Stitch by stitch, members of the Voyager RV Resort Quilters II club create memories and art.
The club put that art on display Monday during a show in the RV resort's ballroom.
"You have a lot of different degrees to look at, from beginning to expert," said attendee Nora Briggs.
More than 130 quilts were on display during the one-day event at Voyager, 8701 S. Kolb Road, and attendees had a chance to vote for their favorite.
"It's very inspirational to attend a show - it charges me up to finish my quilts," Briggs said.
Some 675 people came and went throughout the day to see the classic and modern-style quilts.
"It's not just grandmothers' pieced quilts anymore," show co-chair Billye Reynolds said. With computerized sewing machines and new technology, quilts are becoming more modern.
"The new technology, it's revolutionized it," co-chair Susie Johansson said, citing examples of quilts made with objects such as beads, buttons and yarn.
"Everybody has had a grandma or mother who used to quilt," Reynolds said. "Quilting was becoming a lost art, but it's coming back now."
• Large-quilt division: Louise Dukes' quilt, No. 36, "Desert Dreams."
• Small-quilt division: Anna-Margaret Fountain's quilt, No. 81, "Santa's Ride."
• Other-items division: Maureen Herran, item No. 66, "Lovely in White."
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