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Diamonds in the Rough Quilt Show 2021

Diamond in the Rough Quilt Show

Planning is under way for our 2021 quilt show in July. This is our 17th Annual and we haven’t missed a year yet. While a lot of shows closed up show last year or went virtual, we had an outdoor drive-through show and it was a total success. A big thank you so my loyal team that were able to show up and help, even during the pandemic. Nothing will stop the Pine Needlers!

So we’d love to see you out at the show this year! We are going to be a nice large gym, with plenty of airflow and all COVID protocols in place. Come out and see our beautiful raffle quilt and all the varied quilts we will have on display. We typically have over 100 quilts, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.

To support our FREE event, you can purchase raffle tickets on our Eventbrite site. For more information on the show, or to enter your quilt, check out our show website. It’s FREE to attend the show.

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2019 Blackberry Jam Quilt Show

Over 100 quilts at our show this year! Cooler weather. Sale Table, Challenge Contest. And record-breaking attendance. Thank you to the Pine Needlers, a small but hardy group, who planned all year, made a unique raffle quilt, and pulled off our 15th Annual quilt show!

Check out more photos of all the entries at the 2019 Blackberry Jam Quilt Show website.

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Enter Your Quilt

2012 Blackberry Jam Award Ribbons for Quilt Show

It’s not too late to enter your quilt in the 15th Annual Blackberry Jam Quilt Show. Fill out your entry by July 15th; click here to go to the quilt show website for information and the entry form. It’s easy, simple, no fancy sleeve required!

Then all you have to do is drop off your quilt in Lowell on Friday, July 26th before the show, or arrange for pick up in town, and that’s it. Simple, right?

We love to have a variety of quilts, and we’d love YOUR quilt too! And if you want to sell your quilt, you can do that too.

Can we make this any easier?