But on with the Challenges. I blogged about my Challenge here and told about the requirements for the Challenge. We had 11 finished pieces entered into the show. They were all really great. I will start with the group picture. "Group picture" reminds me of grade school.
The lady that drew the King of Hearts made this one first. Elvis "the King of Rock and Roll".
The next card was the 2 of Diamonds. But she tried to trick us by throwing those clubs in there.
How about "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil". The monkey's have the eyes, ears and mouth "x ed" out. Of course it is the 3 of Hearts.
This is the 4 of Hearts. This lady had worked on the pineapple blocks that we paper pieced for our Opportunity Quilt. See it here. She enjoyed the paper piecing so much she decided to use it in her Challenge. Oh and by the way, she won the Opportunity Quilt. She had put her granddaughter's name on the ticket. Granddaughter is 3 years old. When asked, she said SHE was keeping it. But will be a fun story to tell her granddaughter when she is old enough.
And last, but certainly not least is the Ace of Diamonds.
Well, that does it for the "Challenges", each and everyone a winner in my book. I will blog about other quilts in the show soon. Till then, hope your journey involves a little quilting.