The results are in for the Brown County Historical Society’s annual quilt show presented by the Pioneer Women’s Club.

Best of Show was awarded to Nancy Bennett of Freetown for a six-year project, “Stars and Compasses.”

Jan Storm pieced a sampler quilt with a variety of stars. Her “Sampler Stars” was machine-quilted by Susan Hobson and won the Best Machine Quilting Award.

Joyce Shook entered a quilt named “Green Deltas.” The heirloom quilt, hand-stitched and quilted by her husband’s great-grandmother, won Best Hand Quilted entry.

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Judge Cindy Claycamp chose Jackie Spencer‘s quilt “Afternoon Delight” as her favorite.

Other winners were:

Applique Bed Quilt

First place — Mary Jo Jackson for “Farm Fresh”

Honorable mention — Linda Whittaker for “Antique Cutie Updated”

Pieced Bed Quilt

First place — Storm for “Sampler Stars”

Honorable mention — Storm for “Mom’s Starts”

Mixed Technique Bed Quilt

First place — Spencer for “Afternoon Delight”

Honorable mention — Whittaker for “El’s Kitchen”

Wall Quilt

First place — Val Morris for “Land of the Quilter, Home of the Brave”

Honorable mention — Morris for “Scrap Zoo”

Youth/Baby Quilt

First place — Lu Brunnemer for “Color Wheels”

Honorable mention — Brunnemer for “Tender Hearts”

Small Scale Quilt

First place — Brunnemer for “Fall Delights”

Honorable mention —June Wolpert for “How About a New Color Scheme Southwest?”

Quilted Wearable

First place — Morris for autumn coat

Honorable mention — Shook for Sunflower vest

Quilted Craft

First place — Brunnemer for reversible table runner

Honorable mention — Connie Pockevich for “Shwa Shwa All Day”

Art Quilt

First place — Daren Redman for “Autumn in Brown County”

Honorable mention — Brunnemer for “Poppies”