Friday, September 5, 2014

A ribbon after all...



Wow!  Look what came in the mail yesterday!  "Baltimore Rhapsody-Symphony" won the Viewer's Choice award at the AQS Grand Rapids show a couple of weeks ago.  

I did not even know until blogger friend Jill of the Happy 2 Sew blog emailed me Sunday evening and told me she saw my quilt posted on the AQS site with the other award winners.  I wanted to wait until the ribbon arrived so that I would know that it was really real!

I feel so honored and touched...there were so many lovely quilts for the show goers to choose from for their vote.  Thanks to AQS and everyone that visited the Grand Rapids show!

In stitches,
Teresa   :o)

33 comments:

  1. Congratulations a well deserved ribbon. Hugs.

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  2. Yay! So happy for you. So nice to see how much other quilters love your wonderful quilt.

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  3. Congrats to you! I was so glad to read the other day that you've been doing some more applique ... the more I see those tiny Lori Smith blocks, the more I think I MUST do them!

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  4. Super congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Oh Teresa, I am not surprised. You would have had my vote if I had been able to attend. Good luck in Chattanooga!

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  6. dear teresa ,congratulations for your award winning quilt, you have really deserved it,susi

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  7. Congratulations! I would have voted for your quilt had I been there. It is so very creative and well done. Are you going to be doing any more designing?

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  8. Oh, deal girl, you deserved that ribbon!!!! Congratulations.

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  9. Congratulations. You go, girl. You deserve this and so much more.

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  10. you certainly deserve that ribbon and I'm sure every single person who voted for you really wanted you to win viewer's choice.

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  11. congratulations! Well deserved. Very creative quilt and the workmanship is outstanding!

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  12. Congratulations Teresa, that is such wonderful news!
    Hugs
    Tazzie
    :-)

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  13. Congratulations! Absolutely well deserved!

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  14. Congratulations. You really deserve it. Your quilts are all beautiful and you are so clever to design them yourself too.

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  15. I am so glad you got a ribbon--a well-deserved one for sure. Good for you!! hugs, Julierose

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  16. So happy to see that ribbon! It's an awesome quilt! Also, the other winners were liked by a couple,judges. Yours was liked by hundreds of quiltersM that's gotta feel terrific! Gina_quilts at yahoo

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  17. congrats I am so happy for you, well deserved!
    Kathie

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  18. The true quilt lovers have spoken!! Way to go----I would probably wear it out on my shirt for the next few trips!! Congrats.....

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  19. Congratulations!!! - what an honour - the real judges know a beautiful quilt when they see one :-)

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  20. Congratulations! That is the best kind of surprise. Your quilt is so unique and you shared so much while making it. It is TOP NOTCH.

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  21. Yeah and congratulations! There couldn't be a better honor, than having fellow quilt lovers pick your quilt!

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  22. Congrats! I'e been watching this quilt grow here and I would have voted for you.

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  23. Congrats!! You so deserved this! It is a gorgeous quilt and looked fabulous hanging at Grand Rapids.

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  24. Congratulations! It would have gotten my vote it I was there:)

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  25. WOOOO of the HOOOOOOO! Congratulations! You certainly deserve it. It's a GORGEOUS quilt! xoxo

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  26. how wonderful! congratulations~

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  27. Congratulations! It is so well deserved. I truly beieve it.

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  28. I'm not the least bit surprised you won Viewer's Choice! Congratulations!!!

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  29. I am so HAPPY to read this. I watched you put together that quilt and know that it is far more involved than arranging some flowers. I will follow to see if other venues will pickup on the uniqueness of this "Baltimore"

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