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Frequently Asked Questions
How are the quilts judged?
Are you wondering how the quilts are judged? Each year, a certified quilt judge is brought in to review and judge each quilt. The quilt labels are covered and the only identifier is an entry number. First, second, third and honorable mention are awarded in each of 23 different categories. That's alot of ribbons! If you have never entered a quilt in OQS, consider it. It is a great way to learn and grow as a quilter - and win a ribbon!

Can I take pictures of the quilts at the quilt show?
Yes!  But there will be a CD for sale which will have pictures AND information of all of the quilts and wearable entered in the show.  They are only $10 each.

What is the largest size quilt you will accept as an entry?
Quilts over 96” wide will be accepted based on available space.  Because of the limited space of the venue AND limitations of the frames used to hang quilts for the show, entries with quilts of 96" wide MAY be rejected.  You will be contacted if your quilt cannot be hung.