Presbyterian Manor Quilt Show

Presbyterian Manor is a senior citizens high-rise located across the street from the Boulder Library main branch. For the past several years, the Guild has provided quilts for a show. The quilts shown in the past have run the gamut from traditional to art to modern and from pieced to appliqué, paper pieced to stamped or painted. Residents were amazed by some of the art quilts last year. The women tell me it’s the best show they have all year.

All QAQG members are welcome to view the show anytime. There is 90-minute free parking at the library lot across the street. Members need to enter the outside lobby and press the top button on the intercom. Jean will buzz them in. Or wait until someone comes or goes and tell them why they’re there.

The residents host a middling with food and drink usually on the third Sunday afternoon in June food. The middling allows the quilt makers and the residents of Presbyterian Manor to talk.


Because of construction within the Manor, we will not have  an exhibit this year.


Quilts must be no larger than 36” x 36”. Quilts no longer need a sleeve. They prefer triangles of fabrics in the upper left and right hand corners. If your quilt has a sleeve or no sleeve that’s okay.

Jackets, hats, bowls, cards, purses, bags, or dolls are acceptable.

Any questions contact the Quilt Exhibit Coordinator.