March 4, 2021 – Kentucky State Fair Guidelines

Have you ever wondered how judges decide who wins ribbons at the state fair, or why you’ve never won one? Thanks to Luann for her presentation on things observed by certified judges. Now we know what to expect and how to make our quilts more competitive.

Show and Tell

There were some Lucky Charm projects completed since Julie taught the class last month, along with several new projects.

Deborah A. – Lucky Charm Door Hanging- quilted by Debbie Hampton
Ann Marie – Lucky Charm Table Topper
Ruthann – Lucky Charm Door Hanging
Debbie H. – Lucky Charm Door Hanging
Susan W. – Lucky Charm Door Hanging
C.J. – Quilting on a Flower Petal Panel
Sandy D. – fabrics and colors are reminiscent of Mexican pottery – quilted by Kim.
Sangeeta’s first free-motion feathers on her domestic!
Sandy S. – A quilt from the past.
Anne – Ice Dancing Art Quilt made from an 80’s print. She made pattern pieces from the print and sewed using raw edge appliqué. She then added a little glitter paint on the background to make it look like ice.
Arlene – Twin Sisters Quilt, taught by Luann last fall.
Kim embroidered the appliqué and quilted the quilt on this Log Cabin for a customer who is a UL fan.
Anne made this quilt for a foster care child in Arizona who has aged out of the system.
Charlie – Wall Hanging
C.J. – playing with blue blocks

Piecefully yours,


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