Documentation

Quilt Documentation Dates For May Jun. Sep. & Oct. 2022

We will be starting documentation on Sat. May 14th at the Newport Library.

We will be doing a day at the North Lincoln Co. Museum on Sat. Jun. 11th from 9:30 to 4:00.

The other dates for Newport will be Sat. Sep. 10th and Sat. Oct 15th. Our hours will be from 1:00 to 5:00 unless they decide to have the library open longer on Saturdays.

If you have any older quilt you want documented or have finished a quilt or two during covid please contact Janice Hamner at 541-999-5244 or her email at trurube@yahoo.com We are looking forward to seeing you.

Evelyn DePaolo, Documentation Chairman


August 2021 Announcement:

This is to advise that documentation will be cancelled for the rest of the year. Hopefully 2022 will let us get going again.  Don’t give up on us.  Just keep making your beautiful quilts and we will get them documented as soon as it is safe of all.
Thanks
Evelyn DePaolo

The documentation team needs your quilts.  We do old quilts, new quilts, quilt tops or just quilt blocks. They are all important to quilting history.  We have currently documented over 1900 quilts since the program was started in 2000 by Twy Hoch.  After the team volunteers document your quilt you will be given a copy of all the info about your quilt along with photos.  A copy will also be donated to the Lincoln County Historical Society.  The info about your quilt will be entered into the Quilt Index web site for the quilters around the world to see.  There is a $5.00 charge per quilt to cover our expenses.  Come visit one of our documentation days to see if you would be interested in joining our team. Please check the calendar on the guild website for documentation dates.

Check out this blog post if you’re interested in having your quilt documented.

http://oregoncoastalquilters.org/december-2018-blog/