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Thread: QuiltCon 2019 Winners!

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    QuiltCon 2019 Winners!

    There are some beautiful pictures posted on the https://www.quiltcon.com/2019-winners website!

    A feast for your eyes I appreciate Modern Quilting just like all other styles of quilting but am impressed with quite a few of the quilts that placed! The 'Best in Show' is beautifully bright, cheerful and was a group effort (which I really like). I'm also quite fond of Jodi Robinson's 'The Modern Drunk' that won Best Machine Quilting, Framed. I took a class from her last Fall at Quilt Week and she is delightful and very talented!

    Enjoy the quilt show pics
    Christine
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    Thanks for posting. I enjoyed the eye candy.

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    That's the first time I've seen so many modern quilts at once. Thanks for the show.

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    ​All are great and it would be hard to pick a favourite!

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    thanks for sharing. i didn't care for most of them, but truly admire the artistry
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    Not my style of quilts but the workmanship is magnificent. Isn't nice that there is room for all of us and our styles.

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    I think the workmanship really gets better and better! Thanks for posting.

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    Thanks for sharing---a bunch of beautiful quilts for sure.

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    What talent! Thanks, Christine, for the quilt show!!

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    Thanks for sharing the link.
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    Thank you for sharing this link. I am just amazed at the marvelous artistry. I admire the modern look so much. Part of the reason, I think, is because it moves the application of our beloved art form, quilting, forward. I am awed at what I saw on this site.

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    I completely agree.

    Quote Originally Posted by quilterpurpledog View Post
    Part of the reason, I think, is because it moves the application of our beloved art form, quilting, forward.
    Christine
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