Country Patchwork Quilt Guild

Promoting the art of fine quilting through education and sharing of experience, skill, inspiration, and fellowship.

 

 

 

28th Annual Quilt Show

 

"Celebrate America, Sweet Land of Liberty"

 


Click Here for Pictures from the Show


 

 Martin Community Center

1985 S. Odell

(Bus Hwy 65 South)

Marshall, MO

Click for Directions and Map

 

Saturday, September 26, 2014

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday, September 27, 2014

10:00 am to 5:00 pm

 

Donation $5 at door

Wheelchair Accessible

No Cost for Veterans with ID on Sunday


 

We celebrated 28 years of fun, friendship, learning, shows and quilting.

 

The show featured quilts of different sizes that show various techniques and textures.  There was both traditional and art quilts, hand appliqued and crazy quilts.  Many of the Guild members have had quilts published, hung in juried competitions, and received national and international recognition and awards.  The show included both machine and hand quilting.

 

 


 

Opportunity Quilt

 

  This year's Opportunity Quilt, which was named "Diversity" was designed by Terry Atkinson of Atkinson Designs, pieced by the CPQG members and custom quilted by member, Lynn O'Neill.  Chances were purchased at the quilt show or numerous venues preceding the show.

 The winning ticket was drawn at 4:00 pm on September 27th and you did not need to be present to win.  

 


Featuring Toby Lischko

 

Toby has been a crafter since age eight, but did not start quilting until 1985 when she got the bug.  She has been teaching quilting workshops and lecturing since 1995.  She considers herself a traditional quilter who loves working with traditional quilt blocks, but likes to add her own special flair. Toby has won many national awards for her quilts, including a blue ribbon for her Celestial Crowns quilt at the AQS show in Paducah, KY and the MQX show in 2005. She has her own line of patterns and templates under the name of Gateway Quilts & Stuff, Inc. and is the author of the book St. Louis Stars, published by Kansas City Star. She does commission work for many of the major fabric companies and has been published in many of the national quilt magazines since 1998. Toby's background in Special Education (25 years) makes her an excellent teacher.  In her classes she enjoys instilling the feeling that quilting should be fun, not difficult and loves hearing students say, "I didn't think I could do that!"

Toby's webpage click here


 

Silent Auction

 

A Silent Auction was held featuring miniatures and other quilted items. 

 

  


 

Gift Bazaar

 

There were a variety of items for sale in the CPQG members Bazaar; including books, patterns, quilt blocks, and other unique items which 
made nice gifts.  It was a great time to shop for Christmas.

 


 

Quilts of Valor

 

"Quilts of  Valor" made by the Guild for honored veterans were on display and presented at the close of the show on Sunday at 4:30 pm.

 


 

Special Exhibit:  Guild Challenge

Using the show's theme, "Celebrate America, Sweet Land of Liberty", guild members were asked to create a quilted piece under 100" perimeter.  It was a colorful, creative and interesting part of the show.

 


 

Food Vendor/Aviation Museum

 

Food and drink was available for purchase. The Nicholas Beazley Aviation  Museum board members  planned a menu of soups, salads, sandwiches, and desserts.

The Nicholas Beazley aviation museum was open for tours.  Many enjoyed the Larger Than Life Stories.  Adults - $5, Children Free with adult.  The gift shop had unique souvenoirs.



Fly-In

To share family fun, another feature of the weekend's planned events was a Two-Day Fly-In at the Municipal Airport adjacent to the Nicholas Beazley Aviation Museum/Martin Community Center which houses the quilt show.  Blake Allred at Allred Aerial Service coordinated the Fly-in. 

Photo Exhibit

 

 

Local photographers were asked to contribute photos with the theme "Celebrate America, Sweet Land of Liberty" to add to the show's patriotic collection of artistic works. 


 

And of course,

Quilts, Quilts, and MORE Quilts

 

THANK YOU for your support.

 


Directions:

From I-70, go north on US 65 (exit 78B), turn right on 1985 S. Odell/US 65-BR, it is on the left.

From Hwy 240, turn left on N Odell Ave, follow through town to 1985 S Odell, it is on the right.

From North 65, turn left on Hwy 240, turn right on N Odell Ave, follow through town to 1985 S. Odell.  It is on the right.

For Map Click Here

(I'm sure Google directions are much better than mine)