Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Celebrate Good Stitches ::Voting::

**Voting is closed**

Ok, everybody, I need your help!  I asked each circle of do. Good Stitches to submit their favorite 2012 quilt for a Best of 2012 contest.  One circle will receive the honor of Best of 2012, when their quilt receives the most votes below.  Marmalade Fabrics has donated a sweet prize too!

This is a public vote, open to everyone everywhere.  To see a quilt better, just click on the image for the larger view.  They always look fabulous full-size! 

Now, this is going to be hard.  There are so many amazing quilts!  But, which one do YOU like best?

Voting closes midnight, December 13th.  Order is randomized.  Updated 12/14 with embedded pictures of each quilt for our viewing pleasure:

Japanese x & + Quilt by Love circle, quilted by Ara Jane of you know what i love

x&+ quilt front

Seeing Stars by Imagine circle, quilted by Amanda of My Sewcial Hour

January:: Do Good Stitches :: Seeing Stars

Sherbet Squares by Inspire circle, quilted by Holly of Bijou Lovely

sherbet squares.

Making Links by Cherish circle, quilted by Kristy of Handmade Retro

do Good Stitches Quilt

Patchwork Wheel by Joy circle, quilted by Fiona of Poppy Makes

do.Good Stitches - Joy circle

Flying Geese by Trust circle, quilted by Amber of Ambernoel!

Do good stitches, trust circle

Log Cabins by Harmony circle, quilted by Melissa of Child of the Wild Blue Yonder

Harmony do. Good Stitches

Word quilt by Peace circle, quilted by Paula Wessells

Word Quilt by Peace circle - Do. Good Stitches

Spiderwebs by Happiness circle, quilted by Chelsea of Pins and Bobbins

done! do.good.stitches happiness circle october 2012

Wonky Pinwheels by Believe circle, quilted by Jennifer of Knotted Thread

do. good October Quilt

Star Sampler by Heal circle, quilted by Melissa of Birdydanana

heal done prewash

Kaleidoscope by Wish circle, quilted by Erica Jackman

do. Good Stitches Wish Circle June

Sailboats by Bliss circle, quilted by Chris of Frecklemama

Finished Sailboat Quilt for do. Good Stitches Bliss Circle

Magic Numbers by Grace circle, quilted by Tammy {Karamat}

Magic Numbers do. Good Stitches

Doll quilts by Care circle, quilted by Kat of Flutter from Kat

16 quilts all finished & ready for the hospital

Prism Wave by Faith circle, quilted by Kelsey of Kelsey Creates

do. Good Stitches, FAITH, December

Square Pants by Empower circle, quilted by Heather of Junienone

do. Good Stitches Square Pants Quilt

Bento by Hope circle, quilted by Kat of BBC Textiles

Bento 4

X Marks the Spot by Cheer circle, quilted by Claire of Sewing Over Pins

X Marks the Spot Quilt: Front

Boy Quilt by Dream circle, quilted by Lindsey of LR Stitched

Dream Circle :: November Boy's Quilt

Zigzag by Promise circle, quilted by Shanna of Red Poppy Quilts

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34 comments:

  1. That's a tough choice. Well done everyone. They're all so beautiful.

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  2. there are so many beautiful quilts! do you have any idea how many have been donated in total rachel???

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    1. Haha, nope! I could count, but I haven't. Anyone could take a gander at all the photos we've collected of finished quilts over the years at this group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/dogoodstitchesfinished/

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  3. I can't help but be so impressed with how many circles have been generated from the beginning. Great job, Rachel! It starts with leadership and you've obviously done a great job. On another note, everyone has done such a great job at their part. The quilts are so stunning and creative. Some of the quilting is so impressive, wow! Hard choice for sure!

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  4. A very cool group of quilts. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. They are all beautiful however this one struck me from the first moment I saw it.

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  6. These are all so gorgeous - so hard to pick just one :-)

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  7. Come On Wonky Pinwheels!!!!It is so pretty!

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  8. So many beautiful quilts! I could easily have picked any one of half a dozen. Congratulations to everyone involved :)

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  9. wow - who could pick just one? they are all so lovely1

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  10. They are all beautiful!!It's really tough to pick just one!:)

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  11. Jennifer - your work is truly a work of love! So proud of you. Mr & Mrs B - good luck!!!!

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  12. That was so difficult to choose - all lovely and colorful.

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  13. very hard to choose. Such wonderful quilts.

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  14. These are all stunning quilts, which makes the voting so tough! I think they're each all the more beautiful, rich, and layered by the many hands that have worked on them. The small quirks in each individual block and subtle shifts in color/ print give each quilt a life of their own. It's a very difficult quality to reproduce without having the benefit of a circle of talented quilters! Well done!

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  15. All deserve a prize , well done everyone .

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  16. That was a hard vote! They're all beautiful!

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  17. So pretty and inspiring... my "to do" list just got longer...

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  18. Well done everyone, They are all winners!

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  19. Great Variety. Congratulations to all the quilters!

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  20. Beautiful! Quilters are such artists!

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  21. Simply beautiful quilts! You all should be so pleased with the results...they are simply stunning. So hard to choose.

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