In the following guidelines, a “panel” generally refers to one side of a standard hanging frame – typically 8 feet by 8 feet.  However, in Special Exhibits where the hanging is non-standard, the term panel will be interpreted as follows:

– Individual pieces that are three dimensional – each piece is considered a panel
– Quilt that are hung on a special frame or stand – each frame or stand is considered a panel
– Several quilt pieces hung on one structure/frame – each side of the structure/frame is considered a panel

The Quilt Show Committee reserves the right to make a determination of what constitutes a panel for Exhibits that are displayed using non-standard frames.