The Competition

We're really hoping that you will enter a quilt or embroidery piece into the Open Competition we are holding at the British Quilt and Stitch Village in 2015. There are lots of great prizes to be won from our very generous sponsors. Anyone can enter, whatever your experience or ability. You certainly don't have to be an expert, and there are categories for small and large pieces of work. There's a children's category too, in both the quilting and embroidery sections. Plus there's a Special Theme category: 'British Royalty'. Perhaps an entry into the show in 2015 will be a new beginning for you, too? We want everyone to feel that they can have a go, and every entry is welcome and will be proudly displayed.

Download the entry form here or see below for more details on the competition categories.

QUILT COMPETITION

There are six Quilt Competition categories:

1. Bed Quilt Category. Cot, single, double, or larger, up to the maximum size.

2. Innovative Quilt Category. To include non-traditional quilt designs, patterns, techniques and/or materials.

At least 24" in one direction, up to the maximum size.

3. Wall Hanging Category. At least 24" in one direction, up to the maximum size.

4. Three-Dimensional Category. To include bags, soft sculpture, clothing etc, and which can be displayed
on a hanger or free-standing on a table.

5. Special Theme Category: ‘British Royalty' This includes anything royal related, from past monachies to crowns. We want you to be inspired by our theme but have your own thoughts and designs on British Royalty! At least 24" in one direction, up to the maximum size.

6. Children’s Category. Open to an individual child, or group of children, up to the age of 16 at the time of
entry. No minimum size, up to the maximum size.

7. Modern Quilting Catergory. New for 2015. Modern designs, bold colours and prints. Let your imagination run away with you!

EMBROIDERY COMPETITION

There are five Embroidery Competition categories:

1. Traditional Embroidery Category. Traditional Techniques.

2. Innovative Embroidery Category. Non-traditional techniques and/or materials.

3. Three-dimensional Category.

4. Special Theme Category: ‘British Royalty' This includes anything royal related, from past monachies to royal accessories (crowns). We want you to be inspired by our theme but have your own thoughts and design on British Royalty!

5. Children’s Category. Open to an individual child, or group of children, up to the age of 16 at the time of entry.

For full details, terms and conditions etc, download the entry form.

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Updated: 12 August 2014 15:00:27