2019 AQS QuiltWeek Quilt Contest Season


Get ready for the 2019 AQS QuiltWeek Quilt Contest Season. Here are all the dates you need to know:

Looking for 2018 dates? Visit QuiltWeek.com for important dates, FAQs, and permissions information.

This could be your year to win! Take a look at the great Cash Awards for 2019!

Get the rules for all the quilt shows and start planning!


2019 QuiltWeek Contest Information

2019 QuiltWeek Info

2019 Contest Deadlines

2019 Contest Rules

Enter Your Quilt

Daytona Beach

October 19, 2018 Daytona Beach Rules COMING SOON


November 2, 2018 Lancaster Rules COMING SOON

Spring Paducah

December 7, 2018 Spring Paducah Rules COMING SOON

Grand Rapids

April 5, 2019 Grand Rapids Rules COMING SOON

Fall Paducah

May 3, 2019 Fall Paducah Rules COMING SOON

Virginia Beach

June 7, 2019 Virginia Beach Rules COMING SOON



Curious about categories?

Download this handy Quick Reference Category List for 2019.


Are you ready?

Check here to learn how to enter!


Don’t miss out on these important dates for 2018. There’s still time to enter the AQS fall contests:

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Are there any quilt shows out west??

Lianne Schellenberg

Can I enter a wall quilt in the pictorial category that measures 29″ wide by 35″ long?

Hi Lianne, Here is the link to the AQS QuiltWeek contest rules: http://www.quiltweek.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/2019-complete-contest-rules.pdf. You can enter a 29″ x 35″ quilt in Wall Quilts: Art Quilts in Fall Paducah or in Virginia Beach. If you have further questions, Andrea Ray, our Contest Coordinator, would be happy to help. You can reach her at andrea.ray@americanquilter.com Thanks, Betsey

Laura Lavalle

Do quilt contests take a quilt that is 320 inches for the perimeter

Hi Laura,

The contest rules can be found at quiltweek.com. They are listed in the yellow QuiltWeek Contest Information chart by show. Thanks, Betsey