PHOTO: Quilt show returns to fairgrounds

Guests to the 2019 Pajaro Valley Quilt Show view a display from the Community Outreach Quilters. (Johanna Miller/Register-Pajaronian)

WATSONVILLE — The 2019 Pajaro Valley Quilt Show was held over the weekend at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, filling the Harvest, J.J. Crosetti and Fine Arts buildings with various displays, vendors and exhibits. Special events such as a fashion show, demonstrations and quilt auctions were also held during the two-day show, put on by the Pajaro Valley Quilt Association.


ABOVE: "Water is Life, so why are we doing this?" was created by Thom Atkins. The quilt was made from machine appliquéd cotton and lace, beads and bits of distressed plastic. (Photo by Johanna Miller/Register-Pajaronian)


ABOVE: This quilt, entitled “Persist,” was on display at the 2019 Pajaro Valley Quilt Show. Each block of the quilt was made by students of Cambridge Ridge and Latin H.S. students in Cambridge, Mass. Quilted by Nancy Williams. (Photo by Johanna Miller/Register-Pajaronian)

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