Judges look over 400 quilts for this year’s Quilt Show

Over 400 quilts were submitted for this year’s QuiltWeek, but only one will be named best in show.

Over the weekend, the judges inspected all 406 quilts submitted in the "Parade of Quilts."

Judge Ricky Tims says it can be a challenge deciding the best, but he’s looking for that special something.

"Visual impact, something that will strike us from a distance but also pulls us in and when we get in we want to see the finesse of workmanship," said Tims.

The best in show winner will be announced Tuesday.

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