Thursday, June 6, 2013

Fun Afternoon of Quilt Judging

I spent this afternoon in Tallassee, AL, judging a quilt show. That's me in the middle - not sure what's going on with my hair - eeks! Jeanne, on the left, and Dianne Bentley, Alabama's First Lady on the right judged along with me.

Judging others' quilts is not easy AT ALL!!! I'd rather make a quilt any day than to judge someone else's. We each filled out a form on each quilt and someone will tally all our scores together. So I left not knowing which quilts won. Can't wait to hear the results!

I had big plans to hand quilt tonight, but that's not happening. A bit tired. I'm almost done reading an exciting book (Never Look Away by Linwood Barclay) so I'm going to bed early to finish it.


Marcia W. said...

Thanks for an interesting hop, and enjoy your upcoming weekend.

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Melinda said...

I don't think I would want to judge a show. Thank goodness we hire NQA certified judges. If you are around next weekend, the East Cobb Quilter's Guild show - Georgia Celebrates Quilts will be at the Civic Center in Marietta, GA. Not too far from you. Over 350 quilts!