2012-10-24 / Local & State

FFFF Quilt Show Winners


This machine-pieced, hand-quilted 82-x-96-inch quilt created by Karen Witmer of Burnt Cabins took the Mildred Leo Award for best use of color. This machine-pieced, hand-quilted 82-x-96-inch quilt created by Karen Witmer of Burnt Cabins took the Mildred Leo Award for best use of color. Karen Witmer of Burnt
Cabins won the raffle quilt.
Hand Pieced, Hand Quilted
First – Suzanne Hockensmith, Wells Tannery.
Machine Pieced,
Hand Quilted
First – Karen Witmer, also
Mildred Leo Award for Best
Use of Color; second – Barbara Nellemann, Mc-
Connellsburg; third – Jean
Price, Harrisonville, also Silver Thimble Award.
Pieced Quilt,
Machine quilted
First – Carol Engstrom,
Hagerstown.
Group Pieced, Hand Quilted
First – Fulton County
Quilt Club, also Best of Show.
Group, Pieced Quilt,
Machine Quilt
Second – Thelma Kincaid,
Mercersburg, also People’s
Choice Award; third – Esther
Mellott, Shiremantown.
Lap Quilt, Hand Quilted
First – Judy Patkos,
Southampton; second – Carolyn Kerlin, McConnellsburg.
Lap Quilt, Machine Quilted First – Mary Myers,
Hedgesville, W.Va.; second –
Cindy Glessner, McConnellsburg; third – Joyce Bancroft,
Cross Junction, Va.
Mixed Media
Second – Esther Mellott,
Shiremanstown.


Best of Show was awarded to Fulton County Quilt Club’s 84-x-104-inch “prairie star” quilt, hanging left. This “single Irish chain” quilt, 88 x 84 inches,hanging right, belongs to Arlene Nesbitt and was pieced and quilted in 1870 by Amanda Knepper, mother of Mary Waltz and Ida Nesbitt. Best of Show was awarded to Fulton County Quilt Club’s 84-x-104-inch “prairie star” quilt, hanging left. This “single Irish chain” quilt, 88 x 84 inches,hanging right, belongs to Arlene Nesbitt and was pieced and quilted in 1870 by Amanda Knepper, mother of Mary Waltz and Ida Nesbitt. Youth division
Wall Hangings
First – Tracy Souders,
Harrisonville; third – Jessica
Jenkins, Robertsdale; third
– Katie Mellott, Burnt Cabins. Pillows
First – Jessica Jenkins,
Robertsdale; second – Mark
Keeseman, Burnt Cabins;
third place – Emily Horton,
Harrisonville.
Small Items (aprons, vests,
potholders, bibs, book covers)
First – Jessica Englert,
Harrisonville; second – Chase
Shaw, Hustontown; third –
Jessica Jenkins, Robertsdale.
Applique
First – Hailey Berkstresser, Hustontown; second –
Tara Cromer, Fort Littleton.
Bed Quilts
First – Corena Parsons,
Waterfall; second – Whitney
Watkins, Robertsdale; third –
Shayla Carmack, Hustontown.


Judge Carol Blevins of Red Lion, Pa., awarded the Silver Thimble Award to Jean Price of Harrisonville for the diamond hand quilting shown here in her pastel-colored 70-x-80-inch quilt. Judge Carol Blevins of Red Lion, Pa., awarded the Silver Thimble Award to Jean Price of Harrisonville for the diamond hand quilting shown here in her pastel-colored 70-x-80-inch quilt. 
Fulton County Quilt Club members and friends talk about quilting, quilts and this year’s quilt show and contest Friday afternoon at the Fulton Theatre. The popular quilt show, which had 101 entries this year, got its start in 1981. Fulton County Quilt Club members and friends talk about quilting, quilts and this year’s quilt show and contest Friday afternoon at the Fulton Theatre. The popular quilt show, which had 101 entries this year, got its start in 1981. FFFF Art Show Winners

Best Of Show
“Cheryl and Toller” by
Sandra Barton.
People’s Choice Award
“Path Valley Wash Day”
by Sandra Barton.
Pastel
First - “Spring Rye” by
Linda Mosemann; second -
“Oxford Harbor Scene” by
Dee Henry; third - “Drive
Thru” by Linda Mosemann;
honorable mention - “Lancaster Lads” by Joyce
Washabaugh and “Fence
Row” by Linda Mosemann.
Watercolor
First - “Path Valley Wash
Day” by Sandra Barton; second - “Green Shakers” by
Sandra Barton; third -
“Pennsylvania Barn” by Tom
Duffey; honorable mention -
“Prickly Pear” by Laura Shindle. Photography
First - “The Old Grist
Mill” by Keith Curfman; second - “Tufted Titmouse Tea”
by Anne Harvey; third - “Wax
Wing Thanksgiving by Anne
Harvey; honorable mention -
“Butterfly Garden” by Mark
Washabaugh.
Acrylic
First - “Hung On A Sunrise” by Joy Carter; second -
“ Blessed Nation” by Joy
Carter; third - “After The
Harvest” by Wilbur Smith;
honorable mention - “Lady
Slippers” by Joy Carter.
Oil
First - “Old Farm Building” by Anne Gobin; second
- “Rooster” by Cindy Smith;
third - “Burnside Bridge” by
Evie Cook; honorable mention - “Beauty In Maine” by
Virginia Hair and “Sweet
Memories” by Laura Shindle.
Portraits
First - “David” by Glenn
Sabetto; second - “Adriana”
by Joyce Washabaugh; honorable mention - “Andrew”
by Joyce Washabaugh.
Misc.
First - “Farm Kitten” by
Cindy Smith; second - “Hopper’s Girl In Automat” by
Anne Harvey; honorable
mention - “Carved Whale” by
Jim Sickles.
Student
First - “American Breeze”
by Madisyn Culler; second -
“Honey” by Molly Grimm;
honorable mention - “Kaleidoscope” by Madisyn Culler.



Some of the 26 quilted pieces entered by students of Forbes Road home economics teacher Sue Truax. The entries included three full-size quilts, wall hangings, pillows and handbags. Some of the 26 quilted pieces entered by students of Forbes Road home economics teacher Sue Truax. The entries included three full-size quilts, wall hangings, pillows and handbags.

The pastels of Linda Mosemann, top, and Dee Henry, bottom, won first and second, respectively, at Fulton County Art Club’s annual Fall Folk Festival art show at the library. The pastels of Linda Mosemann, top, and Dee Henry, bottom, won first and second, respectively, at Fulton County Art Club’s annual Fall Folk Festival art show at the library.

A selection of the 120 pieces of art displayed at the art show Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the 39th annual Fulton Fall Folk Festival. Entries included pastels, watercolors, oils, acrylics, photos, miscellaneous media and student artwork. A selection of the 120 pieces of art displayed at the art show Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the 39th annual Fulton Fall Folk Festival. Entries included pastels, watercolors, oils, acrylics, photos, miscellaneous media and student artwork.

Fulton County watercolorist Sandra Barton took Best of Show for “Cheryl and Toller.” Barton also won the People’s Choice award. Fulton County watercolorist Sandra Barton took Best of Show for “Cheryl and Toller.” Barton also won the People’s Choice award.

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