|~Set up, laying the quilts out by size and motif~|
|~Stewart Heritage Farms~|
Women today, as they have historically, employ their needle trades to engage in commerce, demonstrate technical and aesthetic skill, convey family and community history, decorate their environments, and express themselves where their voices aren't permitted or fall short. The primary objectives of the WSU Women's Quilt Show is to provide a venue to showcase women's needle art (to bring it to light) and to provide scholarships (through donations and quilt auctions) for Women's Studies students. Why Women's Studies? For an impassioned and educated rant on the matter of women's history, I encourage you to read a former post titled "Moonlighting and Soapboxing".
|~Granny Stars (quilter Jerri Stacy)~|
|~Goddess Journey (Linda Lee Sattem)~|
|~Jazz Cats (Lois McFarland)~|
|~Jersey Shore Girl (Jeanne Sharrah)~|
|~Be Thankful (Patsy Greene)~|
|~Babies in Hats (Wendi Kirsch)~|
|~My costumes on display~|
|~A wonderful day for cake!~|
More to come! Blessings and happy sewing!