Silent Auctions

 

Thank you to all of our generous donors and bidders! You have helped our 2014 Silent Auction Benefit get off to a great start. Both our first In-House and Online Only auctions of 2014 met with success, but we are still a long way from reach our $6,000 goal.

 

 

Our second In-House auction is well underway with several beautiful little pieces. Please scroll down to view the delightful little quilts and framed needlework. We are also accepting donations for the next Online Only auction. Donations can be in the form of almost anything quilt related (little quilts, fabric, gift baskets, notions, decorative items, jewelry, etc). If you would like to donate an item, but have questions; please contact Meg Carr or Janet Saulsbury.


You can help us by donating a small quilt to our fundraiser or by bidding on a fantastic little quilt by an accomplished quilter.  

Letter of Intent - Silent Auction
If you would like to donate a little quilt for the benefit auction, please mail the Museum the completed Letter of Intent. Thank you for your support!
LetterOfIntent2014.pdf
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Donor Registration Form
Please include the completed Donor Registration Form when mailing in your little quilt donation. We want to make sure all of our donors receive our gratitude. Thank you!
Donor_Form_Final_2014.pdf
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Don't Want To Wait?

 

Choose the Buy-It-Now option!

 

Any of the in-house auction quilts can be yours for only $75.00*

#1 – Laura Wasilowski Pattern by Paula Golden of Blacksburg, Virginia

Leading Bid - $40

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#2 – UFO by Jeanne Endrikat of Manassas, Virginia

Leading Bid - $25

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#3 – Mini Ferris Wheel by Doris Delk of Louisa, Virginia

Leading Bid - $25

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#4 – Overall Sam by Joan Hinkley of Palmyra, Virginia

Leading Bid - $25

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#5 – The Windows of Friendship by Jeanne Endrikat of Manassas, Virginia

SOLD Thank you, Kathy M., for taking the Buy-It-Now option and supporting the Virginia Quilt Museum!

#6 – Garden View by Heide Schumann of Palmyra, Virginia

Leading Bid - $25

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#7– Petite Snowman donated by Gloria Comstock of McGaheysville, Virginia

Sold! Linda & John Falck of Williamsburg, Virginia took the Buy-It-Now option and took their wonderful little quilt home.

#8– Untitled Framed Needlework donated by Mary Diner of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

SOLD! Thank you for taking the Buy-It-Now Price.

#9– A Kinetic Christmas by Linda Cooper of Burke, Virginia

Leading Bid - $25

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#10 – Black and White and Hexies All Over by Gracie Parks of Charlottesville, Virginia

Leading Bid - $35

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#11 – A Little Sparkle Never Hurts by Rose Meese of Palmyra, Virginia

Leading Bid - $25

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#12–Kyoto Kitties by Donna Bensey of Charlottesville, Virginia

 

Sold!Thank you, Carol R., for taking the Buy-It-Now option. We hope you enjoy your darling "Kyoto Kitties".

 

#13 –Angels Above Us #1 by Diane Louvet of Craigsville, Virginia

Opening Bid -$25

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#14 –Tour De Quilt 2014: Geese on White Background

By Nancy Cornwell of Elkton, Virginia

 Opening Bid -$50

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#15 –Tour De Quilt 2014: Geese on Blue Background

By Jenny Miller of Harrisonburg, Virginia

Opening Bid -$50

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#16 –Winter Skate

By Katy Womack of Woodstock, Virginia

Opening Bid -$25

Place Your Bid

Museum Hours

Tuesday - Saturday

10:00 - 4:00

Virginia Quilt Museum
301 South Main Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
 
Phone: 540-433-3818

Directions

Holiday Hours

December 20th is the last day of these exhibits. We will be closed for the season from December 21st to February 2nd, reopening on the 3rd. Be sure to come see us before the end of December!

Every Donation

Makes A Difference

Little Quilts, Big Talents 2014

Silent Auction to benefit the Virginia Quilt Museum

Bidding for the In-House & Online Only  Silent Auctions ends on 

November 29, 2014

Online Only Silent Auction

In-House Silent Auction

2014 Raffle Quilts

Wheels On Fire,” a commemorative Harley-Davidson quilt - Congratulations, Jo Ann Emmons!

Shenandoah Spring,” a delightful impression of spring in the Valley. Drawing: December 13, 2014

Click here for more information and to buy your tickets.