Wednesday, 23 December 2015

September 28, 2016

Our show was a great success.  Thanks to everyone who made beautiful items to share and also who worked throughout the week to set up, work the tables,man the kitchen, and take down!
What a week!

here are the winning quilts, in order of ribbons.


BEST IN SHOW
LORNA PEACOCK AWARD
Zeltiles by Judith LeClue
Best Hand Quilting- Doris Mowry Award
Sue McEachern

Best Machine Quilting - Snapshot by Darlene Pierce
quilted by Penny Bubar
 Best Hand Alpplique
Snowman Collector by Rosalie Dunnet
Best Machine Applique
Brambleberry Friends by Nola McGinn
Best Pieced
Prairie Star by Gwenda Mattison
Best Use of Theme - our Raffle Quilt
Moonlight & Roses
Large Traditional 1st - Morning Mist byEileen Warren

2nd - Almost Civil by Sandi MacMillan

 3rd - Smokey River Stonehenge by Valerie Mawhinney

Small Traditional

1st - Turtles in my Plumeria by Valerie Harrison
2nd - Sailing at Sunset by Sue McEachern
3rd - Quilter's Dream Drum Set by Juliet Nowlan

Small Non-Traditional
 Dahlia Mondala by Valerie Harrison

2nd - The French Horn by Judith LeClue
3rd - Loon Creek by Valerie Mawhinney

Group Machine Quilted
1st - Four Patch Chain by Joan Smith
quilted by Agathe Klingenberg
2nd - Save Your Selvages by Riel Nason
quilted by Tina Hanson
3rd - Trail Mix by Judy Vautour
quilted by Quilted Treasures

Group Hand Quilted
 1st - Star Medallion by Joan Smith
quilted by Brenda Wood
 2nd - Trip Around the World by Joan Smith
quilted by Renie harper
 3rd - Nine Patch Medallion by Cecile Grant
quilted by Cecile Grant
(blocks were from a block exchange)

Youth Quilt Participation Ribbon
Rainbow to Heaven by Laura Legere

Judge's Choice's
Joan Baldwin choice - Kaleidoscope Gehiko by
Joanne McLaughlin
Bev Day's Choice - Wonderlust by Darlene Dewar
 Linda Hubbard's choice - Autumn Sunrise by Eileen Warren

Mary Jo Landers'  choice - Disappearing Nine Patch
by Gwenda Mattison






















Upcoming Show - September 2016





and this is Moonlight & Roses
our Raffle Quilt









QUILTS FOR REFUGEE FAMILY


Thanks to Sandra Daigle who organized this endeavour, and our very generous members who donated quilts and quilt tops, and also those who did the quilting, here are the quilts which are now on beds being used by the refugee family sponsored by the Kennebecasis Baptist Church.  Thanks to everyone who participated.







Saturday, 18 April 2015





April 2015

 Safe Harbour Quilts

 As a group, KVQG has donated 10 quilts for the beds at Safe Harbour,  a transitional place for young people to stay while getting their lives on track in Saint John.  Many thanks to our members who gave wholeheartedly of their time and talents and also money, to make sure these youth have a touch of something made with love to make them feel at home.  They are welcome to take these quilts with them when they leave and we will replace them.  .   

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A big Thank You to the Men of St. Mark's for a delicious Christmas Supper.  We had a big turnout and a lovely assortment of  Emma's Trees which will be donated to our local Senior's.  We also received lovely 12-1/2 inch blocks for our Raffle Quilt.

Here are some pictures....