12): $5.00
Discount coupon applies to Adult or Senior admissions only