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2022 Quilt Show - This is Modern
The 2022 This is Modern Quilt Show hosted by the St. Louis Modern Quilt Show was held on July 16 and 17, 2022 at the Kirkwood Community Center in Kirkwood, Missouri. 168 quilts made by our members were on display in a very successful show. Over 770 people from the community attended and we would like to thank everyone that attended and worked to make this show the success that it was. Listed below is information about the winners and the committee that organized it. Special thanks goes to Robyn Passig, the committee leader. Excellent work, everyone! Please enjoy our slide presentation of the winners of the various categories presented in the show.
Thanks to everyone on the 2022 Quilt Show Committee and special thanks to
Robyn Passig - Chairperson
Mary Beth Oberlin – Designing the walls and placing the quilts
Carol Schmidt – Advertising and wood conduits
Jenn Deck and Stephanie Sachtleben – Admissions
Theresa Grumke – Vendors
Susan Muszynski – Friday set up
Jessica Schunke – Registration and Placard design
Patti Anderson – Placard printing and assembly
Amy Kerkemeyer and Pam Hartig - Volunteer coordination
Ribbons – Pam Hartig and Amanda Zarecki
Nichole Witushynsky – Survey
Hope Wyss and Pam Hartig - Quilt Storage
Gail Luther – Board Liaison and QR codes
Also many thanks to Guild founder, Kristy Daum, for her donation of the pattern, Kinley, for sale at the show. Kristy has generously donated the proceeds of the pattern to the Guild for a year.
Also thanks to the following vendors that rented table space and helped the show by providing shopping opportunities. Gateway Quilts (Toby Lischko), Accessories by Lynne, Princess Pantone, City Sewing, Perennial and Will's Scissor Sharpening.
2022 STLMQG Quilt Show Ribbon Winners
Viewer's Choice – Gayle Larson, Rainbow Waves/Storm at Sea
Negative Space – Annie Cook, South by Southwest
Bee Quilts – Kerry Caverly and the STL SewBeeIt Bee, Wonky Log Cabin at the Bend Traveling Quilt – Krista Robbins, Annie Cook, Marie Hill, Linda Kocher, Gayle Larson
Miscellaneous – Gayle Larson, Woven Jacket
Modern Traditionalism – Cynthia Cook, Midnight Fandango
Challenges – Pamela Hartig, Be Complementary
Piecing – Jolene Grosch, Singularity
Minimalist – Annie Cook, Paint Chip
Small Quilts – Stephanie Sachtleben, Endurance
Applique – Pam Waske, True Colors Mandala
Improvisation (tie) – Susan Muszynski, Color Wheelies and Pamela Hartig, Shine
2022 Quiltcon Charity Raffle - The Divide
Pictured - left, Robyn Passig, chairperson of the Quilt Show Committee and right, the winner of the raffle, Megan Buttery.
The winner of our raffle quilt, The Divide, is Megan Buttery. The proceeds of the raffle ($947) was donated to the St. Louis Area Foodbank.
The quilt was a collaborative effort of the Guild and was displayed at the 2022 Quiltcon exhibition hosted by The Modern Quilt Guild in Phoenix, Arizona in February, 2022.
There are so many things that divide us. The urban vs. rural divide in Missouri and racial divisions in St. Louis are real issues that face our guild members. This quilt attempts to show these divides through color, and the zigzag lines down the middle of the quilt are loosely based on a map showing the racial demographics of North St. Louis County. As you look at this quilt, take a moment to think about what separates you from other people or groups and how you can bridge that gap, build understanding and love, and help move us toward a better future.