Redlands Quilt Extravaganza, inc.
19th, 20th, 21st July 2019
The FIRST QUILT the entrant has made. Any technique and quilted by hand/ or on a domestic machine by the entrant.
A Quilt I have designed assembled and quilted by myself on a domestic machine.
A quilt I have made in a workshop or from a kit, or published pattern and machine quilted by myself on a domestic machine.
A Quilt I have made in a workshop or from a kit or published pattern and machine quilted by myself on any long arm non-computerised quilting machine.
A quilt entirely hand pieced and hand quilted – Machine Binding and sashing permitted.
A quilt made in a workshop or from a kit or published pattern and quilted by a commercial quilter.
Category 4B – Applique
A quilt, the predominate technique from a kit or published pattern and can be enhanced by other techniques, and quilted by a commercial quilter.
A quilt made and quilted by myself on a computerised long arm quilting machine.
Category 6 – A Textile Art/Pictorial Quilt
Reflecting a break with tradition, the work as a whole should be an original design with no similarity to the work of another artist. It must be made primarily of fabric and may incorporate embellishments.
A small Quilt – Any technique. No one side longer than 1.5m
A quilt in which the predominate design feature is to be Machine Embroidery
A Quilt in which the predominate design feature is to be Hand Embroidery.
Category 9 – A Modern Quilt
Modern quilting is a fresh approach, reflecting each quilter’s personality and personal style. The quilt should embrace functionality, simplicity and minimalism; use asymmetric designs and reinterpret traditional blocks and patterns, which are often inspired by modern art and architecture.
A Modern Quilt – see definition within Category 9
An Art Quilt / pictorial
Advanced Embroiderers – having won significant prizes at previous Redlands Quilt Extravaganza Inc and RNA Events (Includes all Embroidery Techniques and Types)
Item featuring Hand Embroidery – entrant’s original design (Includes any embroidery techniques and types)
Item featuring Hand Embroidery – worked in a class, from a kit, design or pattern – Framed or Mounted.
Item featuring Hand Embroidery – worked in a class or from a kit, design or pattern – Home Décor – Table Linen, Traced Linen items, Wall Hangings, Cushions for example
Item featuring any Quilted, Patchwork, Appliqued by either hand or machine – worked in a class or from a kit, design or pattern – Home Décor – Table Linen, Wall Hangings, Cushions for example
Garments, Jackets, Hats, Bag, Accessories, featuring any of the above techniques and combinations
An item featuring Hand Embroidery – a beginner’s piece – Includes any embroidery technique’s and types.
CREATIVE TEXTILE ART
PLEASE NOTE: Items in this section must exhibit innovative, imaginative and original designs, techniques or materials. Supporting Documentation about this item would be appreciated to accompany your entry.
Creative Embroidery including hand and or machine work.
Any other Creative Textile Techniques
Creative jewellery etc
CHILDREN AND TEENS SECTION
12 years and under –A quilt, Garment or Sewn Item
12 years and under – Accessories, Bag, Hat, Toy Bear etc
Over 12 years – a quilt, Garment or Sewn Item
Over 12 years – Accessories, Bag, Hat, Toy Bear etc
SPECIAL AWARDS – OPEN
Prizes will be awarded for the following: –
- Best Amateur Quilt of Show
- Best Professional Quilt of Show
- Best Embroidery of Show
- Best Textile Art of Show
- Best Children/Teen of Show
Viewers’ Choice: An Open Category – Quilts
Viewers’ Choice: An Open Category – Embroidery /Textile Art
Quilts Embroidery and Textile Arts
All items that are entered for judging are eligible to be judged for Viewer’ Choice.
Visitors to the Exhibition will be invited to vote for their favourite item displayed in the Extravaganza.
Prizes are allocated to the items receiving the most votes from the viewing public in each section.
RQE – J.M. Jorgensen Chairperson / Secretary
Copyright 2018 – Revised 10 September 2018