Pine Tree Needlers Quilt Guild announce Augustfest Show winners
The Mt. Morris, Pine Tree Needlers Quilt Guild presented their Augustfest Quit Show at the WW II Memorial Building, in Wautoma on Aug. 11. This year PTN presented “Quilt of Valor” quilts to Dennis Ball of Wautoma and Robert Pemble of Pine River. Viewers had an opportunity to judge a record 86 quilt entries. The following were ribbon winners:
Domestic Machine Quilted: 1st “Hospitality” Penny Zarnsdorf; 2nd “Study in Batiks” Pam Pierce; and 3rd “Shadow Box 1” Susan Miszewski.
Long-arm Quilted: 1st “Crystal Prism” Irene Warwick; 2nd “Wild King-dom” Ginney Kolter; and 3rd “Off Center Pineapple” Verona Morgan
Youth (under 18 years old): 1st “A Wall Hanging” Caitlyn Kolter.
Wall Hangings”: 1st “Majestic Eagle” Dorothea Bourdo; 2nd “Flower Quilt” Virgene Pemble; and 3rd “Reflections of Friendship Jeanne Boots and “Panel Quilt” Pam Pierce.
Baby and Children’s Quilt: 1st “Giraffes” Char Heger; 2nd “Lillian’s Baby Quilt” Pam Pierce; and 3rd “Smiling Faces” Delores Reilly.
Accessories and Miniature:
1st Bench Pillows” Judy Schulz; 2nd “Flower Patch Runner” Caryl Brix; and 3rd “Oriental Wonder” Virgene Pemble.
Guild and Retreat Projects:
1st “Stony Path by Thornberry Quilt” Karen Pica; 2nd “Log Cabin” Karen Pica; and 3rd “Three Color Quilt” Virgene Pemble.
This year’s special children’s feature was to “make a frog”. The children’s frog will be made into a crib quilt. In spring the quilts will be placed on display in the Wautoma Public Library and again at next year’s quilt show. Eventually the quilts will be given to Social Services. Robin Burrows, a visitor from Texas, was the recipient of the raffle quilt.
The Pine Tree Needlers had a boutique where members sold items they had made throughout the year.
Plans are already under way for next year’s quilt show on Aug. 10. They meet the fourth Wednesday of every month at 9 am at the Mountain View Community Center, in Mt. Morris. For additional information about the annual quilt show and quilt activities please contact Karen Pica, 920-787-4455.