Thursday, May 6, 2010

25th Tote & Gloat Winners - part 4

The following all won Merit Awards:
Helen Cocker for I vow to thee my country
Carol McGillivrary for Beethoven's 5th Symphony

Lauren Francis for Where have all the flowers gone?Barbara Pritchard for True colours

Congratulations to all our winners and many thanks to Judy Coates Perez for the unenviable task of judging

25th Tote & Gloat Winners - part 3

Best Traditionalwon by Lorna Newsome with Old friends
Best Interpretation of Theme
won by Sonja Revel with Music of the night from The Phantom of the Opera
Best Use of Colour
won by Sonja Revell with Island in the sun

25th Tote & Gloat Winners - part 2

continuing on with the winners ...
Advanced
1st: Cheryl Shirriffs with These boots are made for walking
This quilt also won Best Contemporary
2nd: Liz Gates with Autumn leaves
Professional
1st: Sheryl Meech with The Rose
2nd: Dianne Southey with On the beach
This quilt also won Viewer's Choice

25th Tote & Gloat Winners - part 1

Here are some of the winners from Tote & Gloat held on Saturday 1st May 2010. Theme for the Challenge quilts was: Inspired by a Piece of Music.
First Time Entrant
Winner: Cherie Clapperton with Nobody's Child
Novice
1st: Sandie Butcher with September Morn
2nd: Debbie Jacques with Ode to Joy
This quilt also won Sponsor's Choice
Intermediate
Winner: Wendy O'Neill with Black and White