1st: Dona Pavlovik
2nd: Julie Stump
3rd: Kathy Terpening
Most: with 41 placemats - Julie Stump
326 placemats donate made, which will be donated to 9 agencies in the area.
Photo Challenge winners:
1st: Carolyn Olsen (#5)
2nd: Marcia Hajack (#8)
3rd: Jeanette Jorges (#6)
See Photo Links (on left) for pictures from the guild meeting including the winning items.
June, 2016 - Pine Bush Challenge Winners:
1st Place #30 - Julie-Ann Fortran
2nd Place #29 - Mary Phillips
3rd Place #30 - Thea Kazmer
1st Place #4 - Noel Payton
2nd Place #3 - Coleen Corbett
3rd Place #6 - Sue Jordan
Click here to see photos of quilts from this meeting.
December 11, 2015:
Photos from guild meeting - click HERE
Renaissance Challenge Winners
1st place - #6 - Noel Payton
2nd place - #4 - Susan Cortesi
3rd place(tie) - #10 - Virginia Huerfeld
#3 - Kathy Riedel
1st place - Marcia Hajeck
2nd place - Julie Stump
3rd place - Muguette Martel
Most placemats - Fran Hahn (70 placemats)
April 10, 2015:
Polka Dot Challenge winners:
1st: Susan Cortesi - Bubble Gum Machine
2nd: Patsy Quimby - Blue Bargello Circle
3rd(tie): Karen Gutterman - Parasols
Marcia Hajeck - flowers in vase for Aunt Polka Dot
Quilt Raffle winner: M. Keith
Click HERE to see photos from the meeting.
Dec. 12, 2014 -
Placemat Challenge Winners - 321 placemats were collected and distributed.
Winner - most placemats - Sharon Levanway - 51 placemats
1st Place Muguette Martel
2nd Place Dona Pavlovic
3rd Place Julie Stump
Guild Challenge - Scrap Fabric Runner - Viewer's Choice
1st Place - Jeannette Jorges #12
2nd Place - Becky Moran #11
3rd Place - Julie Stump #3
Click HERE to see photos from the guild meeting.
Jan. 10, 2014 - Placemat Challenge winners - 260 placemats were collected and distributed.
Winner - most placemats Sharon Levanway - 35 placemats
1st place Muguette Martel
2nd place Fran Hahn
3rd place Carol Zych
Dec. 13, 2013 - UFO Challenge winners:
1st prize - Susan Cortesi
2nd prize - Thea Kazmer
3rd prize - Cathy Burke
To see pictures of the challenge and show and share, click HERE.
April 12, 2013 - Carolyn's last meeting and State Flag Challenge. Click HERE for pictures.
The challenge winners are:
1st: Marcia Hajeck - Kansas
2nd: Jo Weatherwax - Illinois
3rd: Carol Zych - Washington
Jan. 11, 2013 - Sue Pritt RoadTrip program
Placemat Project Update - 415 placemats delivered in 2012
Prize for most Placemats: Sharon Levanway with 92
Prizes for Judged Placemats:
1st Marcia Hajeck
2nd Jo Wilson
3rd Carol Zych
Handout for Sue Pritt's RoadTrip lecture HERE
Pictures from the meeting HERE
Dec. 14, 2012 - Program Committee Challenge - complete a UFO from a guild workshop - Winners:
1st Ruth Dickinson
2nd Holly Pennock
3rd Sharon Levanway
Click HERE to see all of the winners and all of the Challenge Quilts.
June 8, 2012 - "Black and White and __ All Over Challenge" Winners:
1st Thea Kazmer
2nd Sharon Levanway
3rd Sally Bauer
See photo links page for link to photos of all quilts
January 12, 2012 - see Photo link page for links to photos.
Jan 11 workshop rescheduled to Feb 9
December 9, 2011 -Placemat Project
April 8, 2011 -
Paint Chip Challenge Winners (26 entries):1st Place - Sally Bauer (quilt #5)
Click here to see all quilts from the meeting. Challenge quilts are at the start of the series followed by quilts of our speaker, Joanna Monroe, and show& share.
January 14, 2011 -
The winners of the 2010 Placemat project were announced. Over 500 placemats were made and delivered (up from under 200 in 2009). The winners are:
1st Place - Fran Hahn
2nd Place - Carol Zych
3rd Place - Jo Wilson
Most Placemats made - Jo Wilson, with 51 placemats
Thanks to all who participated. Joan will collect 2011 placemats anytime this year up to the November cut-off.
Sue Pritt has shared her handout about using graph paper to help design your quilts. Click HERE for the handout.
Dec., 10, 2010 - Holiday Party
Photos from meeting: Lucy's pictures
Holiday Block Challenge Winners:
Tie 1st Place - #4 Thea Kazner and #3 Marcia Hajeck
3rd Place - #5 Lynn Kane
Oct., 2010 - Marlous Carter followed by Show and Share
Sept. 2010 - Giant Show and Share
June 2010 Challenge - Going 'round in circles
1st - Jane Stearns
2nd - Ardyce Elmore
3rd - Virgina Huerfeld
Placemat Prizes - 130 placemats collected and distributed. Thank you. The winners are:
1st - Marcia Hajeck
2nd - Dona Pavlovic
3rd - Jo Wilson
Most Placemats - Patricia Rose (16)
The winning placemats (l to r): 1st, 3rd, 2nd
Holiday Block Challenge
1st - Marcia Hajeck
2nd - Kira Hoelzi
3rd - Carolyn Dollard
Kathie Alyce's Landscape workshop (Nov. 2008) produced great results by the next day.
Note: The guild has fabric available for QUILT service projects. Contact Karen Gutterman for Service Information.
Make placemats (approx. 14” x 18”) to be distributed in December to various organizations which serve the elderly and home-bound. The placemats will be collected all year at guild meetings. Members who wish theirs to be judged for prizes must submit them by November each year, with the member’s name taped or safety-pinned to the back.
December 2017 Quilt Challenge: (Re)Introduction to Color Theory
Learn about tints (white added), shades (black added), and tones (gray added) and how they differ from the pure color. Experience the power of complementary colors.
Each quilter will choose one of 24 cards containing a pure color. The card will also have examples of 15 additional colors which are the tints, shades, and tones of the pure color. For 80% of the quilt you must stay within these colors by using at least 8 of these colors. Additionally the card will show the complement and split complements (5 colors) of the pure color. The remaining 20% of the quilt must contain the complementary color(s). It is not necessary to only use solid fabrics. Prints can be used as long as the overall impression of color is on the card.
The quilt can be either a traditional or non-traditional design and will be voted on at the December 2017 meeting. Prizes will be awarded to the top three viewer’s choice in the two different categories.
To be eligible for this challenge, the quilt must
• be started after the announcement of the challenge
• have a perimeter of no more than 144 inches
• be finished (quilted and bound)
• have no uncovered identifying labels
For those not attending the May or June meeting or deciding later to participate in this challenge, I will send you a card with your color. Please e-mail Sue Nye at firstname.lastname@example.org with your home address.
April 2018 Mini Challenge - 19th Amendment
The challenge involves creating a block for a Centennial Quilt commemorating the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. The Centennial Quilt will be made up of blocks contributed from women all over the country, and will be displayed by the Susan B Anthony Museum at museums and libraries nationwide.
Specific directions for the block (and sample pictures) can be found on http://www.susanbanthonyhouse.org/2020quiltproject/
The finished block is 20x20 block with required purple and sunflower yellow borders (the colors of the Suffragists). The Challenge committee will provide the purple/yellow grosgrain ribbons that are used to connect the blocks in the quilt.
The center of the block should be white/cream with any design that depicts a person, place, or event related to the suffrage movement, social reforms, or women's history OR an issue of "unfinished business" related to the 1848 Declaration of Sentiments, the suffrage movement, or to the women's movement.
Please write a statement (40 words or less) that describe your block. This statement will be posted next to the block (NO NAMES!) when the guild members vote on their favorite blocks on April 13th.
Since this is not a regular Challenge there will not be any monetary prizes, but rewards will be given.
Those who participate in the challenge may opt to save their block for display at the 2019 Quilt Show, or submit it to the Susan B Anthony Museum to be added to the traveling quilt.
Questions? Contact email@example.com or Suenye54@gmail.com
For detailed block requirements click HERE
June 2018 Quilt Challenge: Fire and Ice (AKA Hot and Cold)
Your quilt should depict extremes in temperatures by choice of colors and/or design. The quilt should depict BOTH hot and cold in any proportion.
The quilt can be either a traditional or non-traditional design and will be voted on at the June 2018 meeting.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three viewer’s choice in the two different categories.
To be eligible for this challenge, the quilt must
· be started after the announcement of the challenge
· have a perimeter of less than 144 inches
· be finished (quilted and bound)
· have no uncovered identifying labels
Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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