7th Annual Celebrate! Quilt Camp & Show



CELEBRATE! QUILT CAMP AND SHOW      

Join us for our seventh annual quilt camp and show in the cool mountains of Flagstaff, AZ!     

Registration fee is only $35.  It includes a gift-bag, entrance into the Quilt Challenge, free Meet ‘n Greet, Keynote presentation, as well as eligibility to win a brand new sewing machine from Odegaard's Sewing Center! There are lots of other prize give-aways. 

FREE events include Meet ‘n Greet, keynote event, Awards Dinner (buy your own dinner), and Show and Tell. 

There are some international and regional teachers including Arizona Quilters Hall of Fame teacher Helen Young Frost, Wendy Wetzel, Wendy Garrison, Gina Darlington, Lori Scandura, and Ruth Dolin!

Registration and entry forms on-line at www.celebratequilts.com

or call 928-526-9403 or email chocolatequiltco@gmail.com

Check out the website!  All the info is on there.  If you have any questions, please let us know!  

Date:

Jun 27, 2018 - Jun 30, 2018

Location:

Odegaard’s Sewing Center
2109 N Fourth St # 3
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Phone:

928-526-9403

Price:

$35

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