This is part II of my quilt guild's 10-year anniversary exhibition, which was held recently September 26-28. Be sure to also check out part I and part III.
So today I thought I would share our exhibition challenge event, my Haberdashery group's challenge display and my own projects I entered. Let's start with the very impressive challenge event.
The challenge theme was celebration and entries could either be a wallhanging or a bag.
Okay, I'll admit, I was biased toward the wallhangings so while the bags did also receive their own first, second and third place winners/prizes, I only photographed the wallhangings. Sorry, don't hate me.
|1st Place: Marion Loftberg|
|2nd Place: Birgitta Hortin|
|3rd Place: Name Unknown|
My friend Ingrid also submitted an entry into the challenge. Both she and Birgitta included the tiniest little LED lights onto their wallhangings, but unfortunately not all of the lights were turned on or working - shame.
|by Ingrid Hortin|
Then my Haberdashery group had all of our Persian Pickle (mine and the group's) projects on display. They looked fab! Shame the lighting isn't better but they looked nicer in real life.
And finally, I submitted a few things of my own to the exhibition; not many since I have a very bad habit of not finishing my sewing projects without great effort but still...
|Happy Spring Wallhanging|
|Mobile Phone Holder|
|Woven Milk Carton Basket (large blue one)|
And finally, Ingrid, Birgitta and I submitted the baby quilt we made at the start of summer for a co-worker who was due mid-June. More information on this particular project will be shared in the coming month.
|Bugsy Baby Quilt|
All right, that's it for part II! Thanks for stopping by. The final part III will be shared shortly so please stop around again for the final photos.