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September 8th Special Guest is Mindy Smith. - blog update added
Mindy Smith is a textile/mixed media artist in Columbia, Missouri. She teaches quilting art classes and lectures on the topics—Documenting your Quilts and Discovering the Story in the Quilt. Mindy started quilting 30 years ago and has made many commissioned quilts, as well as, several that were donated to charitable auctions. Her fiber art has been displayed in Paducah, Denver at the University of Missouri. She is the curator of the Daniel Boone Regional Library (Columbia MO) Quilt Show displayed annually and Immediate Past CEO of Booneslick Trail Quilters’ Guild.
There is a vibrant creativity in every quilter, evidenced by the beautiful variety of quilts and wall hangings that emerge out of our lives. Women are strong and smart and we have a lot of strength to give and a lot to teach the world around us with our quilts. Invisible Women and Their Silent Quilts lecture is designed to encourage and inspire quilters to broaden their influence and document their quilts by choosing their own personal method of documentation not only for the quilts, but the piece of their life represented by each quilt. A trunk show is included.
!! BLOG UPDATE !!
What a wonderful treat to have Mindy Smith and her "entourage" with us! We hope the all come back soon.
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Nancy Swanwick presented a trunk show of her quilts.
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Registrations will be due and turned in at the July Guild Meetings. Make sure you have them COMPLETELY filled out and with CORRECT size information. Don't wait till the last minute or at the guild meeting, you may not have all the information required. When that happens, it makes more work for others and it's stressful for you and them.
Click the image below to download the Quilt Entry Registration Form.
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Help support our charitable cause! Stop by the Quilts in Force table and pick up a kit to make a quilt top or take a quilt that needs binding.
The table is set up with different sections for the various stages of the process – fabric, quilt tops to be quilted, quilts that need binding & labels, completed quilts for distribution, etc.
Fabric donations are welcome, but please bring good-quality cotton that is kid-friendly.
Quilt backing is also needed.
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LARGE BED QUILTS (Hand Quilted)
1st Place – MARY ANN HESTON – Emma-Favorite Youngest
2nd Place – HOPE VELASQUEZ – Vintage Stitches
3rd Place – JOANN BORCHELT – Millie’s Quilt
LARGE BED QUILTS (Machine Quilted)
1st Place – HELEN ODOM – Block-of-the-Month
2nd Place – MARCI HAINKEL – Evening Star
3rd Place – TEDDIE BROUGHTON – Tennessee Waltz
SMALL BED QUILTS (Hand Quilted)
1st Place – MARTHA BELL – Aunt Millie’s Garden
2nd Place – ELEANOR FORBES – Glory Glory
3rd Place – PATRICIA ROGERS – Be Attitudes
SMALL BED QUILTS (Machine Quilted)
1st Place – DIANN BOEHM – Vintage Moments
1st Place – HELEN TIDICS – Folk Art Album
2nd Place – VALARIE HILL – Smokey River Quilt
3rd Place – JUDY MULVEY – Winter Wonderland
WALL HANGINGS (Hand Quilted)
1st Place – LISA MORROW-WELSH – Paisley Parade
2nd Place – LISA MORROW-WELSH – Midnight Snowflakes
3rd Place – LISA MORROW-WELSH – Hugs and Kisses
WALL HANGINGS (Machine Quilted)
1st Place – MARTHA BELL – Dahlie
2nd Place – KATHY LIMPIC – Gettysburg
3rd Place – GRETA MCGREGOR – Contemporary Klimt
1st Place – JOYCE ALLEN – Pinwheels
2nd Place – ROBERTA WATERFIELD – Our Grandmothers Remembered
3rd Place – JAN KRAMME – Mini Carolina Lily
1st Place – MARCI HAINKEL – Teeth Itching Green
2nd Place – PAM PEUGH – Bird /crazy
3rd Place – CRYSTAL DESHAZER (sponsor – Jackie Keirnan-Hale) – French Provincial
1st Place – GRETA MCGREGOR – The Joy of Hexagoning
2nd Place – JAN KRAMME – Illusion
3rd Place – JANE BROMBERG – Garden Shapes
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Vicki is so productive it is intimidating! What a lot of great scrappy quilts from the scrappy farmer!
Be sure to check the photo gallery to see quilts by some of our own guild members.