Quilt Shows

Unfortunately, our quilt guild has not sponsored another quilt show since the one listed below. I will endeavor to take some pictures and post them from the quilt shows we attend now and then. Cheryl, March, 2012.

Award Winning Quilts

September 2001


Texas County Fair, Guymon, Oklahoma

Pictured below are award winning quilts from the September 2001 Texas County Fair, Guymon, Oklahoma. Please take a few minutes to enjoy the wide variety exhibited. As you look at them please notice the quilt maker as well as the quilter. Quilts that have been machine quilted by Cheryl Ashpaugh are done via a hand-guided commercial Gammill Classic Quilting Machine. Hand-guided means there is NO computer involved. Cheryl’s hands actually guide the machine and create the free-motion design as she moves the machine across the quilt.

Quilt name: Linda’s Butterfly’s
Quilt maker: Angie O’Hara, Goodwell, Oklahoma.

Awarded: 1st place, Hand appliqué division.

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

This charming old-fashioned butterfly was made as a gift for Angie’s mother-in-law, Linda O’Hara, Garden City, Kansas. Angie hand-appliquéd each butterfly in coordinating colors drawn from the pansy fabric.

Quilt Name: Golden Leaves
Quilt maker: Anna Mayer, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 4th place, Home Extension Division, Hardesty Homemakers

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

Golden Leaves pattern was taken from the book, “Tradition with a Twist”. This awesome quilt is made using fabrics that use such a subtle difference in color it is hard to tell when one stops and the next begins.
















Quilt Name: Stars, Stars, Stars
Quilt maker: Anna Mayer, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Club division, Panhandle Piecers Quilt Club

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

Stars, Stars, Stars incorporates an Ohio Star pattern, Four pointed stars, and quilted stars for a quaint country look. Anna made this quilt “just-in-case” her first great grandchild was a boy. When Anna Grace was born Grandma Anna made an entirely different quilt.















Quilt Name: Storybook Time
Quilt maker: Deanna Johnson, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Club division, Panhandle Piecers Quilt Club

Machine quilted by: Deanna Johnson

This quick and easy 9-patch variation quilt is made using darling Moda “Storybook Time” preprinted nursery rhyme blocks.

















Quilt Name: Stained Glass Sunbonnet Sue
Quilt maker: Delores Kimsey, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Club division, Panhandle Piecers Quilt Club

Machine quilted by: Delores Kimsey

Sunbonnet Sue takes on a totally new look as she is captured in stained glass. Delores made this charming quilt from an afternoon class. Kits and classes are available.











Quilt Name: Old Glory
Quilt maker: Cheryl Ashpaugh, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Club division, Panhandle Piecers Quilt Club

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

“Old Glory” never looked finer! You too can create this waving symbol of American patriotism by the use of the bargello method of quilt piecing. Kits are available.











Quilt Name: Safe Haven
Quilt maker: Glenda Hatfield, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 5th place, Home Extension division, Guymon Homemakers

Machine Quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

Thimbleberries quilt designer, Lynette Jensen has done it again with her popular rich earth tones block of the month patterns entitled, “Safe Haven.” Intrigued by it’s rustic charm, Glenda created a magnificent 92 x 100 quilt depicting a dozen different warm and inviting bird houses sashed and bordered by birds in flight.















Quilt Name: Lauren’s Electric Nine-Patch
Quilt maker: Lauren Taylor, age 8, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Children’s division

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

Lauren, with the help of her quilting Grandma, Phyllis Stephens, spent the summer designing and piecing her “snuggle” quilt. Lauren picked her favorite colors that match her personality exactly to create and beautifully construct what is sure to be one of many, many quilts to come from this bright and cheery young quilter!















Quilt name: Twelve Months of the Year
Quilt maker: Marjie Lobit, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Hand and Machine appliquéd division

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

A year long class on the “1998 Piecemakers Calendar Quilt” was the inspiration for Marjie’s colorful quilt. To make her personality and originality shine, Marjie made a few changes in the pattern design and the addition of various embellishments throughout the landscape.












Quilt Name: Stained Glass Sunbonnet Sue
Quilt maker: Marjie Lobit, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Machine Appliqué division

Machine quilted by: Marjie Lobit

Everyone, including Marjie, loves Sunbonnet Sue. With grand-daughter Alessa in mind, Marjie created this new look Sue in modern greens. Stained Glass Sue and Sam kits and classes are available.












Quilt Name: Colorado Star Log Cabin
Quilt maker: Mary Howell, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place, Machine Piecing division

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

Mary created this Log Cabin variation bedspread for her brother and sister-in-law from a wonderful book by Eleanor Burns entitled, “Colorado Star Log Cabin.” Mary lovingly calls this her pepto bismol quilt.












Quilt Name: The Glowing Colors of Fall

Quilt maker: Mollie Mathis, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place

Machine quilted by: Mollie Mathis

Mollie used a pattern from the book, “Indian Summer” by Brenda Henning to create a wonderfully warm fall table runner using Clover’s Gold Quick Bias. This will make any table glow with it’s warm rich colors from the beginning of school until the beginning of the Christmas season.
















Quilt Name: All My Favorite Christmas Pins and Buttons
Quilt maker: Pam Strecker, Guymon, Oklahoma

Awarded: 1st place

Machine quilted by: Cheryl Ashpaugh

A quick little project to show off Pam’s collection of charming Christmas pins and buttons from every place she visits. Notice she has strategically placed them on the machine quilted trees.











Quilt Name: Dresden Plate
Quilt maker: Delma Rostel, 82, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Awarded: 1st place, Hand Appliquéd and Hand Quilted division and Grand Champion

Hand quilted by: Golden Agers

Sandra is a quilt lover, not a quilt maker. With pictures, sketches, and instructions in hand, Sandra came to the shop for assistance. Delma, a quilter for 25 years redesigned the number of blades to accommodate all the fabrics we pulled together to create this stunning heirloom quilt for her cousin.

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