Monday, February 25, 2013

QuiltCon - the winning quilts, part 2

Photos of the rest of the winning quilts from QuiltCon continue. I blogged about some of the winners in my last post - here. And I missed taking photos of a couple of the winners, and I apologize for that - it was simply my oversight in trying to keep track and get photos of them all.

Next weekend, I will try to add blog or flickr links to the quilters, I just don't have time to do that until I am back home and caught up at work. And, as I said last post, if you quilt is posted here and you would prefer it was not, just let me know and I will take it down.

So enjoy the rest of the wonderful winning quilts from QuiltCon:

Bohemian Confetti by Felicity Ronaghan

Bohemian Confetti by Felicity Ronaghan - Honorable Mention, Handwork, Small Quilts.

Modern Mini by Carolyn D. Braun

Modern Mini by Carolyn D. Braun - 1st Place, Handwork, Small Quilts.

Dark Star by Maura G. Ambrose

Dark Star by Maura G. Ambrose - 3rd Place, Handwork, Large Quilts.

untitled by Lindsay Stead

untitled by Lindsay Stead - 2nd Place, Handwork, Large Quilts. This one was also one of the Judge's Choice quilts.

Log Cabin Improv by Sherri Lynn Wood

Log Cabin Improv by Sherri Lynn Wood - 1st Place, Handwork, Large Quilts.

Sea Glass on Sand by Felicity Ronaghan

Sea Glass on Sand by Felicity Ronaghan - Honorable Mention, Improvisation, Small Quilts.

Red Concentrate by Lavialle Campbell

Red Concentrate by Lavialle Campbell - 1st Place, Improvisation, Small Quilts.

Unraeled by Kati Spencer

Unraveled by Kati Spencer - 2nd Place, Improvisational, Large Quilts.

Pantone Circles by Elizabeth Brandt

Pantone Circles by Elizabeth Brandt - 1st Place, Improvisational, Large Quilts.

Needless by Laura Bisagna

Needless by Laura Bisagna - Honorable Mention, Applique, Small Quilts.

  Self Study by Chawne M. Kimber

Self Study by Chawne M. Kimber - 1st Place, Applique, Small Quilts.

Retro Modern Shapes by Heather Davidson

Retro Modern Shapes by Heather Davidson - 3rd Place, Applique, Large Quilts.

Rainbow Blocks by Kathleen K. Baden

Rainbow Blocks by Kathleen K. Baden - 2nd Place, Applique, Large Quilts.

Flying Saucer by Lisa A. Alexakis

Flying Saucer by Lisa A. Alexakis - 1st Place, Applique, Large Quilts.

Helix, Nicole G. Neblett

Helix, Nicole G. Neblett - Honorable Mention - Minimalist Design, Small Quilts.

Pua Kua by Donna Morales-Oemig

Pua Kua by Donna Morales-Oemig - 1st Place, Minimalist Design, Small Quilts.

2 + 2 by Colleen Wootton

2 + 2 by Colleen Wootton - 2nd Place, Minimalist Design, Large Quilts.

Untitled, Lindsay Stead

Untitled, Lindsay Stead - 1st Place, Minimalist Design, Large Quilts.

A Modern Day Mystery by Lisa Haik (? not sure on the last name, oops)

A Modern Day Mystery by Lisa Haik (? spelling last name) - 3rd Place, Maasi Mara Collection Challenge.

Not Quite a Shadow by Susan Shore

Not Quite a Shadow by Susan Shore, 2nd Place, Maasi Mara Collection Challenge.

  Dear Stella as Charm Squares Baby Quilt by Melody Baker

Dear Stella as Charm Squares Baby Quilt by Melody Baker - 1st Place, Maasi Mara Collection Challenge.

Confetti Amongst Friends by Kristy L. Daum

Confetti Amongst Friends by Kristy L. Daum - 3rd Place, Group and Bee Quilts.

 Off the B.O.W. by Krista Fleckenstein

Off the B.O.W. by Krista Fleckenstein - 1st Place, Group and Bee Quilts.

Shirts by Carolyn Friedlander

Shirts by Carolyn Friedlander - 3rd Place, Modern Miniature Challenge.

Analysis of Variance by Charlotte Newland

Analysis of Variance by Charlotte Newland - 2nd Place, Modern Miniature Challenge.

Modern Challenge by Catherine A Redford - Version 2

Modern Challenge by Catherine A Redford - 1st Place Modern Miniature Challenge.

Sing it Out Loud by Karen L. Anderson-Abraham

Sing it Out Loud by Karen L. Anderson-Abraham - Coats & Clark Quilting Excellence Award.

Double Edged Love by Victoria Findlay Wolfe

Double Edged Love by Victoria Findlay Wolfe - Best in Show.

Again, apologies for the missing few quilts. It was fun to photograph all these quilts. I can tell you all that people were stopping to look at the quilts. They were taking photos. They were oohing and ahhhing over them. They were truly interested in these quilts.

It felt so good to have my quilts in this show, it was so wonderful to see the show, and I only wish you all could have come too.

Best,

Leanne

24 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing these quilt photos with us. I didn't think anything could top your first post, but wow! There were some very beautiful creations at QuiltCon

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  2. Thanks again! Yes, I wish I was there too!

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  3. They are all gorgeous! Amazing display of talents!

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  4. okręgi w bieli i turkusie dla mnie najpiękniejsze :)
    Pozdrawiam :)
    http://zakatekmoj.blogspot.com/

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  5. Thank you for this post. I feel as if you have given me a window onto QuiltCon. There are some fabulous quilts on show. Di x

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  6. Thanks Leanne, a wonderful sharing of the quilts, I am so glad to see some real and virtual friends in there! Congratulations! X

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  7. Thank you for sharing these Leanne.

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  8. Thanks again for all the photos, Leanne.

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  9. Thanks Leanne for the virtual tour. I have so many favourites but I think Sing it Out Loud just gets it!

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  10. Thanks for sharing Leanne! Lovely to see all the quilts and be inspired! Love the Pantone Circles!

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  11. Thank you so much Leanne for taking us with you to the quilt show! Congratulations - I love your quilts! x Teje

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  12. Thank you so much for taking the time to upload all of these beautiful quilts. Wish I could have seen them in real life!

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  13. Felt like I was there (well, nearly) with your great photos. So great to see them. Thanks ;)

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  14. I'm pinning like mad! There's so much gorgeousness here!

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  15. Very interesting and wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

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  16. Thanks so much for showing your wonderful photos - I feel like I've been there too now. Congrats on your success too, well deserved. x

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  17. Wow, thanks for the fabulous round up, some amazing work there!

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  18. Thank you for the pictures Leanne! There are some really wonderful designs there!

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  19. Congrats on your ribbon. It's a real coup at such a large show. All the quilts are wonderful--the variety of colours and designs is amazing.

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  20. Thanks very much! And by the way, you take great photos. Well done. So many of these are my personal favs from what I've seen of the show quilts, but your photos make them easier to see.

    Elizabeth E.

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  21. Thank you for the vicarious look! Hope you had safe travels home

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  22. thanks so much for so many of the photos from this show..I was not able to attend, darn it ! but hope to make next year's...fabulous quilts, one and all.

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