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All the live ballots, absentee ballots, oversea ballots, hanging chad ballots and all other ballots have been counted and we have a winner to the 2009 Challenge Quilt Contest!

Madi #4 Sweet Dreams!

Runnerup is Susan #9 “New York Mosaic

Thank you to all of you who voted in my quilting store and online and thank you to ALL of the entries!  They were all fantastic!

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Please reference this post about the Challenge Quilt Voting.

A number of people have contacted us regarding the poll not working.  I have put up a new poll so please vote again!   Although this is highly unusual we hope the Florida Supreme Court will uphold our decision.  Hanging chads will not be counted.


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(THIS POLL DOES NOT WORK, PLEASE GO TO THE NEW CHALLENGE QUILT VOTING BOOTH)

This is a combination of online and offline voting.  The winner gets all the glory, fame and money!

Here are the links to each challenge quilt, or you can just browse them down the page!

2009 Challenge Quilt #10 (The Old Stomping Ground)

2009 Challenge Quilt #9 (New York Mosaic)

2009 Challenge Quilt #8 (Convergence)

2009 Challenge Quilt #7 (All On Time)

2009 Challenge Quilt #6 (The Maze)

2009 Challenge Quilt #5 (A Wild Ride on the Subway)

2009 Challenge Quilt #4 (Sweet Dreams)

2009 Challenge Quilt #3 (People on the Moon)

2009 Challenge Quilt #2 (Our Day in Central Park)

2009 Challenge Quilt #1 (NY State of Mind)

You can also view these quilts at my quilting shop at 1131 McDonald Ave Brooklyn New York.

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“The Old Stomping Ground” by Linda

“I lived in lower Manhattan when I first came to NY.  I quilted the most travelled route I took in those days between the Lower East Side, where I lived, and the World Trade Center where I worked.  (Ii never took the bus).”

2009 Challenge Quilt The Old Stomping Grounds (NYC)

2009 Challenge Quilt The Old Stomping Grounds (NYC)

“New York Mosaic” by Susan
“The first thing that struck me when I moved to NY from the Midwest, almost 30 years ago, was the non-stop motion everywhere, the lack of patience and the need for everyone behind me to be somewhere else five minutes ago, if not esterday.  To me, NY is a true mosaic, not a melting pot, with each person a unique part of the whole.  This quilt is based on the subway tile station mosaic motifs, trying to incorporate motion, people, landmarks, traffic and some of the many things NY is know for: finance, communication, entertainment, food, etc.”
2009 Challenge Quilt New York Mosaic

2009 Challenge Quilt New York Mosaic

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“Convergence” By Joyce

“I was inspired by the convergence of the people, cars, trains that form New York City.”

2009 Challenge Quilt Convergence

2009 Challenge Quilt Convergence


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