Special Exhibit & Vendor Mall
June 22 - 25, 2022
Farmstead Inn Expo Barn & Event Pavilion
Shipshewana, IN 46565
Many different vendors from around the country will provide you with the newest and best products.
12pm - 5pm
9am - 5pm
9am - 5pm
9am - 2pm
Entrance fee included for all registered participants. Daily Pass $6 - Weekly Pass $9 Children 10 & under are free
Quilts of Iceland Special Exhibit
Iceland is often called the Land of Ice and Fire, a land where volcanoes and geothermal heat have made their mark on the landscape, along with the many glaciers and glacier lagoons, a land of pristine and unspoiled nature. We invite you to come to the 2022 Shipshewana Quilt Festival Special Exhibit and see how the land inspired Gudrun Erla, a native of Iceland, to create this fascinating collection. Gudrun takes you on a journey of her home country of Iceland through her quilts that are inspired by nature and the history of handwork and the heritage of Icelanders.
Fort Wayne, IN
Twelve Mile, IN
Do not touch the quilts
No smoking and no food or drink in the show
Photos shot with available light are preferred - no flash photography please
For safety reasons, children must be accompanied by an adult
Special Exhibit photos are for your personal enjoyment and for sharing with family, friends and fellow guild members who could not attend. Photos are not to be used for any commercial purpose. They are not to be posted on any web site which permits images to be used on items that may be purchased. If you post your photos to your personal web site, you must include appropriate credit to each quilt artist and note that the photos were taken at the Shipshewana Quilt Festival. Photographing vendor booths is prohibited without vendor consent.
Please be responsible in your use of quilt photographs and help us protect the rights of the quilt makers and artists. Additionally, LaGrange County Indiana has a large Amish population. Please do not take pictures without permission. Thank you for your respect of their religious beliefs. Photography at the Festival is neither a right nor an entitlement; it is a privilege.