2023 Winning Quilts & Embroideries
The OVERALL Winner Goes to Gunsu Gungor with Sand in the Wind. The PEOPLES CHOICE goes to Sarah Alden with Madaba.
Congratulations to all our winners and entries for taking part!
1st | Q1 – 18 | Madaba – Sarah Alden
2nd | Q1 – 16 | Barbed Wire – Lynn Smolenska
3rd | Q1- 04 | Hope’s Quilt – Paula Dengel
1st | Q2 – 09 | Spaghetti Junction – Eleanor Marsden
2nd | Q2 – 01 | The Third Kingdon – Keta Jones
3rd | Q2 – 04 | Edinburgh Castle & Other Stuff – Helen Gronow
1st | Q3 – 06 | Little Snippets – Abigail Sheridan de Graaff
2nd | Q3 –04 | Get a Wiggle On – Kathy Moore
3rd | Q3-08 | Floating Stairs – Annne McSkimming
1st | Q5 – 04 | Radiant – Gwen Woods
2nd | Q5 -05 | 20 on 20 halved – Jane Howard
3rd | Q5 03 | Jewelled Portholes – Sarah-Jane Cassidy
Special Theme – The Age of Fashion
1st | Q4-04 | Millie’s New Hat – Norma Hasham
2nd | Q4-05 | Clarice Cliff – Marion Ridsdell
3rd | Q4 -03 | Shirts Galore – Grace Cheney-Law
1st | Q6-03 | Cathedral Window Cushion – Christine Skerreett
2nd | Q6-04 | Leaves – Edna Snape
3rd | Q6–05 | Ladies Patchwork Gilet – Anne Wildblood
Group Quilt Entry
1st | Q7-01 | Sunshine over the Scrapbox – Sew Llangollen Block Club
2nd | Q7-02 | Home Alone – Wombourne Quilters
3rd | Q7-03 | Don’t Forget to Look Up – Stoke High Street Heritage Action Zone
Embroidery Winners – 2023
1st | E1 -01 | Metalwork Badger – Susan Ward
2nd | E1 – 04 | Goldwork Hare – Pamela Smith
3rd | E1-05 | Whelk – Janet French
1st | E2-06 | Poppies – Amanda Stinton
2nd | E2-04 | Lincoln Cathedral – Ann Polkington
3rd | E2-02 | Interesting Luteplayer – B J Olsen
1st | E3-01 | Embellished Bag – Mavis Ballard
2nd | E3-02 | Tea Bag Tea Cozy – Mavis Ballard
Special Theme The Age of Fashion
1st | E4-01 | Get a Head – Get a Hat – Angela James
2nd | E4-02 | It’s All in the Drape – Gail Wray
3rd | E4-03 | Glam – Carol Smith
Find British Quilt & Stitch Village
FAQ: The Show
Where is the British Quilt & Stitch Village held?
The British Quilt & Stitch Village is held at Uttoxeter Racecourse, Staffordshire, ST14 8BD. It’s easily accessible from the M1 and M6 depending where you are travelling from.
What are the dates for the British Quilt & Stitch Village 2019?
The show dates are Rescheduled to Friday 18th – Sunday 20th September 2020.
Where do I buy advance tickets from?
Advance tickets are available on this website. Please click here
What does the British Quilt & Stitch Village offer?
The show offers a warm, friendly atmosphere, displaying plenty of embroidery/quilt exhibits (group & competition) with a variety of traders and fabulous workshops.
Is the car parking free?
Yes, we offer plenty of free parking.
Do you have wheelchair access?
Yes, we have wheelchair access to all buildings and a lift to the upper floor.
What are the opening and closing times?
Friday 10.00am – 16.30pm
Saturday 10.00am – 16.30pm
Sunday 10.00am – 16.00pm
FAQ: The Competition
What Quilt categories are there to enter in the competition?
We have 8 Quilt categories to enter: Traditional, Contemporary, Modern, Special Theme, Miniature, Three Dimensional, Group Quilt, Young Quilters. Further details can be found on our competition page, here.
What embroidery categories are there to enter in the competition?
We have 5 embroidery categories to enter: Traditional, Contemporary, Three Dimensional, Special Theme, Young Embroiderers. More information can be found on our competition page here.
Can I enter the competition if I am not in the UK?
Yes, we encourage everyone to enter!
What is the maximum entry size?
The maximum size for an entry into any category is 90″ square.
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Take a look at the wonderful entries, exhibits, trade stalls & show spaces from the 2018 show!