The shop that nominates the Grand Prize winner receives a $500 voucher to attend a TNNA show. First-place winners and shops that nominate the winners receive $200 in prizes from our first-place sponsors.
Grand Prize (sponsored by TNNA)
“Gnossienes” (after Erik Satie’s compositions for piano)
A hand embroidered tapestry, free hand drawn design embroidered with cotton embroidery floss on ivory satin, with a burgundy velvet border and burgundy satin ribbon tabs for hanging, backed with interfacing, curtain linen.
55 x 55”
By Suzanne Vinmans of Albany, WI
Sponsored by Lynn’s Craft Shop
Contact: Lynn Halme
5928 Odana Rd
Madison, WI 53719
First-place Quilting (sponsored by Sunflower Pattern Co-Operative)
Crazy Quilt Wallhanging
This crazy quilt design includes foundation center piece method to piece, by machine, as well as silk ribbon embroidery, beading, and lace trims, tatting, and crocheted pieces all done by hand.
By Karen Kieppe of East Lansing, MI
Sponsored by Country Stitches
Contact: Ann Drane
East Lansing, MI 48823
First-place Knitting/Crochet (sponsored by Plymouth Yarn Company Inc.)
Crocheted Lap Blanket
This unique lap blanket was designed and crocheted by a 15-year old who recently picked up the craft.
By Elena Stefania Ferrari of Beverly, MA
Sponsored by Yarns in the Farms
Contact: Carolyn Winkler
641 Hale St
Beverly Farms, MA 01915
First-place Tatting/Lace-making (sponsored by Presencia Hilaturas USA)
Tatted Baby Bonnet and Booties
The bonnet pattern is from Traditional Tatting Patterns edited by Rita Weiss (Dover Pulications, Inc., New York 1986). The bootie pattern is from Aunt Ellen’s Tatting Handbook by the staff of The Workbasket magazine (Modern Handcraft, Inc., Kansas City 1982).
By Jane Kimberly of Worcester, VT
Sponsored by Fine Threads
Contact: Evelyn Gant
211 Vt Rte 12, Putnamville
Montpelier, VT 05602-8619
First-place Needlepoint (sponsored by Zweigart) “Waterforms”
This piece gradually took shape after artist Jeffrey Kulick notices two separate stitches called “swirl.” Combined with original designs, this work was interpreted from a Jean Hilton stitch and Even More Stitches for Effects by Suzanne Howren and Beth Robertson. It uses predominately silk thread.
By Jeffrey Kulick of Oakton, VA
Sponsored by Needlewoman East
Contact: Sue D. Jennings
809-C West Broad Street
Falls Church, VA 22046