Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild
Sierra Vista,  Arizona
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Quilt Challenges
2019 Quilt Challenge

POC are Jill Holsonback
2018 HSQG Challenge Winners

Best Baby/Child Theme—Debi Guilmette “Susie the Flamingo”
Best Love Theme—Jill Holsonback “Bluebirds of Happiness”
Best Celtic Theme—Star Seesler “Erin Go Bragh”

Best Wind, Motion or Abstract Theme—Paulette Woodall “By the

Best flower or Nature Theme—Dorthy Goulding “Mutants”

Best Use of Color—Wendy Seals “Rainbow”

Best Patriotic Theme—Fran Harriman “We the People”

Best School Theme—Linda Hofelich “Redwork”

Best Use of Embellishment—Anne Blohm “Talavera Sparkle”
Best Scary/Creepy Theme—Virginia McCabe “Happy Boo Day”
Best Use or Traditional Quilt Blocks—Dana Rexroad “Rainbow
Best Winter or Use of White Theme—Sherry Hurt “It’s All White

Viewer’s Choice—Lois Bloom “Garden Magic”
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                2019 Challenge—Women can Vote!

Let’s Celebrate the 2020 Centennial of the 19th Amendment
granting Suffrage to American Women

1. All quilts will measure 12 inches wide by 18 inches long.

2. All quilts will consist of a quilt top, batting, backing,
binding, label and sleeve.

3. Please sign up for the Challenge by June 1 at the Guild
meeting or email Jill at

4. IMPORTANT: For all entries please email Jill at by October 15 with your name and the
name of your quilt.

5. On Monday, November 4 please bring your quilt to the
guild between 5:30pm to 5:45pm. Voting will take place at
both November meetings. Awards will be presented at the
November 6 day meeting.

Here are some names and an event to getting you to think
about this challenge:
1 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
2 Susan B. Anthony
3 Alice Paul
4 Lucy Stone
5 Seneca Falls Convention 1848

FYI: The colors of the Suffrage movement were gold,
purple, green and white