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Quilt Your Colors Quilt Contest 2011 Official Rules

Quilt Your Colors Quilt Contest 2011 Official Rules TERM: The Quilt Your Colors Quilt Contest 2011 (the "Contest") begins on August 28, 2011, and ends on January 14, 2012.

WINDOW TO THE SOUL "ORGANIC" QUILT

WINDOW TO THE SOUL "ORGANIC" QUILT To highlight the richness and depth of my Organic Soul fabrics I designed "Window to the Soul" as a stained-glass window motif that deepens as it tumbles towards the center.

Bunny Oh Bunny! Quilt

©2010 BERNINA of America, Inc. jpl Page 1 of 6 As a quilter, I have always admired the stunning tone-on-tone heirloom quilts for which Diane Gaudynski is so well known.

2010 “A Mountain Quiltfest”

2011 A Mountain Quiltfest Guidelines for Quilt Show Entries A Mountain Quiltfest is free and open to the public. There are no fees for entering a quilt in to our show.

Quilts in Bloom

Northern California's 2011 Quilt Rush APRIL 13-17, 2011 Open 9am to 7pm Wednesday -Saturday * 10am -4pm Sunday Hosted by 14 Northern California shops.

33rd Annual Minnesota Quilters Show Awards - June 2011

CATEGORY AWARDS PIECED - Large - 1 Person 1 st Place: "Bali Hai" by Marilyn Badger 2 nd Place: "Christmas All Around" by Sherry Reynolds 3 rd Place: "Double Wedding Ring" by Beverly Willis HM: "Sadie's Song" by Sharyl Schlieckau PIECED - Large - 2 Person 1 st Place: "Maritime in Red" by Ann ...

CaterCorner

We will need 40 Dark One/Light One combination HSTs for this quilt. To make them the traditional way, start by cutting (2) strips 4" wide by the WOF from both the Dark One and the Light One fabric.

April 24 Easter Sunday - MATERIAL NEWS Store Hours: Tuesday ...

second Saturday, April 9, at 10 am Bring Section 2 of your quilt for show & tell and enter to win a $100 DQC gift certificate to be given away at the end of the year.

A Guide to the Trail and A Patchwork History of Our Quilts

A Guide to the Trail and A Patchwork History of Our Quilts and Our Heritage THE RANDOLPH COUNTY QUILT TRAIL As the area that became Randolph County was being settled in the very early 1800s, quilting was becoming more prevalent as a useful and creative craft in young America.