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2009 MVQG CHALLENGE


A WORLD OF COLOR


 

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(Use the 'Back' button to return to the top or scroll up and down for all six categories)

Congratulations to the winners and to all who completed the challenge.

Sue DeSantis is to be thanked for providing another interesting test for the creativity

of the Miami Valley Quilters' Guild membership

Click Here To See Display and All Entries


Challenge Instructions

The purpose of the challenge was to use a photograph to help choose the colors for a quilted project - quilt, wall hanging, or other quilted item.

1.      Members purchased a packet for a nominal fee.

2.      The photo in the packet was to be used only to pick the colors for the quilt. One black, one white, one tan and/or one cream could be added as neutrals.  All other colors must come from the photo.

3.      Members could use any pattern to make their “quilt”, including jackets, purses, etc.  There was no size limitation.

4.      Items were judged by members and guests at the Octo br meeting by picture category.  There were 6 pictures – thus 6 categories.  Judging was to be based on color interpretation of the picture.

5.      First and Second prizes were be awarded in each category. 

If you are interested information about using photos for color choices here are some resources.

   “Color, the Wow Factor in Quilts” by Joan Wolfrom, from Fabric Trends for Quilters magazine, Spring 2008.

   “Visual Coloring, A Foolproof Approach to Color-Rich Quilts” by Joan Wolfrom, C & T Publishing, 2007.

 


1st Place - Susan Hill (L)                                     2nd Place - Nick Hulsman (R)


1st Place - Jayne Burke (R)         2nd Place - Ron Lundquist (L)


1st Place - Kathy Bean (R)                           2nd Place - Jane Kelly (L)


1st Place Mary C. Miller (R)                                     2nd Place - Lesa Bame (L)


1st - Place Connie Howard (L)                   2nd Place - Carol Jones (Not Pictured)

Chris Landis - Best of Show (R)


1st Place Harolyn Burns (L)         2nd Place - Priscilla Avery (R)

 

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The Miami Valley Quilters' Guild meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month
at the Fairborn, Ohio, Senior Citizens Center. 
Visitors are welcome. 
A $5.00 fee is charged for non-members
when the program includes a professional speaker
from outside the guild.


Miami Valley Quilters' Guild
P.O. Box 340141
Beavercreek, OH  45434
mvqgoh@aol.com


The Miami Valley Quilters' Guild is a member of the National Quilting Association (NQA)
www.nqaquilts.org

Chapter OH616


If you have suggestions (constructive), ideas (innovative), or comments (encouraging),
contact Ed Chamness at:

mvqgoh@aol.com


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Thank you to Mike and Beth! (and Becki, too)


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Miami Valley Quilters' Guild

An Ohio Quilt Guild for Quilters and Fabric Artists in the Dayton, Ohio, Region

     Each year members of the Miami Valley Quilters Guild are "challenged" to undertake a unique quilting project.  Following instructions set by the Challenge chair, members are invited to create their entry, sometimes involving specific colors or themes, but always allowing for a variety of techniques and styles to foster creativity.  To complete the Challenge, members exhibit their quilts at a guild meeting where members of the group vote on their choices in a variety of categories.

     The Miami Valley Quilters' Guild is more than just a club, we are a diverse group with more than 200 members from all areas of interest and all quilting skill levels. Members include quilters, quilt collectors, quilting teachers, designers and those simply interested in the art and craft of quilting. Members of the group have varied interests: traditional quilts and fabric art - hand piecing and machine work - long-arm machine quilting, home machine quilting and, of course, hand quilting.