The Annual Quilt Raffle

The Quilt Raffle is a Festival tradition in Shawano. Talented quilters have donated their pieced quilts to us so that we can pass them on to you. Anyone who has ever made a quilt knows what a gift these quilts have been!  It’s called the Quilt Raffle, but it’s more than quilts.  Musicians donate CDs and other merchandise. Crafters donate their goods. Sometimes, there's an afghan. Proceeds from the Raffle help keep the Festival affordable.

2021 Quilt
2021 Quilt

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Arlene and Bonnie 2009
Arlene and Bonnie 2009

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Bonnie 2009
Bonnie 2009

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2021 Quilt
2021 Quilt

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The 2022 Quilt 

This year, the quilt is something special.  It’s got a Wisconsin theme, featuring 3 historic places in Door County. It’s awash in violets, the Wisconsin state flower, and is full of the names of the state’s places and people. With a lilac back, this quilt is springtime in Wisconsin. The quilt is 86” x 62”.  It was made by Kay McClone, and was donated by Jennifer Maltbey of Bolt & Skein, a quilt supply shop in Shawano. It’s beautiful, and it could be yours. 

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