Blowin' in the Wind Quilt Supports the Arts in ICSD

Blowin' in the Wind Quilt  Supports the Arts in ICSD

Exquisite quilt designed, pieced, and machine quilted by Marcie Wyant of CottonPatchQuilts. Size: 82” square, 100% cotton. Your ticket will support the costumes for plays and musicals at DeWitt Middle School, Boynton Middle School, Lehman Alternative Community School and Ithaca High School. Funding for costumes are raised each year through ticket sales. The quilt drawing donations will help secondary schools and honors the wonderful fabric work of our quilt donor, Marcie Wyant, retired ICSD teacher.

Purchase your quilt drawing ticket(s) with the Donate! box below (in the read more section)—one ticket for $1, six tickets for $5.
Or email and send your check to FABG, 101 East State Street, #182, Ithaca, NY 14850. Make check payable to IPEI/FABG with quilt drawing in memo line.

Ticket Donation Suggested Quilt Drawing June 18, 2011 40th Reunion Weekend
One ticket for $1.00 Before Orleans Concert Part of Salty Dog’s
Six tickets for $5.00 At La Tourelle Resort Good Works

How it works

  • Once you submit your drawing donation, your name will be entered into the quilt drawing.
  • Your name will be assigned a number depending on the number of tickets purchased. An email will be sent to you from the boosters confirming your ticket numbers.
  • Your quilt drawing tickets will go to support children’s arts education in the Ithaca City School District.
  • Need not be present at drawing to win.
  • Thank you for your support.


Donate to the Ithaca Community Fine Arts Booster Group, please enter the amount of your donation in the box below.


Thanks to Marcie Wyant of CottonPatchQuilts, Salty Dog 4oth Reunion, Sheryl Sinkow Photography, La Tourelle Resort, Candace Shoemaker, Masha Fontes, IPEI, and the quilt drawing sellers for making this possible. In addition, the Salty Dog 40th Reunion organizers are encouraging used instrument donations to our instrument recycling program. Join their weekend activities in June 17-19, 2011. Thank you!