29th Annual WWIB/Sew Complete "Warmth from Wisconsin" Quilts should be with their new owners!
The 29th annual WWIB/Sew Complete "Warmth From Wisconsin" quilt contest quilts have now been judged and are on display. There are two categories of quilts. The small size must be at least 46" x 36" and no larger than 60" x 56". The larger size must be at least 60" x 72". Each quilt contains a "Warmth from Wisconsin" starter square from Sew Complete. The starter square must be included in the quilt top to qualify for the contest. They were on display at Sew Complete, before being distributed to Youth With a Mission and Apple Pregnancy Center, Inc., in Eau Claire. Youth With a Mission missionaries are currently working with the homeless population in San Antonio, TX, and Apple Pregnancy Center is working locally with new Mothers and families.
The Grand Prize was a $100 Cash Award from WWIB Radio (the judges chose the Grand prize winner from the first place quilts from the Bed quilt and Crib quilt categories).
Congratulations to Norma Klotz, 2019 Grand Prize winner for her Bed Size Quilt. She received the $100 cash prize from WWIB Radio
Bed Size Quilts:
First Place: Norma Klotz, $50 gift certificate from Sew Complete
Second Place: Alice Weickelt, $25 gift certificate from Sew Complete
Third Place: Julie Paine, $15 gift certificate from Sew Complete
Crib Size Quilts:
First Place: Julie Paine, $50 gift certificate from Sew Complete
Second Place: LaVonne Ganz, $25 gift certificate from Sew Complete
Third Place: Sue Kulig, $15 gift certificate from Sew Complete
We are very grateful to all who have participated in this endeavor in the past. Hundreds of quilts have been given to people who really need them over the years.
The next contest will be the 30th annual "Warmth From Wisconsin" quilt contest. Watch for details!
The next Sewing Club meetings will be held Saturday, June 1, at 10 a.m.; and Tuesday, June 4, at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. At the June meeting, we will discuss the many types of needles that are available for sewing a variety of fabrics, using a multitude of threads. We will have some fun project ideas to get you through your summer sewing, and share flower girl dresses for a June wedding. We will also have some nice wardrobe projects to share. Club members, your reservation for your preferred time helps us plan for seating and refreshments. Feel free to bring your show-and-tell items, as we are all inspired by what you are doing, too.
The featured Class is Serger Fun Club. This is a great place to expand your serger skills using a variety of serger techniques and oftentimes decorative thread. Everyone chooses their own project each time, and we help each person as needed with thread choices, techniques and tension.
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