You're putting a lot of effort into your Halo Medallion quilt; you're going to want to enter it into a show. A lot of past BOMs have been prizewinners and this quilt will be no exception.

There are really only two things you need to know.

  1. If you used a TQS BOM Kit, you should state as such. Most contests/shows/exhibits want to know if a kit was used.
  2. You don't need to ask special permission to enter, just state that the pattern was made by Sue Garman and was created for The Quilt Show.com BOM 2017.
We can't wait to see how many ribbons this quilt will win!




#2 quilting00 2017-04-16 12:22
Perhaps, this page is the written permission??? Good point, Nancy!
#1 rehak 2017-04-16 11:26
I've seen some quilt shows now have the requirement of including written permission from the designer when entering a quilt from a pattern in a show. For example, quiltweek.com (AQS) says: "If your quilt is not your original design, you will need to provide the pattern or design information. You will also need to upload a copy of your design permission." Maybe TQS needs to include a statement of written permission with its BOM patterns.
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