Today I am posting the rest of the QuiltCon winners. This show was so filled with inspiration that I’m going home excited, ready to start my next big quilting project. You can see the rest of the show winners in these blog posts: Part 1 and Part 2.
The viewer’s choice winner has been announced: Overgrown by Alison Glass & Lisa Sipes:
Viewer’s Choice – Overgrown, by Alison Glass of Norfolk, Virginia
Quilted by Lisa Sipes
Minimalist Design, Large 1st Place – Untitled by Lindsay Stead
Toronto, Ontario Canada
Minimalist Design, Large 2nd Place – 2+2 by Collen Wooton
Minimalist Design, Large 3rd Place – Don’t Box Me In by Tammy Vasser
Minimalist Design, Small 1st Place – Pa Kua by Donna Morales-Oemig
Minimalist Design, Small Honorable Mention – Helix by Nicole Neblett
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Use of Negative Space, Large 1st Place – Trajectory #2 by Megan Dye
Use of Negative Space, Large 2nd Place – Broken Diamonds by Kati Spencer
Use of Negative Space, Large 3rd Place – Rhythm & Blues by Ann Deister
Use of Negative Space, Small 1st Place – Mobile by Elizabeth Brandt
Use of Negative Space, Small Honorable Mention – Shattered by Leanne Chahley
Edmonton, Alberta Canada
Handwork, Large 1st Place – Log Cabin Improv by Sherri Lynn Wood
Handwork, Large 2nd Place and Judges Choice – Untitled by Lindsay Stead
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Handwork, Large 3rd Place – Dark Star by Maura Ambrose
Quilted by Juliet Gamarci, Austin Texas
Handwork, Small 1st Place – Modern Mini by Carolyn Braun
Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey
Handwork, Small Honorable Mention – Bohemian Confetti by Felicity Ronaghan
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Modern Traditionalism, Large 1st Place – New Star Rising by Ben Darby
Modern Traditionalism, Large 2nd Place – Doppelganger by Thomas Knauer
Quilted by Lisa Sipes, Utica, New York
Modern Traditionalism, Large 3rd Place – Hannah by Kaite Sciarrano
Quilted by Susan Sciarrano, Portland Oregon
Modern Traditionalism, Small 1st Place – Lifesavers by Lee Heinrich
The next QuiltCon show will be in 2015 and I can hardly wait!
24 thoughts on “QuiltCon – Award Winning Quilts Part 3 – Updated with Viewer’s Choice”
Wow! and Wow! again. What an amazingly wonderful array of quilts. Thanks for the photos Christa…please post more!
Thank you so much for sharing all your pictures. I wasn’t able to attend, but would have loved to go. I love all the posts you have had on the quilts and fun of QuiltCon!
You did such an excellent job putting your posts together! Thank you so much!
Thanks for the great posts. The photos show the remarkable quilting that is a hallmark of Modern Quilts. Very inspiring!
I agree, Isabel. I think the quilting makes the quilt and that’s part of what attracts me so much to the modern quilting movement.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU So generous of you to share your photos.
Thanks for sharing all those winners. It is very inspiring!
Thanks for posting all of these pictures – simply beautiful!
I’ve been itching to see quilts from the show. Thanks so much for posting.
I’ve not found out who won the Viewer’s Choice yet. Is there a picture of it and who’s it is?
Great question Pam! I haven’t heard anything about Viewer’s Choice yet. I’m sure the MQG will post something about that on their blog.
The viewer’s choice is on the Andover blog: http://blog.andoverfabrics.com/2013/02/peoples-choice-quiltcon-winner/
How fun to see the winners. Thank you so much for taking the time to post them with such terrific notations for each one. Really enjoyed this!
Thank you for sharing these winners! Love them!!!
O.M.G!!! These quilts are all so amazing! I can’t believe the talent you captured at this show! Thank you so much for sharing them all with us!
They are pretty amazing, aren’t they? I came away so inspired and my head is now so full of ideas I can’t wait to get them all down on paper and into quilts 🙂
What a wonderful treat for all of us who couldn’t make it to QuiltCon. We can’t thank you enough for your generosity!!
Thank you for taking your time to do this I’ve really enjoyed your posts!
Thanks again for sharing!
Thank you SO much for posting these photos for those of us who couldn’t go in person.