Safety Guidelines June 2022

Masks will be optional while at QuiltCon 2023, in the quilt show, vendor booths, and in the lecture hall and workshop rooms. However, this policy is subject to change as the show dates approach, in accordance with convention center, local, or state guidelines, and/or health trends.

Covid-related personal cancellations are subject to the event refund policy, based on the date of cancellation.

Identifying Your Preferences

The MQG will provide physically distant seating in the lecture hall and workshop rooms as well as wider quilt show aisles to allow individuals who wish to physically distance while at QuiltCon to do so comfortably. Additionally, to help attendees communicate their level of comfort in interacting with one another, we will provide optional color-coded stickers for onsite attendees:

Handshakes & High Fives are ok
Elbow Touches Please
Please Greet from 6 feet


Reasonable ADA accommodations are available upon request through the registration system for registered attendees.

As QuiltCon attendees may experience multiple chemical sensitivities, please refrain from wearing all perfumes and use fragrance-free, unscented personal care products for the duration of our event.