The Pennsylvania Farm Show celebrated its 100 year last week with a packed house of visitors. Although it meant squeezing through crowds, and walking what seemed like miles, I managed to find my way to the clothing and textiles exhibits. Below are pictures of the top prize winners.
|This hand-sewn quilt is truly remarkable.
I don’t even want to think about how many
hours Ms. Koontz needed to make it.
What an achievement!
|Each entry had an identification. This is Ms. Koontz’s.|
|Ms. Jennifer Feicht’s quilt|
|Ms. Feicht machine quilted the quilt on the right.|
|Isn’t Ms. Courtney Hess’ quilt adorable?|
|Note that Ms. Hess is entered in the youth class.|
|Ms. Katie Kreider’s dress
won in the 4-H Senior Textile Science
division. Ms. Kreider is from
Lebanon County, PA.
|Ms. Natalie Sensening won in the
Fashions With a Flair, YOuth & 4-H division.
Ms. Sensening is from from Lancaster County.
|Ms. Sensening’s placard|
|Beautifully knitted, it’s no wonder
Ms. Joan Demko won the top prize
for her hand knitted sweater.
|Ms. Demko’s placard|
|Ms. Warden’s pretty handbag looks very practical.|
|Ms. Warden’s placard|
|Ms. Murray’s placard|
|Ms. Delores Murray won, with good reason, for this
child’s dress and matching American Girl doll dress.
|Ms. Brubaker made this adorable little girl’s dress.|
The show also had demonstrations.
Here Janet demonstrates spinning at the Fiber Arts and Education exhibit. To see her in action, hit this link.
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