Genesee Star Quilters A group for friendship, learning & charity

2024 Quilt Show:

A Garden of Quilts

May 3, 2024 10 am – 5 pm
May 4, 2024 10 am – 4 pm

Cornerstone Baptist Church
6273 Miller Road
Swartz Creek, MI 48473

Admission $7

Featuring over 100 quilts, special exhibits, vendors, fabric sale, silent auction, door prizes and more!

2024 Raffle Quilt, 64″ x 76″

Questions? Please contact Jill Allen at 810-516-7823 or email

Quilt Show Vendors

All Sew
G-3306 Miller Rd, Flint, MI 48507

Between Patches
470 Chip Road, Bay City, MI 48706
Facebook: Between Patches LLC

Bonnie’s Sewing Center
3557 Wilder Road, Bay City, MI 48706

Flamingo Mosingo Fabrics
3590 Deerglen Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Keep Sewing, Brian Leinberger
6120 Garfield Rd, Freeland, MI 48523

Trimbleston Fabrics
8040 Ortonville Rd, Clarkston, MI 48348

Thistlebee Wool
353 Eastwood St., Geneva, OH 44041

Quilt Show Volunteer Responsibilities During the Hours of the Show

Volunteer shifts are:
Friday 10am-12pm 12-3pm 3-5pm
Saturday 10am-12pm 12-2pm 2-4pm
Shift times may vary depending on responsibility.

PRE-SHOW (9 volunteers each day):
Wednesday afternoon: unload and clean racks.
Thursday morning: set up racks and sheets. Hanging quilts. These jobs are very physical.

ADMISSION (3 each shift): Collects admission, stamps hand, provides programs, handout door prize tickets. This job is done seated.

VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION (1 each shift): Check in volunteers prior to shift, provide name badges (already printed), collect badges from volunteers, contact members to fill openings. This job is done seated.

WHITE GLOVE (4 each shift): Assist visitors with viewing quilts, mentions quilt special features, etc. This job is done mostly standing and walking.

DOOR PRIZES (2 each shift): Give out door prizes. Most of this job can be done while seated.

SILENT AUCTION (2 each shift): Making sure anyone wishing to bid fills out a registration sheet and gives it to you, managing bid sheets (first bid must be at or above the minimum bid. Bids must be in increments of $1 or more), making sure items are not removed from their packaging, keeping food and drinks out of the bid area, finalizing bids, answering questions, collecting money and awarding blocks. This job may be done with a combination of sitting and standing/walking, and is not strenuous.

FABRIC SALE (2 each shift): Manage selling fabric by the pound. This job is done seated.

HOSPITALITY (2 each shift): Help vendors by getting their lunch orders and delivering food to them. Clean up snack areas at end of day. This is a walking and standing job.

BOUTIQUE (2 each shift): Manage items donated for sale.

QUILT RAFFLE (2 each shift): Sell raffle tickets.

AFTER SHOW (Saturday at end of show, 9 people): Take down racks and sheets used for hanging quilts and load them and other supplies on a trailer. Put away tables. This job is very physical.