19th Annual Quilt Show

September 14 - 15, 2018

Friday       9am - 5pm

Saturday   9am - 3pm


The ROC, 115 Putman Street, Sulphur Springs, TX


Drawings

Please be sure to stop by the guild table to enter your name in the drawings for a lovely, 3-piece bistro set donated by Brookshires, a 1 night stay a "The Oaks B&B" and a fashionable denim jacket donated by Shoestring Sewing.  Drawings will be held at 2:30 pm on Saturday, September 15.  You must be present to win.

Special Guest, Donald Locke, DDS featuring

"The Supper Quilt"

The Supper Quilt was inspired by Leonardo daVinci's "The Last Supper" painted 500 years ago on the wall of a Dominican Cloister in Milan, Italy.  This interpretation contains 51,816 squares, each is a 1/2 in square.  The quilt is 67 inches high and 183 inches wide and quilted by internationally known long arm quilter, Linda V Taylor, formally of McKinney, TX.  During the quilt show, Dr. Locke will share his journey of making "The Supper Quilt".

Quilt Judge: Brenda Jeschke

Brenda has been quilting since 1982 and showing her quilts since 1989.  She is a traditional quilt maker and makes mostly bed-sized quilts.  Her article on binding techniques has appeared in Quilter's Newsletter Magazine in 2003.  In 2005, her quilt, Wedgewood Blue was featured in the book Mastering the Art of McTavishing by Karen McTavish.  Over the years she has won many awards.  She began teaching quilting classes in 1991, judging quilt shows in 1997, lecturing in 2001 and teaching machine embroidery in 2007.

She lives on a small farm with her husband, William Cole, and is basically an ordinary girl who happens to love making quilts.

Tickets: $1.00 ea or 6 for $5.00

"SOMETHING BLUE"

2018 Raffle Quilt

Special Exhibit - "Feeds My Soul"

The Special Exhibit portion of the LSHQG Quilt Show is sponsored by the Feldt Family Foundation.  It is opened exclusively for active members of the Guild who made a small quilted project (maximum size 40x40) that complements the theme of our special exhibit, "Feeds My Soul".  Our judge this year for the Special Exhibits category is Nancy Roy.