February 2021: Donated to Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center during Island Batik’s Quilt for a Cause.
Winter 2019: Donated to Rural Student Services at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Winter 2018: A raffle quilt for the Kodiak Hockey League.
Winter 2014: Raffled in December 2014. French Braid for Kodiak Kingfisher Swim Team.
Fall 2014: Catch Me… If You Can by Jacqueline de Jonge. Started in October of 2013 for a 6 week class actually took until the end of January to complete the top and until the end of July to get quilted and bound. It is a raffle quilt I donated to Hospice. Peggy Nekeferoff quilted it on her long arm and it’s BEAUTIFUL.
Here is the 2013 Kingfisher Swim Club’s raffle quilt. The pattern is by Judy Niemeyer and is called Bali Fever.
This is the quilt I donated to Hospice of Kodiak. It’s a pattern by Judy Neimeyer (it’s called Glacier Star). The raffle happened in Fall of 2013.
The quilt I made and donated to Hospice of Kodiak. It’s a pattern by Deb Karasik. The raffle happened in February 2013.
The quilt I made for the Kodiak Kingfishers swim team. It was raffled December of 2012. It’s a pattern by Judy Niemeyer.
The quilt I made for the raffle for a raffle for a student of mine who had a brain tumor.
Back in 2010 I won Best of Show for the guild I belong to (Kodiak Bear Paw Quilter’s Guild) with this quilt:
So I was given the honor of making the 2012 raffle quilt. I selected Forth of July by Judy Niemeyer. I LOVE HER QUILTS/PATTERNS!
Here is my raffle quilt for Kodiak Bear Paw Quilter’s Guild:
It was won by a lucky woman from Juneau. I can say with pride that this is the first quilt that has sold every one of the 600 tickets the guild printed.