QUILTERS TIE FOR TOP PRIZE

In a déjÀ vu moment for the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club, Diane Andro and Kitty Niles came forward to receive Best of Show ribbons.

  • Wednesday, March 19, 2014 4:17pm
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In a déjÀ vu moment for the Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club,

Diane Andro and Kitty Niles came forward to receive Best of Show ribbons. Niles, who worked with Rhonda Coler, and Andro shared the same award following last year’s show.

Winners were selected by the estimated 1,600 people who attended the show that was held during the Lavender Festival. Awards were presented by quilt show co-chairs Lydia Nelson and Lois Dunn.

Large/Bed-size Quilt winners were:

_ First Place: "Cinnamon Stitches" by Diane Davis

_ Second Place: "New England Home" by Ann Taylor and Rhonda Coler

_ Third Place: "Turquoise" by Barbara Houshmand

Winners for Small/Wall-size Quilts were:

_ First Place: "Can’t See the Forest for the Trees" by Merrie Jo Schroeder

_ Second Place: "Roseville" by Flo Devoney and Rhonda Coler

_ Third Place: "Seeds of the Orient" by Linda Holt

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