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2017 Pantone Quilt Challenge: Greenery results are in!
…But (quickly) before we get to that, Sarah of No Hats in the House and I just wanted to say how impressed we’ve been by vibrant and varied ways in which you all paid homage to Greenery. All three of our judges remarked that their decisions were not going to be easy after seeing what you came up with, so kudos to all of our entrants for making their jobs that much harder. 🙂 And if you don’t see your quilt listed below, we hope you know it is by no means a reflection on the quality of your work! You’re all amazing.
But you know that already. 🙂 What you don’t know, however, is who the judges and viewers picked! So without further ado….
Quilts (judged by Carolyn Friedlander)
First place — Robert Kaufman — Green Prize pack (Kona Color Card + 3 green Kona FQ bundles)
Second place — Robert Kaufman — Kona Color Card + 1 green Kona FQ bundle
Viewers’ choice — Robert Kaufman — Kona Color Card + 1 green Kona FQ bundle
Minis (judged by Jennifer Sampou)
“Ah! Not an easy decision. So many talented makers and successful quilts. My criteria was first based on visual graphic impact due to not seeing the quilts in person. These are my two choice winners. Very different approach/style yet both artists exhibit originality, understanding of dynamic composition and use of greenery. Quilting enhances design, adds depth and rhythm. Ultimately I am drawn to the excellent design sense of both artists and I am honored to be the judge of this challenge.”
First place — Oakshott Fabrics — $100 gift certificate
Second place — Fat Quarter Shop — $50 gift certificate
Viewers’ choice — Love, Patchwork & Quilting Magazine — 1-year print subscription
Okay, so it turns out the viewers were totally in sync with Jennifer on this one, which means “Growing Green” won their (your) vote, too. However, in the interest of keeping things friendly and sharing the love, we’re awarding the viewers’ choice prize to the (close) second mini…
Just the Top (judged by Christa Watson)
#1: Those triangles just mesmerized me – making me wonder how she did that! I love all the color and movement that was achieved with her rich, monochromatic color scheme.
Runner Up: I love how she mixed greenery with other colors to create such a delightful quilt. Her fabric choices are great and she was able to effectively create contrast with busy prints. Great job!”
First place — Aurifil — Large spool thread collection (Christa Watson’s Thread Box)
Second place — Lecien — Goodie Basket
Viewers’ choice — Crimson Tate — $50 gift certificate
The following (and equally fabulous) entries have been drawn at random from the three challenge categories to win our “door prizes”:
We’ll be contacting our winners over the next few days to discuss logistics, etc., so keep an eye out for those emails.
Again, a big thank you to our judges, sponsors, and all of our entrants for making this challenge such a joy to watch over these past few months! Rebecca and I have really enjoyed seeing all of your creations come to life. And if you have any suggestions or feedback, we would love to hear it. This was our first rodeo, so to speak, and we’re sure there are ways we can improve for next year, so please let us know—we’re all ears!
Sarah + Rebecca