Thursday, October 20, 2011

More pics of the Quilt Show

I located more pictures from our recent guild quilt show!  I already showed you my quilts in previous posts.  Here are the other amazing winning quilts.  Congrats to all--- the honors were well deserved.  If only there were a hundred more ribbons to award!  All of the 150 quilts were works of art!

The following pictures were "lifted" from the Westside Quilters' Guild website   If you happen to live in the Portland, Oregon area, we'd love to have you join us!  You can find meeting information and lots of other goodies on the website.  I don't know who took these pics- but whoever you are- thanks!

 Marcia Elliot was awarded second place Peoples' Choice for "Stars".  I love the fabrics in this quilt!  They look like they could have come from my personal stash!

Marcia also took a second ribbon. The Tuality Foundation awarded a ribbon to Marcia Elliot for Vineyard Stroll, her star sampler with grape detail.

 Patty Dobbs took home TWO ribbons!  The first was for her hand applique masterpiece.  Patty recently taught a hand applique class to guild members and I learned a lot.  She is truly an award winning hand applique artist!

 Patty was also awarded a ribbon for "Worms".  Isn't this one fun!?!?

Featured Quilt Artist Terry Grant, shown here, giving a ribbon for Ann Laffin's quilt of Bob the cat.

Jean Lasswell, shown here, gave the President's Award to Jean Noltensmeier for her postage stamp applique quilt, quilted by Shawn Priggel.

Featured Quilt Artist Mary Goodson awarded a ribbon to Jean Lasswell for her West Along the Tualatin Challenge Quilt, That's What I Like About Oregon. Show Chair Clara Mashek is seen here pinning the ribbon.


WoolenSails said...

Love the quilts and such beautiful work and creative use of fabrics.


Barbara said...

I've been thinking about attending a meeting of this guild. Maybe next month...

Debsent said...

Just loved the Salt Lake City pics and the garden pics. Wayne looked very cute with his little tractor nearby. I have been doing a container garden on my porch for a few years, with pretty good results, but this year got NO zucchini or cukes. Hope all are well in the Pacific Northwest. Am hungrily eyeing that vibrant Asian fabric, as well as some batiks. Hope to talk with you soon.