The Chenango Piecemakers

Quilting . . . . It's functional, it's an art, it's an obsession!

10th Anniversary Presentation
Thank you everyone who helped make this years show so special.
If you attended the show and would like to make a comment,
please go to our guestbook page or e-mail us at
Plans and ideas are already underway for 2011!

Congratulations to the following Viewer's Choice winners from the 2009 Festival of Quilts.

Bed Quilts
1st: Lorry Chwazik  "Emergence"
2nd: Lorry Chwazik  "Candy Shop"
3rd:  Donna Hanley  "Jazzy Stars"
Wall Quilts
1st:  Kathie Webster  "Off the Deep End"
2nd:  Janice Wolfe  "Springtime Baltimore Bouquet"
3rd:  Sue McDonald  "4th of July"
Small Quilts
1st:  Janice Wolfe  "Scrap Star"
2nd:  Kathie Webster  "Haunted Hill"
3rd:  Elaine Schwan  "Cape Cod"
1st:  Annette Cook  "I Do" (dress)
2nd:  Mary Rose - Batik Jacket
3rd:  Joyce Lawson - Jacket
1st:  Mary Jane Cook  "Fall Leaves"
2nd:  Gretchen Adams  "Amish Rings"
3rd:  Olga mataev  "Berry Embroidered" (table-topper)

Opportunity Quilt: "Chenango Blues" 
Queen size quilt made by members of the guild. The drawing was held Monday afternoon (10/12) and the winner was a member of the Stepping Stones Quilt Guild in the Binghamton area.  She obtained her ticket at the show. A member vote determined that the following local organizations will receive proceeds from this year's ticket sales:
Colorscape, Cincinnatus Rural Services, The Place, Habitat for Humanity, & 4H

Show Highlights:
Approximately 300 member's quilts were on display, Vendors Mall (see list below), Opportunity Quilt, Special Junior quilters section, Antique quilt display, Quilter's Gift Shop, Demonstrations, Viewer's Choice, Quilter's walk (Chinese Auction), Lunch,
Free parking, Handicap Accessible. 

SPECIAL ATTRACTION:   "Brazieres For a Cure" exhibit was on display at the show as part of its NY tour.  Additional details below

Brazieres For a Cure - These tastefully decorated bras were on display around the community this fall, and were then auctioned off to benefit the Southern New York Region of the American Cancer Society and Encore Plus. One hundred bras were donated by Maiden Form.  The entries in this project were  judged by a panel in several categories.  Prizes were awarded for Viewers Choice.  The cost was $1.00 per vote and ballots were available at most venues.  All the proceeds from the ballots and auctions went to the aforementioned charity.  For more information go to or call Louise Tiemann (607)798-7598.

List of vendors:
Quilted Crow, Quilt shop - Harpursville NY
Sew Many Quilts, Quilt shop - Vestal NY
The Stitch Witch, Long-arm quilter
- Afton, NY
Sew Nice,
Quilt shop - Norwich, NY
Andrus Gardens & More,
Art Quilts/Gifts - Towanda, PA
Creative Threads, Quilt shop - Greene NY
Cottons Etc., Contemporary Fabric & Wearable Art - Wampsville, NY

Page last updated 11/20/09

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