Monday, August 16, 2010

Ribbon, Ribbons, everywhere!!

This week was our Plumas-Sierra County Fair.  We always have a great showing of quilts, and this year was no exception.  But, best of all, when walking around the display, I found this!!!


I was so excited; this is the first quilt I've entered that has been finished on my Millennium. I couldn't believe it...a FIRST PLACE RIBBON for me!!!  I was elated.  I know its a County Fair and I know that had this quilt been entered in a "real" show, it wouldn't have won.  But I don't care!!  I WON!!  I'm still doing the happy dance!!

After coming down from the ceiling, I continued my tour around the room and found that five other quilts I'd quilted had ribboned as well.



This one got second:























Third:






















Another First for a group quilt (its my Guild's Opportunity Quilt). I forgot to take a picture with the ribbon on it *pout*



Second for a group quilt






















and another first for this Table Topper.














Does this mean I can advertise as an Award Winning Quilter????

6 comments:

  1. Do you have to ask?!! Holy cow, you are a true professional now....for sure. Is your phone rining off the wall? Congratulations!!!

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  2. how wonderful! I'd be on the ceiling too! Congratulations!

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  3. WooHoo....good job, and yes, its now "MS. Award Winner" to us common people....

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  4. Congratulations! Your quilting is gorgeous - you better advertise as an award winning quilter, because you are!

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  6. Absolutely, Ms. Award Winner!

    Congratulations!

    On the point about no batting, I was wondering the same thing as I was working on baby quilts for an orphanage in Africa. They surely wouldn't need batting, so I went without. It does work, but does it qualify as a quilt?

    LOL.....

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