FELLOWSHIP "CELEBRATION" QUILT

RFQFA's first project is a "Celebration" quilt in honor of Rotary International's 100th Birthday.  The quilt will be on display at the 2005 International Convention in Chicago and will be used to raise money for the Rotary Foundation. 

Members submitted 9 inch quilt blocks depicting their creative rendition of "Celebration".  The blocks will be pieced together along the quilt border with sashing.  This quilt will be in a Medallion design.  In the center will be an illustration of the Chicago skyline by Phyllis Giersch.  Keep watching for progress updates.

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Anne Parsons of Palgrave, ON Canada has the elements of the 4-Way Test printed inside a red star on yellow background.

Quilt Block from Annette Emmett, Tasmania Australia, has a playful kangaroo hopping with balloons.

Mairy Guthleben of Placerville California USA gives Rotary a beautifully decorated birthday cake.

Monica Kulz incorporates her Canadian Flag. Monica's father is a Rotarian in Fenelon Falls, ON Canada.

Lauralee Baugh's multi colored strips and tiny stars, look like candles. Lauralee is a Rotarian from Greencastle Indiana USA.

Balloons call for a "Celebration!". Design created by Allison Hutchinson of Fenelon Falls, Ontario Canada.

Hiltburg Wussow of Germany gives us her beautiful, artistist "Fireworks".

Luann Ochs from the state of Indiana, USA, adds a heart and Rotary wheel to her colorful flower basket.

Even Past RI President Clifford Dochterman adds to the "Celebration" with his theme of Real Happiness.

New Zealand Kiwi and Tree Ferns live under the bright New Zealand skies as pictured by Ailsa McKenzie of Waimate, NZ.

Pat Surra proudly symbolizes the OrangeVale Rotary Club celebrating Rotary's History.

Jane Oyler chooses Red, White and Blue polka dots for a bright Quilt Block.

Yay! Rotary is 100! Nann Hilyard created this adorable star on a star-filled background. Nann is from Winthrop Harbor Illinois USA.

Linda Campbell, Moraga California USA, designed a bright sunny block.

There are more to come, but here are all the blocks a/o January 22, 2005.

This fabric printed with international flags will be used as the backing for the Centennial Quilt.