“The Colours That Bind Us”

Quilts of all colours and sizes were on display as the High Prairie Quilt Guild presented its 21st annual Quilt Show and Sale on Oct. 15-16 at St. Andrew’s School. “The Colours That Bind Us” featured 137 entries, down from the record 159 last year. Several quilters were also winners in the People’s Choice.20_45

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A stylish Pepperdish wall hanging made by Karen Nielsen won first place in the People’s Choice for small quilts.20_32

A dazzling Kaleidoscope quilt was made by Gayla Payne.

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Spiral Burst Bargello quilt was made by Gayla Payne. Follow the swirls!

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Stars and squares everywhere! Monterrey Medallion quilt was made by Judith Burns.

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Just in time for Halloween! The Pumpkin quilt was made by Dominique Cere.

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Vintage Picnic Block made by Helen Carriere won first place in the People’s Choice for large quilts among voters.

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An obvious lover of animals, Bunnies in My Garden quilt was made by Diana Oliver.

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The Butterfly quilt was made by Barb Adams. Imagine the intricate work and design put into making this quilt.

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Ho, Ho, Ho Christmas wall hanging was made by Karen Nielsen. Only a portion is shown.

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