Quilting and caring


Laura Hobart made the quilt that was judged Best of Show in the Clinton County Quilt Show at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The quilt pattern is “Happy Home”.

Laura Hobart made the quilt that was judged Best of Show in the Clinton County Quilt Show at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The quilt pattern is “Happy Home”.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In an ongoing club project, the Clinton County Quilters made Hero Quilts to be donated and distributed to a number of military veterans in the area. From left in the photograph that shows quilters plus members of veterans organizations are Susie Teboe, Carol Earhart, Rita Cioppettini, Brady Stevens, Leslie Rose (partly hidden), Jackie McLarty (holding a quilt), Paul Butler, and Charlie Lakatos. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Here are two of the many quilts that were on display at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The unicorns quilt was made by Margaret Oborne, and the “3 Little Monkeys” quilt was made by Elaine Shoemaker.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The sunflower quilt on the rear panel was made by Teresa Harvel.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the Clinton County Quilters’ quilt raffle at the Clinton County Corn Festival, Jessica Shoemaker is one of two people to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands next to her prize.


Courtesy photos

Judy Burton is one of two lucky women to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands in front of her raffle prize.


Courtesy photos

These are some of the Youth Quilters who participated in quilting projects that were displayed in the quilt barn at the Corn Festival. From left in the front row are Zeb Motsinger, Liliana Knoche, and Aliyah Rhonemus; from left in the middle row are Avery Hart, and Layni Hutchinson; and from left in the back row are Anabelle McGriff, Kairi Hutchinson, Holly Pegan, and Chanda Weisenberger.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Laura Hobart made the quilt that was judged Best of Show in the Clinton County Quilt Show at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The quilt pattern is “Happy Home”.

In an ongoing club project, the Clinton County Quilters made Hero Quilts to be donated and distributed to a number of military veterans in the area. From left in the photograph that shows quilters plus members of veterans organizations are Susie Teboe, Carol Earhart, Rita Cioppettini, Brady Stevens, Leslie Rose (partly hidden), Jackie McLarty (holding a quilt), Paul Butler, and Charlie Lakatos. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.

Here are two of the many quilts that were on display at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The unicorns quilt was made by Margaret Oborne, and the “3 Little Monkeys” quilt was made by Elaine Shoemaker.

The sunflower quilt on the rear panel was made by Teresa Harvel.

In the Clinton County Quilters’ quilt raffle at the Clinton County Corn Festival, Jessica Shoemaker is one of two people to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands next to her prize.

Judy Burton is one of two lucky women to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands in front of her raffle prize.

These are some of the Youth Quilters who participated in quilting projects that were displayed in the quilt barn at the Corn Festival. From left in the front row are Zeb Motsinger, Liliana Knoche, and Aliyah Rhonemus; from left in the middle row are Avery Hart, and Layni Hutchinson; and from left in the back row are Anabelle McGriff, Kairi Hutchinson, Holly Pegan, and Chanda Weisenberger.

Laura Hobart made the quilt that was judged Best of Show in the Clinton County Quilt Show at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The quilt pattern is “Happy Home”.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0129.jpgLaura Hobart made the quilt that was judged Best of Show in the Clinton County Quilt Show at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The quilt pattern is “Happy Home”. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In an ongoing club project, the Clinton County Quilters made Hero Quilts to be donated and distributed to a number of military veterans in the area. From left in the photograph that shows quilters plus members of veterans organizations are Susie Teboe, Carol Earhart, Rita Cioppettini, Brady Stevens, Leslie Rose (partly hidden), Jackie McLarty (holding a quilt), Paul Butler, and Charlie Lakatos. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0116.jpgIn an ongoing club project, the Clinton County Quilters made Hero Quilts to be donated and distributed to a number of military veterans in the area. From left in the photograph that shows quilters plus members of veterans organizations are Susie Teboe, Carol Earhart, Rita Cioppettini, Brady Stevens, Leslie Rose (partly hidden), Jackie McLarty (holding a quilt), Paul Butler, and Charlie Lakatos. For more photos, visit wnewsj.com. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Here are two of the many quilts that were on display at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The unicorns quilt was made by Margaret Oborne, and the “3 Little Monkeys” quilt was made by Elaine Shoemaker.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0117.jpgHere are two of the many quilts that were on display at the 2019 Clinton County Corn Festival. The unicorns quilt was made by Margaret Oborne, and the “3 Little Monkeys” quilt was made by Elaine Shoemaker. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The sunflower quilt on the rear panel was made by Teresa Harvel.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0127.jpgThe sunflower quilt on the rear panel was made by Teresa Harvel. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the Clinton County Quilters’ quilt raffle at the Clinton County Corn Festival, Jessica Shoemaker is one of two people to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands next to her prize.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_shoemaker_p.jpgIn the Clinton County Quilters’ quilt raffle at the Clinton County Corn Festival, Jessica Shoemaker is one of two people to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands next to her prize. Courtesy photos

Judy Burton is one of two lucky women to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands in front of her raffle prize.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_burton_p.jpgJudy Burton is one of two lucky women to win a 2019 Raffle Quilt. She stands in front of her raffle prize. Courtesy photos

These are some of the Youth Quilters who participated in quilting projects that were displayed in the quilt barn at the Corn Festival. From left in the front row are Zeb Motsinger, Liliana Knoche, and Aliyah Rhonemus; from left in the middle row are Avery Hart, and Layni Hutchinson; and from left in the back row are Anabelle McGriff, Kairi Hutchinson, Holly Pegan, and Chanda Weisenberger.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_DSC_0110.jpgThese are some of the Youth Quilters who participated in quilting projects that were displayed in the quilt barn at the Corn Festival. From left in the front row are Zeb Motsinger, Liliana Knoche, and Aliyah Rhonemus; from left in the middle row are Avery Hart, and Layni Hutchinson; and from left in the back row are Anabelle McGriff, Kairi Hutchinson, Holly Pegan, and Chanda Weisenberger. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal