Quilter’s Quest 2014 – The Day After

The Quilter’s Quest consists of 10 locally owned quilt shops in the MD-DC-VA area. It occurs every November 10 for days. There are special patterns and fabrics, prizes, demos and more.  For more information,  you can check out their website here.

Each year there is a special fabric printed just for this Quest and available only from these 10 shops.


2014 Quilter's Quest Fabric

The featured fabric has outlines of the Washington, DC monuments.


Close up of the 4 color-ways of the 2014 Quest Fabric.

Many stores have special demos and guests.  At Traditions at White Swans in Hagerstown, MD,  we visited with a lady from Cabin in the Woods Quilters.


Then, of course,  there is the lovely scenery we get to see while driving from one shop to another. We often take the back roads.


Somewhere in Virginia.

The rolling hills of Northern Virginia still have some color.


Crossing the Potomac River near Harper's Ferry.

Crossing from Virginia to Maryland over the Potomac River near Harper’s Ferry.


I70 East of Hagerstown

Heading to our final stop of the day.

We had fun yesterday. Now to straighten my sewing space so I can play wyth some fabric.

Happy Stitching!


About Quiltmouse

I am retired. I love to quilt. I make charity quilts as well as quilts for my friends & family.
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2 Responses to Quilter’s Quest 2014 – The Day After

  1. The featured fabrics are beautiful and appear to be batiks. Now you have some new fabric and projects to work on this winter! It is always fun to start something new 🙂

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  2. KerryCan says:

    That special fabric is very cool–what a great idea to really put the final touch on a fun day!


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