Textile division award winners

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There are many forms of artistry, and the textile division certainly shows that cloth and yarn and sundry materials can be made into something special.\


Bethany Last won in the youth category for 13-18 years old, sponsored by Stitches by Darlene. Darlene Begolka is pictured with Bethany.


Pictures by Mike Fak

Ann Rademaker (on left) won among participants in the residential setting category. The award is sponsored by Lincoln/Logan County Arts and Crafts Guild, represented by Jean Cypher.

Linda Lincoln (on left) won for counted cross stitch, knitting and holiday crafts, sponsored by Serendipity Stitches. She also won in plastic canvas, sponsored by the Evelyn Begolka Memorial. Darlene Begolka is at right.




Elizabeth Carter won in the recycled jeans category, sponsored by St. John UCC Stitchers.

Phyllis Martin won in hand embroidery,  sponsored by St. John UCC Stitchers; n the senior citizen category, sponsored by Serendipity Stitches; and in miscellaneous, sponsored by the Log Cabin Quilt Shop.


Richie Deters won award for youth 12 and under, sponsored by the Logan Railsplitting Association.

Barbara Goble won in crocheting, sponsored by Serendipity Stitches.



Carlene Carter (on left) won in quilts, sponsored by Quilters at Heart, represented by Sandy Wilkerson.


Sandy Wilkerson won in purses, totes and bags, sponsored by Log Cabin Quilt Shop.



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