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Friday, March 4, 2011

Quilt Gallery Contest

I couldn't resist entering the weekly contest over at the Quilting Gallery again this week.  The theme is People or Faces and I entered the wallhanging I made for Tom called "Some Things Change".

I've blogged about it before and you can read the story in this post.

It's still one of my favorite quilts.  If you like it too I'd appreciate your vote. Thanks so much.   My quilt is the next to last one.  If you don't see it you will need to go to "view" in your browser and change your text setting to medium and not large.

16 comments:

susi said...

dear mary,i voted for your quilt,happy stitching,susi

Roos said...

I had to look for a while and then.. I saw it.
And now I'm goiing to vote for you.
Roos

Sherry said...

You should be so very happy as of now your 2nd. Yea an there are some wonderful pieces there.

Cheryl said...

Great quilt, Mary. I will go vote.

Annette said...

You have my vote. I love the story about it too. Such a fun quilt.

Cheri said...

I voted for you...you're in 2nd place !!! I also blogged about you & linked back to you. Us Kansans got stick together.

Anonymous said...

I love your quilt. Made me smile!

Geta Grama said...

Such fun quilt, it makes me smile! I voted!

Anonymous said...

I quickly previewed the weekly quilts this a.m. before leaving for work. Yours was great. I plan on voting for it.

Carolyn
Farmington, MO

A Gal Who said...

Such a darling quilt! I am going right now to vote.

lillianscupboard said...

Love the quilt - I cast my vote.
Lillian

Crispy said...

I remember this quilt. It put a big ol' smile on my face again. I hope you beat out the Europeans this time :0)

Crispy

Barb said...

I will go over there....see how obedient I am??

Eleanor S said...

Pretty "neat"!!! I voted for it....
Also made the Lemon Bars this morning - very good. I ate 5 inches worth down one side just as a sample! Can you tell I have a sweet tooth? Will share about half the batch with my neighbor or else it will mostly end up on my hips. Thanks for recipe. Hubby happy with the use of the oatmeal.

Teaquilts said...

I voted; hope you win! That quilts make me laugh as I see it happening right in my own house!

Sunna Reyr said...

I went to vote, but was to late, again. And I'm so sorry as this is also one of my favorites. Teaches me to stay more tuned to my blog reading.