We are accepting registrations for our October 20 & 21 “Autumn Leaves” quilt show. It’s easy to enter your quilts! Print a Registration Form from our Quilt Show page, fill it out, and either bring it to our guild meeting next week or mail or email it as shown on the form. Then come to the show and admire your hard work. You do NOT need to be a member to enter. Remember! Registrations are due September 15th.
With sadness we say goodbye to longtime guild member Carol Thurman of Claremore, OK. Carol has actively served the guild in many roles since the day she first joined, including past President and Quilt Show Chair. Carol won many awards for her quilts, particularly for her exceptional applique skills. She also excelled at embroidery and hand quilting. Carol particularly enjoyed teaching her talents to others. Her guild friends will miss her greatly.
A Memorial Service for Carol is scheduled for Saturday, January 28, 2017 @ 1:00 p.m. at Lifechanger Church, 2221 Cornerstone Ave., Claremore, OK.
Country Fare Quilter’s Guild’s officers for 2017:
Joan Anderson, President; Jolene Beattie,1st Vice-President; Steve Anna True, 2nd Vice-President; Kathy Ewing, Secretary; and Jimmy Bolin, Treasurer (L to R).
Thank you to Judy Haines for serving the guild as President for the past two years and to all the 2016 officers:
Please join us as we congratulate the big winners at this year’s “Autumn Leaves” 2016 Quilt Show.
Best of Show was awarded to Steve Anna True for her “Summer Stroll” quilt:
Viewer’s Choice and Best Hand Quilting were awarded to Deana Raynor for her “Starry Chain” quilt:
Best Machine Quilting was awarded to Judy Haines for her “Patchy Churn Mystery” quilt:
Country Fare Quilter’s Guild’s 2016 Donation Quilt “Everything’s Black and White” was won by guild member Susan Hatchette:
Shirley Potter is this year’s lucky winner of the special July quilt top, made with extra blocks from last year’s fabric challenge. Blocks were created by various guild members and arranged in this awesome setting by Linda Hertensteiner and Paula Klaassen. Congratulations, lucky Shirley.
Country Fare Quilter’s Guild’s annual “Autumn Leaves” Quilt Show will be Friday and Saturday, October 21 & 22, 2016. Cash prizes will be awarded to winning quilts. Quilt entries must be pre-registered by September 23, 2016. Please check our Quilt Show page for details or download a Registration Form to enter.
Country Fare Quilter’s Guild received three fantastic ribbons on the 2016 Donation Quilt “Everything’s Black and White” at Muskogee Area Quilt Guild’s annual quilt show last month: First Place in the Group Category, Judge’s Choice, and Viewer’s Choice. The quilt was put together by members Linda Hertensteiner and Paula Klaassen with 2015 Fabric Challenge blocks created by various guild members and then machine quilted by guild member and President Judy Haines. The quilt will be given away at our annual “Autumn Leaves” Quilt Show in October, 2016 (exact date pending). Tickets can be purchased from guild members or at one of our regular guild meetings. Congratulations, guild members!
Meet Country Fare Quilter’s Guild’s 2016 Officers:
Jimmy Bolin, Treasurer; Judy Haines, President; Steve Anna True, Secretary; Janet Teel, 1st Vice-President; and Jolene Beatty, 2nd Vice-President (Left to right)
Diana Jasany, a 15 year old North Carolina Girl Scout, is making twin-sized quilts for teenagers aging out of foster care for her Gold Award Project, the highest level of achievement in Girl Scouts. It takes 42 scrappy 12” blocks to make one quilt and Diana’s goal is to collect blocks from all 50 states. Diana is using Bonnie Hunter’s free pattern “Scrappy Trip Around the World” which can be printed with permission from Bonnie’s Quiltville website. You can follow Diana’s project on Diana’s Golden Needle on Facebook.
If you would like to donate one of these quick and easy blocks to Diana’s project, please give your block to Susan at our July 23rd Anniversary Luncheon to send to Diana. If you would like to donate a second block, we will join them into a Love Quilt from the guild.
To make one 12″ scrappy trip block you only need:
(6) 2.5″ X 16″ rectangles of varying contrasting colors, including lights and darks.
Shown Left: Scrappy Trip Block by Susan
Country Fare Quilter’s Guild’s 2015 donation quilt “Because of the Brave” won Best of Show, Best Machine Quilting, First Place in its category, and Viewer’s Choice at the Muskogee Area Quilt Guild’s “Quilted Dreams” quilt show this past weekend. A very special Congratulation goes to Judy Haines, who set the blocks together and did the extraordinary machine quilting. Congratulations and thank you to all guild members who created a block for the quilt during our 2014 Fabric Challenge. We will give the quilt away on Saturday, October 17th at our annual quilt show. Tickets are available at our regular guild meetings or from guild members.