Quilt & Fiber Arts Show

Saturday and Sunday, June 25th & 26th, 2022

Sponsored by Chris Clemans Sotheby’s International Realty

Historic Cold Spring Village is proud to present the 32nd annual Cape May Quilt and Fiber Show on Saturday and Sunday, June 25th-26th.
The event will be held from 11am until 4:00pm on both days featuring the Viewer’s Choice quilt show, speakers, and demonstrations.
All Fiber Guild Members will receive a $2 discount when presenting their membership cards at the Admission Gate.
Saturday visitors may vote for their favorite quilts at the Viewer’s Choice Quilt Show located in the museum’s Welcome Center and/or vote on their favorite Half Square Block entry at the Cold Spring Brewery.
The show continues Sunday allowing visitors to enjoy the display and view the winning quilts.
Lectures will be held at the Friends Pavilion on both days beginning at 11:30 am with Dina Newbert, lecturer and studying to become a NACQJ Certified Quilt Judge presenting “No Waste Quilting”.
At 12:30 Lynn Hannigan quilter, instructor, and former quilt shop owner presents “Recycled Quilting with a Purpose”.
At 1:30 quilt teacher Janellea Macbeth, author of SCRAPSTASHTIC QUILTS, will teach you to reclaim your sewing rooms, tame your scraps, and sew more!
Visit with sewers of Jersey Cape Atlantic Chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America, Quilts of Valor, Ryan’s Cases for Smiles, South Shore Quilters, and Erin Peeks to discuss dyeing fibers, and the quilt collection of the Hodges, Schofield, Blewitt-Thomas Families with Diane Bell.
In addition to all things fiber, visit the Country Store, enjoy the goodies from the Village Bakery, indulge your sweet tooth at the Ice Cream Parlor, experience a taste of the Village ‘s home-brewed craft beer at the Cold Spring Brewery, a light at the Village Eatery or delicious lunch or early dinner from the Cold Spring Grange Restaurant.

Announcing the Winners of the 32nd Annual Quilt and Fiber Show
1st Place – Jane’s Quilt by Eileen Icanangelo
2nd Place – Modern Salvage Medallion by Susan Tarant
3rd Place – Medallion by Susan Tarrant
1st Place – Guardian Angel by Jane Pszczolkowski
2nd Place – My Town by Jane Pszczolkowski
3rd Place- Quilt Country Soul- Roberta Muche
1st Place – Beach Serenity by Jane Pszczolkowski
2nd Place – Penelope Pelican by Sandra Wright
3rd Place – Door Yard Gsarden by Diane C. Kleiner
Guardian Angel by Jane Pszczolkowski
Bed Quilts- Janes Quilt by Eileen Icanangelo
Wall Quilts – Cabin Chills by Elena Hartzell
Small Quilts – Origami Kimono by Geri Pagliari
#15 Elena Hartzell

Janellea Macbeth will be speaking at the Gazebo at 1:30 each day.

Janellea Macbeth Biography

Janellea Macbeth is a quilting author, speaker, and thought leader. She has been sewing
unsupervised since the age of three, and spent many years specializing in garment construction.
With over 3 decades of sewing experience, Jan has achieved mastery of modern garment
construction, pattern drafting, and alteration, formalwear, tailoring costuming, historically
accurate period reproductions, and corset construction of the 1860’s.
At the age of 9, Janellea began a lifelong love of quilting while spending a week in a non-electric
hunting cabin in Maine (with her parents). She enjoys hand piecing, machine piecing, paper
piecing, applique, hand quilting, machine quilting, and longarm quilting.  In 2009, Janellea began

scrap quilting in self-defense.  Her unique balance of chaos and order within scrap quilts
developed ash she found ways to use up the scraps that were a byproduct of her voracious
quilting hobby. As she found her own “quilting voice,” she began to look for ways to streamline
the way she dealt with scraps. Jan’s system for cutting, storing, and using scraps evolved over
the course of several years. Each iteration of the system moved towards greater flexibility,
creativity, and productivity. Ultimately, ScrapStashtic Quilts evolved into an adaptable, easy-to-implement,
appealing, and compact system that can support the needs of any sewing room.
Since publishing her scrap system in the Amazon #1 Bestseller, ScrapStashtic Quilts, Organizing
your Scrap Stash and Actually using it, Jan has been inspiring thousands of quilters to creatively
use the bins of fabric that have been waiting for “someday.” Quilters who love Jan’s book are
discovering creative ways to push their artistic boundaries through scrap quilting, and are also
enjoying the benefits of more free space in their sewing rooms.
Janellea regularly visits regional quilt guilds as a guest lecturer throughout the country, where
she provides education, inspiration, and motivation to guild members. Audience members
enjoy a one-of-a-kind, sneak peek behind-the-scenes look at the quilts that inspired the creation
of the quilt recipes included in ScrapStashtic Quilts.