Friday, August 23, 2013

Sauder Village Quilt Show in Archbold, Ohio, May 2013

In May the Sauder Village Museum had its annual quilt show and I entered my "Robert's Floral Garden" quilt in the show.  It was my first applique quilt that I made and it was quilted by the ladies from the Sauder Village quilt shop, Threads of Tradition.  Pictured in front of the quilt are my friends Karen and Mary Jo, and sister Pat, and mother Marilyn.  We are all surprised to see the "Blue Ribbon" on the quilt when we entered the show.  It was the first quilt we saw as we entered -- how exciting! 


  1. And what a lovely day it was! I'll never forget the look on your face when you saw that Blue Ribbon on your first ever needle turn appliqué quilt! The look and then the tears! I was special to be there with you my friend. You are so very talented! Thanks for continuing to inspire. Hugs, Karen

  2. Hi Debbie, I think you've also made the Old Glory quilt by Blackbird Designs. I'm trying to figure out which of their books it's in. If you recall could you mosey over to my blog Nancie Anne Quilts and comment on todays post that I have a picture of the quilt in?