Council Idaho Quilt Show


Council Quilt Show

The Council Quilt Show has been organized in Idaho for the last 20 years. Organized at the old Adams County Courthouse building, this event that goes on for a month has become an annual celebration of quilts and quilting that many enthusiasts look forward to. Read More

  • Typically a late June event
  • Held at the  Council Elementary School
  • An admission fee is charged at the door

Overview: This show has become so popular that there are entries from all corners of the country, and there are entries offering various styles. Both hobby quilting enthusiasts as well as professionals come to attend this show in Idaho.

When: Typically a late June event. June 21st - July 6th, 2017.

Where: Council Elementary School

Fees: Admission fee is charged at the door

Details: If you love to quilt, you should at least spend 1 day at the show, if you cannot give more time. Or if you take quilting more seriously, then why not sign up and put in your entry? This is the best place to exhibit your talents and exchange notes with the professionals. Find more information on their website.

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