Over 75 quilts on exhibit across five separate venues over the weekend!

  • “Patterns in the Wild” 2019 Feature Artist Exhibit: Quilt Exhibit & Gallery Talk with noted North Country textile artist and teacher, Mary Knapp
  • Log Cabin Fever: “Sew Crazy Quilt Challenge” Bonnie Roes’  Sew Crazy fabric shop (located in Glenfield, New York) issued its own 2019 Sew Crazy Quilt Challenge: Log Cabin Fever.  Entries will be exhibited for People’s Choice Awards at the Quilt Show. For more information on entry guidelines and fabric palette, contact Bonnie at 315.376.7630
  • “Cabins + Cottages” Local Heritage Quilt Exhibit: Charming examples of local quilts, vintage and contemporary, on loan from artists and private collections from communities along the Eastern end of Lake Ontario
  • Silhouette & Cut Paper Art: Paper artist Marina Loew presents an exhibit of her cut paper artwork, and will be on hand to discuss her work with both the TI Art Center and her recent series of Barn Quilt art workshops with TAUNY.
  • Patchwork Painting: AANNY Art Exhibit & Sale The Arts Association of Northern New York presents paintings and artwork featuring quilts and wearable textile art. 
  • AQS-certified Appraiser Linda Hunter Linda will be on hand to offer an exhibit of quilts from her personal collection, as well as a talk on appraisals, and will perform private quilt appraisals. All appointments scheduled in advance.
  • TIAC Hand Woven Art: Thousand Island Art Center’s exhibit focuses on American hand weaving and vintage textiles
  • Brazilian Quilts: Emelie Cuppernall shares her collection of small quilts she calls “Brazilian” as well as a gallery talk for hand-stitching and ornamenting miniature quilts.
  • Building on the Foundations of Log Cabin Quilts: Louise Tiemann returns with an exhibit of Civil War era quilts, and a talk about the piecing of Log Cabins and the transition to decorative Victorian Crazy Quilts.
  • Stone Building Society of Northern New York featuring the Society’s beautifully photographed and well-researched book documenting the history of stone houses in the area. Stone Houses of Jefferson County (published by Syracuse University Press), with select quilt exhibit.