BICENTENNIAL QUILT

SHSMO Logo; Missouri Star Quilt Co. Logo; Missouri Quilters Guild LogoSince the pioneer days of the American Midwest, quilts have been a cornerstone of Missouri culture, fashion, and tradition. In honor of our great state’s two hundred year anniversary, The State Historical Society of Missouri and Missouri Star Quilt Company, in partnership with the Missouri State Quilters Guild, are teaming up to create the Missouri Bicentennial Quilt! Using one quilt block from each and every Missouri county and the independent City of St. Louis, we’re looking to create a quilt featuring the unique characteristics of Missouri culture and style.

JUDGING

Quilt block submissions were accepted from October 8, 2018, through September 2, 2019. Multiple submissions for the same county will be judged according to whether they have met criteria, level of creativity and craft, and description of significance. The judging committee will include representatives from Missouri Star Quilt Company, The State Historical Society of Missouri, and Missouri State Quilters Guild. Judging will take place in the coming months, with blocks selected for the quilt notified no later than December 31, 2019.

EXHIBITION

Missouri Star Quilt Company will assemble the blocks into a quilt, which will then be shown at events statewide during the Missouri Bicentennial! Watch this space for more information about the exhibition schedule.

CURRENT SUBMISSIONS

Lynnette McCulloh, Joy Tooman, and Durella Combs-Lady Justice
The Polk County Courthouse was built in 1907. The cost of building the courthouse at the time was $50,000. Lady Justice stands on top of the courthouse. Ever since its beginning, it has been a hub of activity for Polk County-Polk County
« 1 of 112 »
TOP