2009-10-22 / Local & State

Fulton County Quilt Club’s 29th Show Winners

Quilt Club Show’s Best of Show: “Variable Star,” Fulton Co. Quilt Club Quilt Club Show’s Best of Show: “Variable Star,” Fulton Co. Quilt Club The quilt club’s raffle quilt won first place and Best of Show.

Mary Hershey of Hummelstown, Pa., won the raffle quilt.

Group (more than one person

worked on the quilt)”

Julie Clugston’s “Spin Star” won first place, Mildred Leo Award for Best Use of Color and People’s Choice Award

Second place: Fulton County Quilt Club’s “Wagon Wheel” which was donated to the library for silent auction.

Honorable mention, pieced by Doris Ford (Denny Ritchey’s mother) and quilted by Velma Leese

Machine Constructed,

Hand Quilted:

First place: “Kansas Troubles” by Jean Price.

Second place: Carolyn Kerlin; third place: “Bargello” by Velma Leese.

Quilt Club Show’s People’s Choice Award and Mildred Leo Award for Best Use of Color: “Spin Star,” Julie Clugston Quilt Club Show’s People’s Choice Award and Mildred Leo Award for Best Use of Color: “Spin Star,” Julie Clugston Honorable Mention “Log Cabin” by Thelma Kincaid

Hand Pieced, Hand Quilted

First place and Silver Thimble Award: by Barbara Nellemann for “Path thru Grandmother’s Flower Garden.”

Honorable mention: “Maryland Beauty” by Sarah Binder

First Full-Size Quilt

First place: Indian Jugs by Kaylyn Moore, who is 17 years old and a senior at Forbes Road High School.

Wall Hanging

First place: Karen Witmer; second: Anne Comins; third place: Mountain View Christian
Small Quilted Items
First: Anne Comins; second:
Cindy Glessner
Baby Quilt
Third: Velma Leese
Wall Hanging, Framed
First: Barbara Nellemann
YOUTH
Quilts
First: Patience Whitman
Wall Hanging
First: Shy Ann Ramsey; second:
Ty Brantner
Pillows
First: Andrew King; second;
Haley Strait; third: Kinsey
Cutchall
Small Quilted Items
First: Stefanie Jenkins; second:
Brandon Blair; third: Ben
Stoey

Quilt Club Show’s Silver Thimble Award: “Path Thru Grandmother’s Flower Garden, Barbara Nelleman Quilt Club Show’s Silver Thimble Award: “Path Thru Grandmother’s Flower Garden, Barbara Nelleman
Quilt Club Show feature quilter Thelma Kincaid of Upton, left, takes a look at a work in progress with quilt club member Emily Beaton, Chambersburg, center, and quilting instructor Patti Holesa of Mount Union, Pa. Quilt Club Show feature quilter Thelma Kincaid of Upton, left, takes a look at a work in progress with quilt club member Emily Beaton, Chambersburg, center, and quilting instructor Patti Holesa of Mount Union, Pa.
A young farmer braves the weather to show off his John Deere tractor during Saturday’s parade. The usual two and one-half hour parade was condensed to less than one hour due to the rain. A young farmer braves the weather to show off his John Deere tractor during Saturday’s parade. The usual two and one-half hour parade was condensed to less than one hour due to the rain.

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