These photos show details of some entries in the Capital City Quilters' exhibition last weekend at Centennial Hall. Immediate right: People's Choice Award, "Blooming Nine Patch," by Krisi Hicks. Left column from top to bottom: Best of Show and First Place in the traditional category, "Japanese Lone Star," showcases prints with a Japanese theme, by Mary Kay Palmateer; "Mariner's Compass," by Mary Kay Palmateer; "Go Broncos!" by Joanne Wilder; "Jacobean Splendor," appliquéd and hand-quilted vines and flowers by Barbara Bowns; "Toast to Isaac Newton," wall quilt based on a print of the same title by artist Barbara Lavallee, First Place in hand-appliquéd category, by Elaine Braun.
Second row, from top to bottom: "Cassie's Pose," machine appliqué by Jaxine Anderson; "Pretty posies," chain and appliqué blocks with wave quilting by Bonnie Goodrich; First place in machine embroidery, "Allison's Flower Garden," by Sue Poor; Third place in the hand-appliquéd category, "Trailing summer flowers," by Wilma Scarborough;
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