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Over 140 quilts registered for annual show

  • Written by Valley View Staff

vvquiltturning(l-r) Sharon Beba and Carolyne Speir hold up one of many quilts laid out on a bed at the annual “quilt turning” held this year at the Duvall Visitor & Centennial Center while Marie Couture explains the story behind each quilt. The quilt turning was part of Duvall’s annual Outdoor Quilt Show held on Sept. 28. This year’s show was forced indoors due to inclement weather. Lisa Allen/staff photoThe 12th annual Duvall Outdoor Quilt Show was held indoors and was a success in spite of the weather.  More than 140 quilts were registered but finding places to hang all of them was tricky. The Duvall Outdoor Quilt Show Board counted the ballots and here are the winners:

The People’s Choice in the D.O.Q.S. was #93, "Scrappy Squares" made by Michelle Ellsworth Church.This quilt features more than 10,000 individually pieced 1" squares.

The 1st Runner Up was # 134, "Tropical Stars" made by Mary Lou Rentz.  This batik quilt features blue stars on a cream background.

The 2nd Runner Up was #51, "Baltimore Bunnies" made by Susan Giacomi.  Needle-turned appliquéd bunnies hopped around flowers and vines on this quilt.

The Centennial Quilt Show (sponsored by Duvall’s Cascade Quilters) People’s Favorite was #14 "Tribute to Snoqualmie Valley" made by Carolyne Speir. This multi-green quilt was hand embroidered with red floss to depict scenes from the Valley.

The 1st Runner Up was # 28 made by Marie Couture with a needle-turned appliqué of "Uncle Wiggly" as the centerpiece. (The model for this has stood for years outside Duvall Books.)

The 2nd Runner Up was # 27, a set of two framed quilts brought in by Sheila Schencke and made by her mother-in-law, Dorothy Schencke.  One is called "Dad’s Ties and Shirts," the other is called "Mom’s Dresses." 

vvbandThe“10-Piece Bavarian Dance Band” led by Don Duzan performed in the former Laurel Tree building. They have played for the last four quilt shows and add a fun element to the show. Courtesy photo.

The Children’s Division People’s Choice winner was #59, "Blue Sun," a batik quilt made by Robin Wright, her first quilt. 

The 1st Runner Up was #11, "Reversible Doll Quilt" made by Megan Grant.  This is a quilt made with woven strips encasing batting.

The 2nd Runner Up was # 5, "My First Quilt" made by Claire Fleming.  Teals, reds, and pinks abound in this big blocks with rectangles quilt.

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