Featured Quilter Ramona Berg 

Featured Quilter Ramona Berg 
The Country Quilters 2015 Quilt Show - Friday, September 25, 2015: 4 pm to 8 pm - Saturday, September 26, 2015: 9 am to 5 pm - Sunday, September 27, 2015: 11 am to 4 pm - Willmar Civic Center

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

October - Darci & Lacey Schipnewski from Shades of the Past Quilt Shop

Darci & Lacey Schipnewski from Shades of the Past Quilt Shop, presented a trunk show and talked about a variety of quilt projects, such as “Holidays, Wools, and One Pattern Several Ways.” 
 
Shades of the Past is located in Clara City. A quilt shop home to Pastthyme Patterns. Open the first Wednesday of each month 10am - 6pm and first Saturday 10am - 3pm.
 
You can check out their website here.http://shadesofpast.com/index.html Or you can check them out on Facebook here.https://www.facebook.com/shadesofthepastquiltshop/
 
 
Below are a few of our wonderful members and their "Show and Tell".








Sunday, September 27, 2015

Thank you to our Volunteers

Our Featured Quilter, Ramona Berg
 
 
 
 Thanks to our amazing guild members, the quilt show was a huge success!
 

Quilt Show Winners

The winners of the raffle quilts are:
1st place - Mauricio Vrrotia
2nd place - Sally Lajon
3rd place - Karen Rinke

Congratulations Winners!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Quilt Show - We are all set up

"Quilts of Valor" was our Community Service Project.

Country Quilters President's Fabric Challenge.


 We are all set up and are excited for you to come check out our show.

The Country Quilters 2015 Quilt Show - Friday, September 25, 2015: 4 pm to 8 pm - Saturday, September 26, 2015: 9 am to 5 pm - Sunday, September 27, 2015: 11 am to 4 pm - Willmar Civic Center

Setting up Our Quilt Show


Registering the quilts. 

 Setting up the quilt display stands.
Starting to hang the quilts.


Tuesday, September 8, 2015

September - Susan Stein - Off beat Sampler Quilts

Susan Stein was our quest presenter. She showed lots of examples of sampler quilts.  To learn more about Susan check out her website here. http://www.susan-stein.com

There was lots of "Show and Tell" this month.  The following photos are just a few of them.













Tuesday, August 11, 2015

August - Annemarie Yohnk "Quilts Remembered"

Annemarie Yohnk from "Quilts Remembered" was our August speaker. "Redwork in the Beginning" was the lecture. People of all ages have enjoyed Redwork as a pastime from the late 1800s to the late 1930s.  Annemarie gave a fabulous trunk show of these embroidered pieces of art.  We left with a new appreciation of Redwork and hints/tips on what to look for when collecting your own pieces.
 
You might remember Annemarie Yohnk from "Quilts Remembered". She was here July 2013. You can check out that blog post by clicking here.
 
Check out Annemarie Yohnk from "Quilts Remembered" website here.http://www.quiltsremembered.com/index.htm
This is our second block of our new block of the month project created by Sharon Banister.
Here is the pattern for the second block.  Click on the photo of the pattern to make it larger.

Deb's show and tell included a quilt made by her children for her 60th Birthday.
Laura's gorgeous and huge king sized quilt and a locker hooked rug that she received a ribbon from at the Kandiyohi County Fair.
 Jan's fun cabin quilt is made out of flannel and the leaves are appliqued.
 Ramona's wonderful modern quilt.
 Anna's original design quilt received a blue ribbon at the Kandiyohi County Fair.
 Leah showed this fun quilt and explained how she is not enjoying sewing the binding on.
Smitty's finished block of the month that Pat demonstrated. Love the layout of this.
Sharon's tablerunner she made for her mom's birthday.  She quilted a doily in the middle.  What a fun creative idea.

Monday, August 10, 2015

2015 - Quilt Show Registration Form


Enter your quilts in the September Quilt Show by downloading (use your mouse, right click and choose open link) completing the following registration forms.  Return them to Daphne Evenson by September 8.  We look forward to seeing your quilts. 
 
 
To enter an antique quilt, download this form (link).  Thank you from the Country Quilters Guild Quilt Show Committee.