Date: April 18 and 19, 2009
Saturday - 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday - 10 am - 4 pm
Place: Ravena Coeymans Selkirk High School, Rt. 9W, Ravena, NY
And the winners are .....
|Best of Show, Traditional||187J-My Hibiscus, Laurie Collins|
|Best of Show, Non-Traditional||829J-Lava Lamp, Jeanne Ayers|
|Best Entry, Hand Quilted||114J-Untitled, Lynne Shultis|
|Best Entry, Machine Quilted||302J-Twinkling Stars of Autumn, Jeanne Ayers|
|Best Entry, Traditional Pieced||101J-Double Sawtooth-1850 Revisited, Linda J. Miller|
|Best Entry, Traditional Appliqued||187J-My Hibiscus, Laurie Collins|
|Best Entry, Mixed Techniques||302J-Twinkling Stars of Autumn, Jeanne Ayers|
|Best Entry, Original Design||124J-Snowmen Aren t Only for Christmas, Thea Kazmer|
|Best Entry, Use of Color||802J-Underwater Seminole, Carolyn Olsen|
|Best Rookie Quilt||502J-Zany Zebras, Terryann Lasinski|
|Sandra Dorrbecker||856J-Make Room for the Ladies, Carol Newhart|
|Mary Walter||844J-Tropical Leaves, Carolyn Olsen|
|1st Place||222J-Hobbes Lives!, Peg Cerutti|
|2nd Place||285J-Pieces of Old, Marcia Hajeck|
|3rd Place||200J-Sophie s Quilt, Linda J. Miller|
|Honorable Mention||199J-Welcome Spring, Norma Hahn|
|1st Place||187J My Hibiscus, Laurie Collins|
|2nd Place||101J-Double Sawtoothed, Linda J. Miller|
|3rd Place||102J-Homage to Unknown Quilter, Linda J. Miller|
|Honorable Mention||114J-Untitled, Lynne Schltis|
|129J-Courthouse Steps, Nancy Schlegel|
|Traditional-Machine Quilted by Maker-Small|
|1st Place||161J-Sampler Trip, Patsy A.D. Quimby|
|2nd Place||111J-Floating Stars, Patsy A.D.Quimby|
|3rd Place||162J-My First Trip Around World, Lynn Cummings|
|Traditional-Machine Quilted by Maker-Medium|
|1st Place||302J-Twinkling Stars of Autumn, Jeanne Ayers|
|2nd Place||109J-Feathered Stars, Jeanne Ayers|
|3rd Place||250J-Day Lilies of Autumn, Patsy A.D. Quimby|
|Honorable Mention||249J-Little Baby Tucker s Quilt, Peg Cerutti|
|304J-Super Nova, Patsy A.D. Quimby|
|Traditional-Machine Quilted by Maker-Large|
|1st Place||135J-Bargello Garden, Patsy A.D. Quimby|
|2nd Place||107J-My Wish for my Grandchildren, Peg Cerutti|
|3rd Place||138J-Autumn Crossings, Marjorie Hopkins|
|155J-Ryan and Becca Forever, Laurie Collins|
|Honorable Mention||300J Green Stars, Susan Trulson|
|Traditional-Machine Quilted by Other-Small|
|1st Place||124J-Snowmen Not Only for X-mas, Thea Kazmer|
|2nd Place||201J-Asagao, Ethel Stoddard|
|3rd Place||178J-Kaleidoscope on Point, Thea Kazmer|
|Traditional-Machine Quilted by Other-Large|
|2nd Place||113J-The Kiss-Wonder Block My Way, Thea Kazmer|
|139J-1930 s Revisited, Marcia Hajeck|
|3rd Place||117J-Once in a Blue Moon, Kathy Riedel|
|Honorable Mention||121J-Christmas Joy, Shirley Ratta|
|152J-Bloomin 9 Patch Revisited, Kathleen Burke|
|1st Place||843J- Misty Lake, Lila Hollister Smith|
|2ndPlace||874J-My Picasso, Muguette Martel|
|886J-Life s Maze, Jo Weatherwax|
|888J- Circlemania, Tina Raggio|
|3rd Place||856J-Make Room for Ladies, Carol Newhart|
|882J- Santa Monica #4 Squares, Joan Byalin|
|Honorable Mention||828J-Santa Monica #1 Storm, Joan Byalin|
|1st Place||844J-Tropical Leaves, Carolyn Olsen|
|892J-Borealis Over Yellowstone Lake, Jeanne Ayers|
|2nd Place||838J-First Sign of Spring, Jo Wilson|
|881J-Mosquito, Lila Hollister Smith|
|3rd Place||845J-I Think That I Shall Never See, Mary Reich|
|350J-Life In My Westerlo Woods/The Follower, Lila Hollister Smith|
|Honorable Mention||830J-Garden Party, Jane Stearns|
|1st Place||800J-Pillars of Faith, Jeanne Ayers|
|829J-Lava Lamp, Jeanne Ayer|
|2nd Place||802J- Underwater Seminole, Carolyn Olsen|
|3rd Place||817J-Scrambled Parrots, Lila Hollister Smith|
|Honorable Mention||803J-Oriental Magic Tiles, Ardyce Gilmore|
|806J-The Birdhouses, Barbara Brisee|
|1st Place||908J-Pandora s Coat, Lila Hollister Smith|
|2nd Place||902J-Purple, Of Course!, Marcia Hajeck|
|906J-Big Man Jacket, Lila Hollister Smith|
|914J-Peking Night, Carol Newhart|
|3rd Place||900J-Lavender Vest, Marjorie Hopkins|
|Honorable Mention||903J-Patchwork Vest, Carolyn Olsen|
|President's Award (Mary Phillips)||193J-Through the Garden Gate-Lynn Kane|
|Linda Clark||150-Hanamomen Moment-Kathleen Burke|
|Sharon Levanway||174-First Batltimore Album Quilt-Laura Defino|
|Nancy Schlegel||350J-Life in My Westerlo Woods,The Follower-Lila Hollister Smith|
|*whimsical, amusing awards, open to all entries
* Awarded by the judging committee
|Useful Stuff Award||256-Walter's Quilt-Connie Danko|
|Beautiful View Award||855-Solitude-Barbara Leonard Carkner|
|Unusual Embellishments||889,890,891-Remember Love Dolls, Dawn Dolls, Childish Things- Susan Leath|
|Made Us Laugh||149J-Leghorn Special-Tina Raggio|
|Striking Use of Black||128-Lilibet's Garden-Jeanne Ayers|
|Outstanding Quadricentennial Quilt||301-Henry Hudson 301-Henry Hudson Quadricentennial-Thea Kazmer|
|Largest Star||103J-Nova Nouvelle-Ann Schaffer|
|Great Use of Nine Patches||Autumn Crossings-Marjorie Hopkins|
|Raffle Quilt Winner - J. Leavitt|
|Quilt Block Challenge - Show Viewers Choice|
|1st Norma Hahn|
|2nd Shirley Ratta|
|3rd Karen Gutterman|
|4th Jo Wilson|
|Viewers' Choice - Traditional-Linda Miller-Double Sawtoothed-1850 Revisited|
|Viewers' Choice - Nontraditional-Jeanne Ayres-Pillars of Faith|
|Viewers' Choice - Wearable-Carolyn Olsen-Patchwork Vest|
|Quilt Show Challenge "Reach for the Stars"
Guild viewers' choice
|1st place||301JC - Henry Hudson Quadricentennial Thea Kazmer|
|2nd place||302JC-Twinkling Stars of Autumn - Jeanne Ayers|
|3rd place||Linda Louie|
|Honorable Mention||303C-Challenged Moose- Pearl Collins|
Laurie Collins - Best of Show
Jeanne Ayers - Best of Show
About our Guild
Q.U.I.L.T. meets monthly (September thru June) in Delmar, NY. We have been meeting for about 26 years and have about 200 members.
See Q.U.I.L.T. Home Page for details.
We have a Quilt Show every two years. Come join us in April, 2009.
Quilt Show Committee Meetings will take place the 1st Monday of every month until May, 2009, at the Bethlehem Community Church, Elm Ave., Delmar, from 9:30 am - 11:30 am.
Check out the special features of our show Raffle quilt tickets Vendors Quilt Boutique and Mini-Mart Silent Auction Featured artist gallery talk Sat at 1 pm Fashion Show Sun at 1 pm Quilt Appraisals Demonstrations Kids Helping Kids Quilt Block Challenge Raffle Quilt 88" x 116" queen size quilt, beautifully hand quilted by members. Tickets available at show. Drawing on April 19, 2009
Check out the special features of our show
Raffle quilt tickets
Quilt Boutique and Mini-Mart
Featured artist gallery talk Sat at 1 pm
Fashion Show Sun at 1 pm
Kids Helping Kids
Quilt Block Challenge
88" x 116" queen size quilt, beautifully hand quilted by members.
Tickets available at show.
Drawing on April 19, 2009
Adirondack Quilts Basics and Beyond Baskets, Boxes and Things Dreamcrafters Dyeing 2 Sew Fieldstone House Gloversville Sewing Center The Joyful Quilter Priscilla Kibbee Log Cabin Fabrics Pam's Patchwork Patterns Patti's Quilting & Fabrics Pookies Fabrics Studio 55 Woodstock Quilt Supply Quilt Bug A Notion to Quilt
Adirondack Quilts Basics and Beyond
Baskets, Boxes and Things Dreamcrafters
Dyeing 2 Sew Fieldstone House
Gloversville Sewing Center The Joyful Quilter
Priscilla Kibbee Log Cabin Fabrics
Pam's Patchwork Patterns Patti's Quilting & Fabrics
Pookies Fabrics Studio 55
Woodstock Quilt Supply Quilt Bug
A Notion to Quilt
Our featured artist this year will be Betty Pillsbury from Middleburgh, NY who is a nationally known teacher and maker of crazy quilts. She has appeared on Simply Quilts and has had articles in Quilting Arts and Piecework magazines plus many others. Her combination of needlework, crazy quilt piecing and wonderful fabrics will impress and delight all who see her work. She will also give a gallery talk at 1 pm on Saturday April 18. Her website is http://www.bettypillsbury.com/.
Garments made by our members will be modeled to show a unique creativity in quilting skills. Jackets, vests, and coats from two of our guild workshops that taught bog coats and rectangular garments plus member's own original work will be shown. Join us for the this free show at 1 pm on Sunday, April 19th, 2009.
Kathie Greenwold will be doing quilt appraisals at the show. She will charge $30 for each appraisal and can do one for any quilt hanging at the show, or ones brought to her during the show. An appointment is necessary, so please contact her at LCGreeny@aol.com.
Saturday 11 a.m. Demonstration: The Design and Making of the Crayon Quilt 12: 00 noon Demonstration: Paper Piecing – Create Those Seemingly Impossible Shapes 1 p.m. Gallery Talk Guest Artist: Betty Pillsbury 2: 15 p.m. Demonstration: Wrapped-Line Baskets and Totes 3:30 p.m. Demonstration: Woven Fabric Quilting Sunday 11 a.m. Demonstration: Playing with the X Block 12: 00 noon Demonstration: Applique 1 p.m. Fashion Show of garments and accessories created by the members of Q.U.I.L.T. Inc 2: 45 p.m. Demonstration: Nine Patch Piecing Kids Helping Kids
11 a.m. Demonstration: The Design and Making of the Crayon Quilt
12: 00 noon Demonstration: Paper Piecing –
Create Those Seemingly Impossible Shapes
1 p.m. Gallery Talk Guest Artist: Betty Pillsbury
2: 15 p.m. Demonstration: Wrapped-Line Baskets and Totes
3:30 p.m. Demonstration: Woven Fabric Quilting
11 a.m. Demonstration: Playing with the X Block
12: 00 noon Demonstration: Applique
1 p.m. Fashion Show of garments and accessories created by the members of
2: 45 p.m. Demonstration: Nine Patch Piecing
Kids Helping Kids
Jo Weatherwax will again be inviting kids at the 2009 quilt show to draw a quilt block for children who are ill or in need.She will take the blocks and make quilts out of them to give to a child or children. This is a great way to introduce a child or grandchild to quilting.
Information for Guild Members Concerning the Quilt Show
Quilt Show Challenge 2009 (Completed Quilt)
Spring 2009 Quilt Challenge
Reach for the Star
As we Reach for the Stars for our 2009 Quilt Show, we are also reminded that in 1609 Henry Hudson and his ship the Half Moon navigated up the Hudson River to Albany. Let us navigate with this star fabric a quilt that would inspire the journey of any voyager.
* Must be completed between June 2008 - February 12, 2009
* Entries must be finished with sleeve. One entry per person.
* You will start with one fat quarter. A recognizable piece of this challenge fabric must be used. You can add as much of the challenge fabric or any other fabrics to make a quilt any size.
* Must have at least one star block in the quilt.
*Quilts are due at the February 12 meeting. Voting will occur at this meeting. Quilts will be on display at the Quilt Show.
You can purchase challenge fabric with rules at the QUILT Inc. meetings or Log Cabin Fabrics 702 Starr Rd Ravena, NY 12143 - 767-9236
Prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, place winners.
1st prize $50.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00
Questions: contact Kathy Riedel or Susan Trulsen
Quilt Block Challenge
Create a block, 12 1/2" X 12 1/2" using required blue fabric (available at guild meetings and Log Cabin Fabrics, Ravena, NY.) There is no specific theme for the block.
Blocks are due at the April, 2009 guild meeting.
Judging will be Viewers Choice at the Quilt Show.
Questions: contact Kathy Riedel or Susan Trulsen
The 2007 quilt show will once again include a silent auction of small quilts donated by our members. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer's Association, Northeastern New York.
The quilts may be pieced, appliquéd by hand or machine, quilted by hand or by machine and should measure no more than 72 inches around the outside. Please be sure to include a hanging sleeve or some other method of hanging the quilt. Each piece must have a label including QUILT, Inc. 2009 and may also include your name if you wish. Special QUILT, Inc. labels are available from Peg Cerutti or Ardyce Elmore.
Bags can also be donated. They will be priced and sold for the benefit of the Alzheimer's Association of Northeastern NY.
The Guild Boutique (generally consigment items and outright donations).
The guild will receive a portion of the sale price. Each item must include the maker's name and price (which includes sales tax) and an identifying number. The guild will keep 10% of the proceeds from the sale of the item. All members providing items for the Guild Booth will be expected to work at least 2 hours at the guild booth during the show. Proceeds from the Guild Booth will benefit the guild.
Members are also encouraged donate one item to the Guild Boutique which will be sold solely for the benefit of the guild (not consignment).
Mini Mart Items for both booths may be delivered to special boxes at monthly guild meetings.
The guild will receive all funds from sales of the MiniMart items.
Items for both booths may be delivered to special boxes at monthly guild meetings.
Quilt appraisals will be available for a small fee. Contact Kathie Greenwold at email@example.com for information and an appointment.