I decided to post quilts from the show that were the "losers". Why? Well, I decided that the ribbon winners are going to enjoy the attention and recognition that they so well deserved. The "losers club" however needs a little attention as there were many, many great quilts in that category.
Okay haters, yes, I'm a loser and I did include mine here. I still love my quilts and feel that I'm in great company. There.
To us, this was the biggest loser - or best unrecognized quilt. The work was lovely and it was crowded all day!
Second biggest loser - it was lovely and so well done.
I wish judges would stop dismissing these quilts just because they fit a certain "category" what do you think? Is it me?
so here are quilts that I (and I can only speak for myself) really liked. Mary liked these also.
This is a miniature - so sweet
These quilts were either little auction quilts, part of the "trees" exhibit or some other exhibit. They were not judged.
This is a street scene made by different quilters - very cool.
New Friends -
Shasta of High Road Quilter
Tara of Sew Unique Creations
Ann Champion of Ann Champion.
The nice lady who bought my little auction quilt - we just happened to be walking by when she was paying for it. She was so happy to have won it and it was great to meet her! Thanks!
After the show, we went to Mary's new home. It is quite stunning and her new sewing room is to die for, but I'll let her do the show and tell there.
On Thursday, I'm off to the Vermont Quilt Show - just visiting not exhibiting. If you see me, say hello!