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Northview students compete in annual Christmas pillow contest

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

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Fashion and Textile I students at Northview recently competed in the annual Velvet Christmas Pillow Contest. Winners in several catagories included (front row)Brandy Dowell, Allison Trout-Grand Champion, Krista Stearley; (second row) Emily Long, Ashley Coleman, Samantha Bryan, Morgan Holt; (third row) Samantha Okulovich, Jessica Lake, Erica Klass, Riley Sutherlin, Alexis Miller and Ashlen Buck.
The Fashion and Textiles I classes at Northview High School recently completed their Christmas projects. Each student designed and constructed festive velvet pillows. Some students beaded designs, some wove ribbons, and some machined appliquéd designs. Several students embellished their pillows with machine embroidery patterns.

Last week student entered their velvet pillows in our annual contest. Awards were given in the following catagories: Simply Elegant, Most Festive, Most Creative, Outstanding Workmanship, Most Original Design, Best Theme and Most Intricate Design. The Grand Champion Award was presented to Allison Trout for her "Let It Snow" theme pillow.

Fashion and Textiles I class is one of ten Family and Consumer Science classes available to students at Northview.

The class is taught by Joanna Connors.

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Judges included Michelle Burk, Jill Conner, Kelly Welton, and Dianna Knox.

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Those are beautiful pillows! congratulations ladies! Any chance they would be willing to sell them?

-- Posted by millertime on Wed, Dec 23, 2009, at 7:58 AM


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