The purpose of a quilt competition is twofold: to educate the public about the standards of good quiltmaking, and to recognize those quiltmakers who have achieved some measure of those standards. A good judge will evaluate the quilts in a competition according to those standards and provide an entrant with both positive and constructive comments on their quilt.
As a member of the National Association of Certified Quilt Judges, I consider it an honor to be entrusted with the evaluation of a quilter's work and artistry, and I can provide your show with a professional, impartial, and decisive judging experience.
Details of my judging experience can be found in my vitae.
Lecture times are adaptable to your guild's needs and are up to one hour in length. Available lectures include:
What Do Judges Look For?
Setting Up a Judging Day
Slow Quilting: Joys of Hand Work
Fee packages begin at the following levels and are customized to your event:
$400 per diem
Above photo: Lorry is wowed by one of Marilyn Belford's stunning quilts.