Thursday, June 23, 2016

2ND Set of Quilt Walk Quilt Show

The winner for the Quilt Walk peoples choice quilt is "Strut Your Stuff" by Keela Mangum.  She is so fun, I am glad she won.  Her quilt is fun too.   This will make a second year with a chicken theme.

Marilyn Veater made this quilt.  It was hand quilted by her and some friends.  The blocks are hand embroidered.

Green Tea and Sweet Beans is the name of this quilt.  It was made by Crystal Zierenberg.  She said it was a hard pattern but she loved making it.

This house block quilt was also made by Crystal.  She said she made it in 12 days, she just couldn't stop.

This one is Hearts Affire.  Karma Ellgen made this one with machine appliqué.  She works for Dave's Bernina if you are interested.  They have classes to make it.  This one was quilted by Annette Rawlinson.

This is one of my personal favorites because it is mine.  Kay Shakespear made it for me from the guild and they all signed it for me.  I love it.

Sheree Wallstad made this Quilt Walk Quilt.  She has the story on the left and the men that made the Quilt Walk on the right.  It is a true work of art.  It is appliqued.

Angeli Sheffer appliqued these boots.  She thought she would be able to applique these on the plane but ended up doing it during conference.

PQCM is the name of this quilt.  It depicts scenes from the Philippines.  Angeli brought this back from there when she came home from her mission.

This is another one of Angeli's from the Philippines.  It is beautiful.

Hadley's Farm Quilt was made by Dianne Fullmer for her latest grand daughter.  Yes, she is loved and I am sure the quilt is too.

Bats, Cats and Ghouls is one of Becky Yard's quilts.  She had Roxanna Simkins quilt it for her.

Lola Henrie owns this quilt.  It was made by Claudia Crump and given as a retirement gift.

Mistletoe Lane was made by our winner, Keela Mangum.

Crystal Mortensen made this trip around the world.  It is beautiful.

Keela Mangum created this wool appliqué quilt.

Ardith Davis makes a baby quilt for each of her grand children.  This one goes to the 15th.

Black Eyed Susan is the name of this one.  Angeli Sheffer made this.  She actually took a Quilt Walk class to learn the technique.

This is another hand quilted quilt Angeli brought back from the Philipines.  It is exquisite.

This is Baby Hounds tooth.  It was created by Dianne Fullmer for her Grand Baby Hadley.

Dianne also made this quilt.  It is another baby size.  It is darling.

Dianne made six of these.  She made them for each of her children's families.

Dianne also made this one using her scraps from Meet Me in Paris quilt.

This double wedding ring was made by Rosa and Angeli Sheffer owns it.   She also brought this one back from the Philippines.

Pat Shakespear made this with LaRessa Baldwin quilting it.

Heather Hutchison was given the fabric from someone else's scraps and she whipped this up.

This is another one of Heather's.  It is made with raw edge appliqué.

Pinwheel Stars made by Pat Shakespear and quilted by LaRessa Baldwin.

Ardith Davis hand quilted this.  It is from a panel.

This is Dianne Fullmer's Round Robin from our Guild.  We each made 23 blocks and then exchanged.

Jerilu Houston needed a Halloween quilt so she made this log cabin with Halloween fabrics.  Look at the pillow that goes with it.

Dianne also made this and names it Maddy's Choice.  It has the softest back.  The pattern is called Jacob's Ladder.

This is so fun.  Can you see the magnifying glass?  It is called Close Up and made by Susan Shurtz.

This beauty was one of the runner ups.  It is called a Trip to Ireland.  It was inspired by a trip and created by Judy Wooley.

Ardith Davis hand sewed this Cathedral Windows Quilt.  She taught this class last year here at Quilt Walk.

Metro Rings was one of the most popular quilt classes last year.  Crystal made this while taking the class from Kim McAlister.  

Playful is the name of this one.  It was chosen for the Cruise Retreat by Daves Bernina because of it's name.  It was made by Annette Houston.

This Basket of Posies is Crystal Mortensen's.  What a happy quilt.

This one is very hard to see the stitching.  It is white on white candle wicking.  It is all hand stitched and made by Norma Kurr.  It has won 3 awards and is called Legacy of Love.

Peggy Egan bought this fabric at the Quilt Walk last year and actually finished it for this years Quilt Walk.

This is Kylee's and made by Donna Osborn.

Shauna Stout made this Sun Flower Patch with the help of a friend at Quilt Walk 2014.

Claudia Crump created this Quilt Walk Quilt.  It is cotton and wool appliqué.

At home in the Garden is the name of this pattern.  I enjoyed making it.

This is another one of Dave's Bernina's quilts.  

Crystal made this Fiesta Mexico.  The colors are striking.  LaReesa Baldwin quilted this.

This is Norma Kurr's Shooting Star.

Crystal Zierenberg made this split 9patch sleeping bag.  She said it was a lot of fun.  It is a Mixi Heart Design.

Russian Rubix made by Autumn Zierenberg when she was 12.

Watermelon made by Crystal Zierenberg.

This log cabin quilt is also done by Crystal Zierenberg.

Winters Night is the name of this quilt.  It is another one brought by Crystal.  I so appreciate those that brought quilts.

Virginia Holyoak made this wool sampler.

Dillan Zierenberg is 8 years old and this is his first quilt that he made.  It was made using a layer cake.

This is called Garden Trellis.  It was made by Joan Hayes.

Kae Holyoak made this 16 patch scrap quilt.

This is the back to the next quilt.  I thought it was interesting too.

Shirley White made this hexigon quilt.  It was quilted by Linda Walters and made from Kaffe Fassett layer cake.

This pineapple was made by Kae Holyoak and quilted by Linda Walters.

This scrappy chevron was made by Joan Hayes and quilted by Linda Walters.

Do you remember this class?  Shirley White made this runner.

This Carpenters Star is one of Virginia Holyoak's.

I hope you enjoyed our Quilt Walk Quilt Show.  If you missed it in person you may want to try to make it next year.  It is so popular you may need to make reservations at a hotel soon.  I know one is already booked for next year.  It is always the second weekend in June, now that you know you can plan on it.

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