Well, the 2009 quilt show is behind us! It was a lot of work, but thoroughly wonderful. We had a great variety of quilts hanging in the show, and people seemed to enjoy the display. And, of course, the vendors. I certainly enjoyed the vendors.
I entered 11 quilts, most of which were hanging in the art category. Some of them were finished right before the show, and although I've posted pictures of the tops, I haven't posted pictures of the completed pieces. My personal favorite (of my own quilts, that is) is Sticks #1. The judges liked it, too:
Block Study #6 got an Honorable Mention:
Fishy Wishes got a Third Place ribbon:
Sticks #2 was finished days (ok, maybe hours) before it was due at the show:
My Wonky Log Cabin hung in the special exhibits section. Looked a little odd hanging with all of the traditional log cabins around it:
I had seven quilts entered in the art category, and ended up with six of them in the same area. My own personal cubbyhole:
The studioQ round robin quilts looked fabulous hanging together:
All in all, a great show!