Monday, June 20, 2011

June....Military Pride...Paula Schultz...Inspired!

John Roll and his commitee rose to the challenge when they made this quilt for Military Pride. Each branch represented, wonderful center emblem and Charlotte embroidered a perfect label on the back. This will be the pic that will be in The Batavia Daily this coming Saturday! Nice work everyone and thank you to John for taking this project on. So proud of our guild!
Lorraine West made a shawl for chilly evenings to come ( not soon, we hope!)

Lorraine's gift to her brother
Ann Renica made some donation quilts
Ann Renica- Made with the "twister" ruler. (above and below)
Mary Kozub's "Family Album"
Mary Kozub's third place winner, "All State"
Barb Brady's latest bag
A Guest show and tell by Irene (?)
More of Irene's exemplary work.
Tracy Jachimowicz made this in a class with Janet Root
Martha Lorshbaugh's newest Jacket, with  Priscilla Kibbee mola
Martha says she's glad this project is finished!
Martha's gift to her step Grandson
John Rolle is making quilts for Roswell.
The cover of Kathi Everett's fabric book. 5 pages created by 5 women. Thanks to Ann Rupert for the sample books that were used in this book!
Paula is a walking work of art.

The youngest "member" of the guild enjoyed herself while everyone else was watching Paula.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Members win at the Genesee Valley show!!!

The Museum Quilt Guild is proud that two of our members were honored for their work at the recent "Diamond Jubilee" quilt festival!!!

Congratulations to our own Kathi Everett, winner of the Iron Quilter Challenge at the Genesee Valley Quilt  Club Quilt Show on Saturday June 4, 2011.   Twenty people found out the themes at 10 AM that morning and 3 1/2 hours later had constructed a quilt to be judged and auctioned off to the highest bidders.   Kathi's quilt, based on the theme "The Diet" was chosen grand winner.   For that, she was awarded a new Bernina sewing machine.   

Also, Mary Kozub of our guild was a 3rd place winner in the art quilt category with her quilt...."All State". 

Congratulations, Kathi &; Mary, we are ALL very  proud of you!