SAMPLERS, WEDDING RINGS & MEMORIES - Quilt Show Winners Announced


Best of Show - Mt. Quest Sampler - Rosemary Fisher

Memory Quilt - Arnoldsburg School - Glenna Fleming

Houchin's Fabric Shop in Arnoldsburg sponsored a Quilt Show, April 4 through 7. Fifty-eight quilts were entered in competition for first, second and third place ribbons awarded in 10 different categories, as well as Best of Show and People's Choice.

Hand Pieced-Hand Quilted
First place, Double Bit Ax by Byrnadeen Offutt; second place, Cathedral Windows by Alice Holmes.

Machine Pieced-Hand Quilted
First place, Pioneer Sampler by Sue Jones; second place, The Twist by Jen Smith; third place Log Cabin Star by Leah Garrett.

Machine Pieced-Machine Quilted
First place, Mt. Quest Sampler by Rosemary Fisher; second place, SGI Sampler by Sue Jones, third place, Lone Star Log Cabin by Lois Marks.

Memory Quilts
First place, Sail Boat by Debbie Varda; second place, Arnoldsburg School by Glenna Fleming; third place Photo Quilt by Geneva Badgett.

Wall Hangings
First place, Almost Heaven West Virginia by Rosemary Fisher; second place, Grandmother's Backyard by Erma Miller; third place, Sampler by Linda Dolan.

Baby Quilts
First place, Spring Teddies by Erma Miller; second place, Dick and Jane by Shirley Hildreth; Irish Chain by Sue Jones.

Antique Quilts
First place, Double Wedding Ring by June Varda (deceased); second place, Double Wedding Ring made by Alberta Amos Bell (1936) Judy Knotts.

Appliqué-Embroidery Quilts
First place, Country Sampler by Ruth Chisler; second place, Green and White Flowers by Erma Miller; third place, Angels in Sky by Clara Roberts.

Peoples Choice
Grandmother's Backyard by Erma Miller.

Best of Show
Mt. Quest Sampler by Rosemary Fisher.

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