Podcast 22 – Clark County Quilt Show

Listen to Podcast 22

Want awesome Chevre?  Three Ring Farm has it!

Went to Oregon Garden in Silverton Oregon.  Also, there is a resort that they put in right next to it if you’re hankering a visit.


Served Beef Wellington to the Folks

Check out these beauties (no, not a picture of my chest):

Black and Bloom by Chris Gartin


Fur/Pelt Quilt – didn’t take a close-up of the creator.  Drat!


Caliente Stripes by Sandra Q. Miller, quilted by Sally LeRoy


Sunflowers by Marie Murphy Wolfe


Quilt name didn’t take a picture -rrrrrrr, by Sally LeRoy


First the Colors by Virginia O’Donnell


Hydrangea Branch by Mary Arnold


16 Tulips by Shirley Workman, quilted by Gerry Thompson


Abstract Log Cabin by Karan Brooks


Lily Basket by Marcia Stuemer, quilted by Mari Dingman


Don’t know quilt name, and only got first name of Artist – Marcy -Geez, Jennifer!  Quilted by Just for Fun! Quilting


Wildflowers by Kathi Miller, quilted by Heather Nadeau of the Quilting Stable


Didn’t get the quilter’s name, but machine quilted by Sharlene Schollmeyer


Grandmother’s Garden by Norma Benedict, quilted by Cora Maddix


Yo-Yo’s and Baskets – Yo-Yos made by Marie Ledermann, quilt appliqued and hand quilted by Kim Woodruff


“Aikane” Honu Lu’Au, Hono by Cheryl Spalding, quilted by Karen Salzburg


With a Little Help from my Friends by Marie Murphy Wolfe, quilted by Bal Pellens


My Origami Garden by Dianne Kane




  1. Lindi said,

    April 22, 2009 at 8:42 pm

    Thanks for sharing your quilt show experience. I was unable to attend the show so it was nice to see some of the quilts. Do you know if the long arm quilters were also from the Vancouver area?

    • jruvalcaba said,

      April 23, 2009 at 8:09 pm

      I don’t know where the long arm-ers are from. I know a lot of the folks were from the Portland/Vancouver area, but I didn’t notice anything else. Sorry!

  2. Brye Lynn said,

    April 23, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    Wow! Thank you so much for sharing. I felt like I was at the show. Your pictures are great. Love the podcast.

    Brye Lynn

  3. Tami said,

    April 27, 2009 at 12:47 pm

    What a darling child!!! Thank you for sharing. These quilts are amazing. Thank you for the podcast. Tami

  4. Laura B. said,

    April 29, 2009 at 2:58 pm

    Flora is adorable. Love your podcast and wait for your every post. You are great at this. Keep up the good work.

  5. Emily Hinkel said,

    May 3, 2009 at 1:18 am

    Thank you for all the pics of your adventure to the show! These are amazing quilts and your comments were so helpful. And your daughter is beautiful!!

  6. Vonda Piersol said,

    March 27, 2010 at 7:03 am

    Would love to have this for the upcoming show 2010. Nice to see the show from the perpective of now and what was and what could change. I will be the chair next year and this year I am in charge of vendor. 22! wish that had I known this job was mine last year that I had a picture to look at and see things and maybe not have to reinvent the process again.

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