8’x10′ without table — $150

8’x10′ with one 8′ table — $175

8’x15′ without table — $225

8’x15′ with one 6′ table and one 8′ table — $263

All configurations subject to availability.

Your application is not complete without payment. Clicking the submit button below will send the application to the GQCCC vendor chair, and you will receive a confirmation email that your application has been successfully sent. You will be contacted within a few days by the vendor chair to arrange payment.

You can also pay by mailing a check payable to GQCCC to:
GQCCC Vendor Chair
5554 Clayton Rd Ste 4
Concord, CA 94521-4180

Cancellations must be in writing and received prior to Monday, February 28, 2023 to receive a full refund. After that date, refunds will only be given if the Guild is able to secure another vendor for the space. If fees were paid by check, refunds will be mailed to the contact person. If fees were paid online, refunds will be made back to the original payment method.

Sign-up and Payments
Prior to Monday, January 31, 2023

Prior to Monday, February 28, 2023

Vendor Setup:
Friday, April 14, 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Show Open to Public
Saturday, April 14, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday, April 15, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Vendor Access
Saturday, April 14, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Sunday, April 15, 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Vendor Tear-down and Cleaning
Sunday, April 5, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm — the guild must be out of the venue by 5:00 pm or possibly be penalized)

  • Booths are assigned as “first come, first serve”.  Receipt of your payment will reserve your space.
  • A vendor coordinator will be available during set up and during the show to answer vendor questions and help resolve issues.
  • Vendor welcome packages will be available at the Information Table in the Elks Lodge lobby during set-up hours.
  • Vendor door prizes may be delivered to the Information Table in the lobby during set up.
  • If you marked that you were interested in doing a demo, we will contact you to confirm your time slot and any needed instructions.
  • Vendors may come in at 9:30 am on Saturday and Sunday to restock their booths.
  • Directions to the Elks Lodge, unloading/parking information, a booth location map, and lodging information will be sent out approximately one month prior to the show.
  • Vendors participating in set-up are invited to join Guild members for pizza and salad at approximately 5:00 pm on Friday, April 14.
  • Guild members donate goodies to the break room. Vendors are invited to take a break and enjoy some refreshments. Should a vendor wish to donate a goodie to the break room, it will certainly be welcomed!
  • The Guild is not responsible for loss or theft of Vendor’s property or personal items.
  • Vendors are required to sign in and collect their name tags prior to setting up their booth.
  • Vendors must provide two door prizes for the daily door prize drawings. These may be actual gifts, gift cards, or gift certificates to your booth.
  • Vendors must be open during all times that the show is open to the public.
  • Vendor agrees to keep their property and personnel within the assigned booth space. This is important for fire code compliance and for the safety of our guests.
  • All cardboard, storage boxes, and packaging must be hidden from view during show hours. There is no storage area at the Elks Lodge other than within the vendor’s space.
  • Tables must be draped to the floor.
  • Vendor agrees to remove all booth contents and trash at the end of the show and to sweep their area clean. Vendors must be completely out of the building by 5:00 pm on Sunday, April 15.
September 19, 2022 – Rules and Options of Planned Improv Piecing (IN-PERSON)

featuring Sarah Goer Sarah likes options… but she also likes a plan. This lecture and trunk show will discuss how Sarah uses her planning nature to develop rules for herself which drive her “Planned Improv” quilt design work. She shares work in a series and shows how she iterates on a design. Sarah explains how […]

August 15, 2022 – Creative Explorations (IN-PERSON)

featuring Sheila Collins In this lecture Sheila describes how she has been moving forward with her creative journey from juried art festivals to quilt challenges and commissioned pieces. In the pursuit of trying new things, Shelia shares techniques she’s learned while exploring “what if.” For your viewing pleasure she has more than 20 pieces of […]

July 18, 2022 – My Quilting Journey on Woodberry Way

featuring Alli Jensen Allison Jensen is a lifelong creative who grew up in California as the oldest of 6 girls. She dabbles in every kind of artistic endeavor but adores quilting most of all. She learned to quilt in 2013 through library books, YouTube videos, and trial and error. This led to an obsession/addiction to […]

June 20, 2022 – Summer Ice Cream Social

Our Summer social will be in the month on June this year. GQCCC will be hosting an ice cream social. Come meet your fellow guild members and create your own sundae. This is an in-person only event. There will be no Zoom access. 7:00 pm Centre Concord 5298 Clayton Road, Concord

May 16, 2022 – Beauty is All Around

featuring Kathy K. Wylie Beauty really is all around us and provides a constant source of inspiration. From wreaths to clamshells, papercut-appliqué snowflakes to medallions, you’ll see it all! This lecture focuses on designs that are circular or radiating in nature. Looking at Kathy’s quilts from the past 25 years, you will discover her ongoing […]

April 18, 2022 – Living a Creative Life

featuring Jane Haworth In this presentation Jane will talk about her journey as a quilter, techniques that she uses and her desire to get other quilters to work out of their comfort zone and to play with fabric. As she says “Give it a go!” She loves to encourage everyone to be inspired and leave […]

March 21, 2022 – 101 Quilts Later: Why I Did It & What I Learned

featuring Joy Lily The tradition of creating a series of 100 related art works goes back at least to 1830’s Japan where several blockprint artists competed to create 100 views of local sights. After hearing Sonia Philip speak about how and why she sewed 100 dresses, Joy got an itch to create 100 of something […]

February 15, 2022 – Splendid Stitches and Machine Magic

featuring Sandy Fitzpatrick Unleash the power of your sewing machine using machine stitches to create dimension with amped-up appliqué, decorative stitches, and thread painting. Open your mind to the possibilities that can be accomplished with your machine! This is a Zoom only meeting. Register for the meeting here. Sandy is teaching a Zoom class on Saturday, […]

January 18, 2022 – Edgy

featuring Linda Wagner Borders: plain or pieced. What will give your quilt the best possible visual impact and how do you decide? Inner borders, outer borders, and binding all provide opportunity to add a little to the finished product. For this lecture, 40-50 quilts will demonstrate the options you have as the quilt maker/artist. Along […]

December 20, 2021 – Member Appreciation Live Event

As in past years, there will be no guest speaker at the December meeting. Instead, plan to celebrate together for the first in-person general meeting in two years! This will be a social event in appreciation of all loyal guild members. There will be a “White Elephant Gift Exchange”. Find a special something, quilting or […]

November 15, 2021 – Quilting with Liberty Fabrics

featuring Jenni Smith Jenni is the first person ever to have produced a quilting book in collaboration with Liberty London – the iconic British Brand renowned for their beautiful fabrics including Tana Lawn. Her presentation is about the making of this book, released in 2021. It’s a practical quilt book with 15 projects to make, […]

October 18, 2021 – Introduction to E-textiles

featuring Cheryl Sleboda Learn all about e-textile and soft circuit technology and see some of the amazing things fashion students and artists are creating. This technology has made the jump into the fiber art world, including quilts! See how easy it is to include this technology in your work. You don’t have to be an […]

September 20, 2021 – Quilt Appraisal, Repair & Trunk Show Lecture

featuring Julia Fikse This interactive, fun, and informative lecture will teach quilters the value of appraisals and answer the question, “Should I get my quilt appraised?” Included in this lecture is information about how to care for and repair quilts. Then, enjoy looking at quilts through the ages with Julia’s collection of quilts from 1860- […]

August 16, 2021 – Casting Shadows: Creating Depth in Quilts

featuring Colleen Wise My quilts are distinctive for their illusion of depth. I love to play with three dimensions! Objects such as leaves or planets appear to float above a two-dimensional surface. I have a virtual toolbox full of tools I use to create that depth, and I will bring a big trunk full of […]

July 19, 2021 – Diamonds are a Quilter’s Best Friend

featuring Krista Moser Krista Moser is the designer of the Creative Grids 60 Degree Diamond Ruler and Mini Ruler. She has published more than 20 patterns with more on the way! She has been teaching sewing and quilting lessons for more than 25 years. Join us and learn all the tips and tricks for cutting […]

June 21, 2021 – Love Where You Create: It’s Not a One Size Fits All Solution

featuring Lilo Bowman Learn to build a creative place that works for you, your space, your budget and where you are right now. Lilo Bowman has worked as a floral designer, translator, tour guide, wedding planner, and is now editor-in-chief of TheQuiltShow.com. Her work has been varied, often challenging, but always creative. Since early childhood, she […]

May 17, 2021 – Fabric 411

featuring Penni Domikis Did you ever wonder about the fabrics we all love? How are they made? Where does the process begin? We all know our favorite fabrics are created from cotton but what exactly is the process from the factory to the shop? How does a company pick designs and how long does it […]

April 19, 2021 – My Favorite 3-Ds: Dresden’s, Diamonds & Drunkards’ Path

featuring Lori Dickman A trunk show of Lori’s favorite “D” quilts! This show features over 30 of Lori’s quilt designs with styles that will cover every quilter’s favorites: from traditional to applique to modern and everything in between! Quilting templates have always been Lori’s “go-to” tools for piecing fast and fun quilts. In this lecture, […]

Kate Colleran March 15, 2021 – How to Smash Your Stash

featuring Kate Colleran This lecture and trunk show focuses on quilts that use precuts, and includes tips and ideas on how to use precut patterns to work through your stash…even if you don’t own any precuts! After all, a precut quilt is just a curated scrap quilt! Kate will share quilts from her book, Smash Your […]

February 16, 2021 – Photo to Fabric: Design in the Palm of Your Hand

featuring Lisa Thorpe Lisa will demonstrate, using her iPad, how to take a simple photo, manipulate it in app and print the image onto fabric on a home printer. She will share a variety of art quilts she has created with these images as a central theme. As well as several art quilts using multiple […]

January 19, 2021 – Quilt to a Tee: Using T-Shirts and Unique Clothing in a Quilt

featuring Beth Sullivan Have you ever wondered how to make a T-shirt quilt? Beth will provide inspiration and guidance for quilters who are thinking about tackling a T-shirt or memory quilt. Quilt samples and photos are used to show how quilters can expand the possibilities of the conventional T-shirt quilt to include anything that can […]


December 14, 2020 – Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill – Aurifilosophy https://www.wholecirclestudio.com

November 16, 2020 – Alex Anderson – “A Quiltie Life” https://alexandersonquilts.com

October 19, 2020 – Jennifer Sampou “Light Your Ombre’ Fire”  YouTube Free Tutorials
Class – Modern Madras Table Runner

September 21, 2020 – Colleen Pelfrey – “Life with a Border Around It”   https://colleenpelfreyquilts.com/

August 17, 2020 – Quilt Shop Tours, In Between Stitches, Not Just Quiltz, New Pieces Quilt Shop, The Cotton Patch

July 20, 2020 – Margaret Linderman- Trunk Show

June 2020 – Mel Beach “Free Motion Crea-TV and Reality” via Zoom Mel Beach

February 2020 – Ora Clay “Telling My Story”  Quilts By Ora

January  2020 -Sue Fox and Julia McLeod [Silk and Salvage] “New Quilts from Rescued Materials” Silk and Salvage/        @silkandsalvage on Instagram


November 2019 – Lenore Hubal “Quilting Journey”

October 2019 – Claire Witherspoon “Confessions of an Ecclectic Quilter” Claire Witherspoon Blog

September 2019 – Joe Cunningham “My Life in Quilts”   Joe the Quilter

July 2019 – Lynn Wilder “Geography of a Quilter”  Sew’n Wild Oaks Blog
Free Classes on The Quilt Show
Patchwork Math Supply List

June 2019 – Linda Schmidt “Down and Dirty Designs and Terrific Techniques”   Linda Schmidt

May 2019 – Colleen Granger   Sew Little Time Quilting    
Class – Chugach Range or Ninja Star

March 2019 – Kathryn Pellman “A Fashionista’s Journey into Art Quilts – Whimsical to Traditional”       Kathryn Pellman

February 2019 – Sandy Klop “American Jane”    Sandy Klop

January 2019 – Mary Boyer “The Art of Treasure Hunting and Wearable Art” by Mary Boyer “The Green Quilter”     Mary Boyer


November 2018 – Inger  Blood “Progression of a Quilter”        https://www.facebook.com/ingerblood

October 2018 – Linda Wagner – “Make Mine Scrappy”   Linda Wagner

September 2018 – Jenny K. Lyon “Quilting is a Contact Sport!”  Jenny Lyon
Class –  “Yes, You CAN Free Motion Quilt!”

August 20, 2018 – Guild Program: Hot August Demo Night
Dresden Plate by Diane Slattery
Half Square Triangles by Mary Stockler & Mary Pimentel-Wheeler
Chix ‘n Noodle Soup and Sammie by Nancy Van Meter
English Paper Piecing by Dale Wolfe

July 2018 – Christine Barnes & Heidi Emmett “A Kaffe Fassett Extravaganza”

June 2018 – Geri Patterson-Kutras “The Artist Within”

May 2018 – Nancy Brown “My Animal Quilts”   Nancy Brown
Class  “Pets in the Garden”

April 2018 – Kevin Kosbab “Fabric Outside the Lines”     Kevin Kosbab

March 2018 – Victoria Johnson “Forever Quilting for You”    Victoria Johnson

February 2018 – Cathie Hoover A Trunk Show     Cathie Hoover

January  2018 – Joanna Figueroa “A Different Perspective on the Color Wheel”    Joanna Figueroa


November 2017- Sheila Collins “My Creative Journey”   Sheila Collins

October 2017 – Patti Fried “Watching Tradition Evolve”   Patti Fried

September 2017 – Mel Beach “Challenge Yourself”    Mel Beach

July 2017 – Denise Oyama Miller “Painting With My Scissors” 

June 2017 -Lisa Norton and Lora Zmak “Discovering Your Quilting Personality and Personal Color Therapy” 

May  2017 – Ann Shaw “Photos and Quilts”  Ann Shaw Quilting
1 Day Class – “Chicken Challenge” with Ann Shaw

April 2017 – Diane Steele “Group Quilts: Round Robins, Block Exchanges and Challenges”     Diane Steel’s Blog

March 2017 – Julie Silber “Rare and Historical Quilts” 

February 2017 – Sandra Mollon “A Trunk Show”   Sandra Mollon

January 2017 -Marie Straight “Scrap Quilts 2.0” 


November 2016 – Jan Soules “Spectacular Borders”

October 2016 – Young-Min Lee “Bojagi, The Art of Wrapping Cloths”    Young-Min Lee

September  2016 Jennifer Rapacki “Creativity Unleashed:  Modern Technology for Quilters”  Jennifer Repacki

July 2016 Judy Coates-Perez “It’s All in the Process”  Judy Coates-Perez

June 2016 Laura Fraga “My Dear Jane Experience”  and 1 Day Class – “Dear Jane Appliqué”  Laura Fraga

May 2016 Carol Van Zandt “Modern Collaborative DesignCarol Van Zandt

April 2016 Peggy Martin “Enjoying the Journey”   Peggy Martin

March 2016 Sandra Bruce “Material Matrix and the Paths Taken”   Sandra Bruce

February 2016 Lisa McKissick “Tool Time Girl” 

January 2016 Nancy Ritter [guild Member] ”My Quilting Journey

January 2016 – Jenny Lyon “Introduction to Fearless Free Motion Quilting”   Jenny Lyon


November 2015 – Sherri Lynn Wood “Improvise! Creating, Quilting & Living Courageously”    Sherri Lynn Wood

October  2015 – Liz Piatt “My Quilting Journey Trunk Show” 

September 2015 – Rita Hutchins “Totally Tubular Journey Through Color and Pattern”   Rita Hutchins

2022 Opportunity Quilt
“Rainbow Reflections”

April 2 & 3, 2022

Quilt Show Co-chairs
Ann Hoeft
Linda Luks

2022 Challenge — ROY G BIV
Based on the Rainbow Opportunity Quilt and celebrates the colors of the rainbow. Challenge Chair: Beverly Spurs

Pass the Envelope Challenge Chair
Kathy Callahan

Featured Artist
Mel Beach melbeachquilts.com

Vendor contact: [email protected]

Vendor application: gqcccquiltshow.org/2022-vendor-form

See gqcccquiltshow.org for more information.

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