Pricing, policies and rules

No matter your budget, you can come to QuiltCon! Pick and chose the right passes for you.

Lectures
Per Lecture $15 non-members, $12.75 members

Workshops
Full-Day $175 non-members, $149 members — includes a four-day show pass
Half-day $90 non-members, $77 members — includes a four-day show pass

Show Passes
Four-day $35 non-members, $29.75 members — includes admission to the quilt show and vendor hall
One-day $10 non-members, $8.50 members — includes admission to the quilt show and vendor hall

Special Events
Yoga Workshops $15 non-members, $12.75 members
Special Exhibit Tours $15 non-members, $12.75 members
Moda Party $10 non-members, $8.50 members
QuiltCon Awards Ceremony $15 non-members, Free to members
MQG General Session Free to members-only
Demonstrations Free with show pass admission

Deals!

  • Four-day show passes are included with all workshops.
  • Members who spend $399 or more get a goodie bag.

Fees

  • Workshop prices are based on the duration of the class. We offer full-day workshops and half- day workshops.
  • No discounts are available for onsite registration or passes.

Refunds & Cancellation Policy

Once you have registered for QuiltCon, a grace period to drop classes and receive a full refund will last until July 30. After that time, refunds will not be offered if you cancel your registration. 

  • If there is a waitlist, there will be a $50 fee to transfer your registration, and you will be refunded the cost of the workshop. 
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  • If there is not a waitlist, you are welcome to transfer your registration to another person for a $50 fee. QuiltCon will not refund the money you paid for the workshop; however, you may work out payment arrangements directly with the person to whom you’re transferring your registration. Please be sure to contact edackson@themodernquiltguild.com to finalize the transfer of your registration once payment has been arranged.
  • It can take up to 5 business days to process transfers and refunds.

This policy applies to all QuiltCon registrations (show passes, lecture passes, special events, and workshops).

 

Rules

  • Please do not touch the quilts.
  • Smoking permitted in designated outdoor areas only.
  • No food or drink outside of designated areas.
  • Lost and Found is located at the registration desk in the palazzo.
  • Rolling carts and luggage are prohibited; however strollers are allowed.
  • Photography is permitted throughout the convention center. 
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    • Friends and family want to see all the cool 
things you saw at QuiltCon. Feel free to share 
your photos with them. 
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    • Do not use photos for commercial purposes.
    • Please disable any services on photo sharing websites that would permit viewers to order goods with the image printed on it. 
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    • When posting photos of quilts on your blog, please credit the quilt maker. Tip: take a picture of the label, too, so you have all the information on hand!
    • When photographing vendor booths, please first ask the vendor if they permit photography.
    • Use the #quiltcon hashtag!
  • QuiltCon policy on children: 
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    • Supervised children of all ages are welcome 
on the show floor. 
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    • Children over the age of 10 are permitted in the lecture hall with a purchased pass. 
    • Babes-in-arms are welcome in the lecture hall.
  • Some quilts in the exhibition area are for sale. Please check the label to find details. If you are interested in purchasing a quilt, please inquire at the registration desk in the palazzo.

When participating in workshops, please follow these guidelines: 
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  • Please silence your cell phones. 
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  • Bring required materials, cut and prepared as stated in the workshop supply list.
  • Supply lists are available online.
  • If you forget something, remember, the vendors will likely have what you need! 
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  • Ask your instructor for permission to take photos of workshop quilts or instructional materials.
  • All quilts, handouts, and other class materials shared by the instructor are the copyright of the instructor.
  • Please ask if you have questions regarding how you intend to use the materials outside of the workshop. 
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  • If the workshop is not what you thought it would be, please try to enjoy learning a new skill or technique and stay for the duration of the session.

 

Quilt in QuiltCon banner is "Fireworks" by Tara Faughnan.