Beth Hartford's FABRICS used in Award Winning Quilts!
Ladies of the Louvre
by Annette Hendricks

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Ladies of the Louvre, by Annette Hendricks, won the Best Machine Workmanship Award at the Pacific International Quilt Festival 2006 Santa Clara, California
October 12-15, 2006.

O'Keeffe at Ghost Ranch
by Annette Hendricks

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"Georgia" won First Place in the 2005 Husqvarna Viking Gallery of Quilt Art, titled “MasterPieces: Art Takes Shape.” The Gallery is an annual invitational juried and judged show—open to quilters worldwide—which celebrates the absolute best artistry of primarily machine-made quilts. In this year’s theme, quilters were encouraged to explore their creativity as reflected in the shape, form, and color of their work.

by Annette Hendricks

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MoonDance, by Annette Hendricks, was entered into the 2006 Minnesota Quilters,Inc. Quilt Show and Conference. It was placed into the “Master’s Division”….and won second place in that category!!! This is an original design based on a photograph Annette took of her daughter. In it, we see a choreography of two spirits celebrating the harvest moon and the Great Spirit who created us all. It utilizes three 10-step custom hand-dyed graduations, dye and acrylic painting and a technique Annette calls “relief quilting”.

Next, it won First Place in the People, Portraits, and Figures category at 2006 Quilts: A World of Beauty Presented by the International Quilt Association in Houston, TX.

Chippewa Passage
by Barb Mende-Jolley

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Co-Best of Show, 1st Place Appliqué Home Machine Quilted, Northern Lake County Quilt Show 2005
This quilt honors Barb's Native American grandmothers, who were members of the Chippewa tribe of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Barb chose a traditional design motif from the beadwork done by the people of the area.

Tenacious Timbers
By Beth Hartford

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From a pattern called ColorLogs designed by Jason Yenter. The quilt won 1st place, Wall Quilts at the NLCQG 2005 quilt show