November Fest 2011 Auction and Advertising

Photos from the auction and advertising activities during November Fest 2010 are shown below.

November Fest 2011 Auction and Advertising

Tropical Stars, by Kathy Stewart, quilted by Nancy Burch, 60" x 76", Warm & White Batt from Mary Freedman. MINIMUM BID $40.

Pastel Fun, 58" x 66" by Kathy Stewart & Mary Freedman, quilted by Nancy Burch, Warm & White batt from Mary Freedman. MINIMUM BID $25

Poinsettia Wreath, 45" x 45", hand appliqué by Sue Butsko, Cindy Croucher, Jan Hirth, Candy Martin, Nancy Ota. Pattern design by Ann Weber, McCall's Quilting 2006. Machine and hand quilted by Nancy Ota. Wool batt. Binding by Candy Martin. MINIMUM BID $30

Jeweled Forest, 21.5" x 30", by Mini Maniac Friendship Group, Maggie Bell, Joann Bishop, Linda Brooks, Jackie Buck, Judy Dunlap, Jeanne Haynes, Kathy Hutchins, Emily LaMond, Lupe Maher, Carolie Malenius, Patty Mayer, Sherry Muetzel, Cindy Shoop, Jeanne Tavasci, Julie Vlahos, Sharon Whelan, Carol Whiteside. Pattern: Jeweled Forest by Renee Peterson, McCall’s Quilting Magazine, Nov/Dec 2009, cotton batt, quilted by Sherry Muetzel. MINIMUM BID $25

Jeweled Forest close up, by the Mini Maniac Friendship Group, machine quilted by Sherry Muetzel.

Cabin Batiks by Jan Hirth. 66" x 76". Machine pieced and quilted by Jan Hirth. MINIMUM BID $40

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. MINIMUM BID $50

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Needle lace.

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 2

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 3

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 4

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 5

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 6

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 7

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 8

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 9

1892 Crazy Quilt, 69"x75", Donor: Barbara Trulis. Close up 10

Ellen's Magical Spring. 17" x 18.5" Hand appliqué and embroidery begun by Ellen Heck for a teaching sample at the Ellie Sienkiewicz appliqué Academy. Hand appliqué, embroidery, quilting, trapunto to complete the quilt by Nancy Ota. MINIMUM BID $50

Label for Ellen's Magical Spring Hand embroidered and penned with Pigma pen by Nancy Ota.

Broderie perse and embroidered bird and couched nest by Ellen Heck.

Kaleidoscope Dimensions: 60” x 84” Donor/Maker: The Seamz Rite Friendship Group Mary Jayne Bellamy, Joann Bishop, Vera DeVito, Mimi Harris , Kathy Hutchins, Charlene Kallas, Monica Shafer, Jeanne Tavasci, Julie Vlahos, Carol Whiteside. Machine quilted by Rags to Riches Quilters, Whittier, CA. Warm and Natural cotton batt. MINIMUM BID $40

Just Some Pretty Hearts, 52" x 64", Maker/Donor, Betty Collins. MINIMUM BID $20






Whimsical Garden, 67" x 79", Maker/Donor Kathie Bellamy, Quilter: Nancy Burch, "My Whimsical Quilt Garden" pattern by Piece O' Cake Designs. MINIMUM BID $40

Backart: Whimsical Garden, 67" x 79", Maker/Donor Kathie Bellamy, Quilter: Nancy Burch



Fleurs en Provence, 56" x 64", Maker: Joann Bishop. Quilter: Nancy Burch. Warm and Natural cotton batt. Moda Peace Creek Dry Goods. Pattern: Squares on Point. MINIMUM BID $25

Sweet Dreams, 49" x 56", Maker/Donor: Starry Night Hollow. Quilter: Andi Carlin, Designer Pam Carroll. Starry Night Hollow Quilt Shop, Encinitas, CA. MINIMUM BID $25

9 Patch Fun, 42" x 42", Designer/Maker/Quilter/Donor: Bev Remillard. Prairie Points in border. MINIMUM BID $25

Trees, 42" x 46", Maker/Quilter/Donor: Judy Dunlap. Designers: Surfside Quilters Guild Block of the Month, Mary Gorelick, Kathy Stewart, Phyllis Parente. MINIMUM BID $25

Trees, close up. Maker/Quilter/Donor: Judy Dunlap.

Red Wolf. 36" x 36", Maker/Quilter/Donor: Bev Ringel, fused, tulle surface, machine quilted. Endangered Species Quilt Project by Rob Appel for Michael Miller Fabrics. MINIMUM BID $25

Surfside Playtime. 48.5" x 48.5". Maker/Quilter/Donor: Nancy Gasparotti. Inspired by Gwen Marston and Freddy Moran and their Parts Department. Some of the parts are from Beach Cities Block Party. MINIMUM BID $25

Surfside Playtime. By, Nancy Gasparotti, back of quilt





Snowy Day, 39" x 39", Makers/Doors: Loose Threads Friendship Group Barbara Seidel, Barbara Ann Christensen, Judy Dunlap, Nancy Bloyer, Mary Gorelick, Betty Prottas, Marcia Faultersack, Beverly Ringel. Each block designed and created by individual member, quilt assembled by the group. MINIMUM BID $25

Falling Leaves from the Rogue, 20" x 51", Maker/Quilter/Donor Odette Osantowski, original design, cotton batt. MINIMUM BID $ 20





San Clemente Craft Show display, Marjie Butterworth setting up.

Mike Ota helping with the Craft Show display. Saturday, October 22, 2011.

San Clemente Craft Show display of auction and basket items. Marjie Butterworth and Nancy Ota. Saturday, October 22, 2011.

Setting up the craft show display, Nancy Ota and Marjie Butterworth.





Instrumental in organizing the display, Kathie Bellamy and Darci Bellamy.

Kathie Bellamy's Whimsical Garden quilt received many admiring comments. There is going to be a bidding war.

Mary Jayne Bellamy and Lenora Wills came to help spread the word of our fundraiser.

Parliamentarian Nancy Bloyer and President Joann Bishop also promoted our fundraiser.



Following the Craft Show the quilts went to the San Clemente Library to further promote our fundraiser. Marjie Butterworth and Joann Bishop arrange the quilts in the display case.

Some of our auction quilts may be viewed in the San Clemente Library case until October 31.





San Clemente Library Display. Oct 22-31.The Library staff added quilt books and landscape quilts by Librarian, Karen Turgeon.

San Clemente Library Display. Oct 22-31.



San Clemente Art Fair, Darci Bellamy and Mike Ota set up at 8 am.

Kathie organized the event and she and Darci drove in from Corona to manage the day.

Marjie Butterworth delivered the equipment. Marjie, Nancy Ota and Kathie Bellamy.

Janis Schonfeld came for the first shift. The attractive display drew much attention. However, rain arrived around 10 am forcing closing.

The sun appeared from time to time.


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