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TOPIC: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day

Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 03 Jun 2013 07:16 #104560

Oh yea, I was calling it stars because each block had either a big star behind the boquet or little stars in there somewhere. I guess I've lost track which BOM it was!
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 02 Jun 2013 16:04 #104531

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Oh... Do you mean your BOUQUETS FOR A NEW DAY??? I was looking for stars! :D

It looks great! Congratulations on your ribbon!


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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 02 Jun 2013 14:39 #104528

I wondered if that would confuse people. It's under my show and tell section. Black background, bright colors. It's funny looking back at what I posted when I completed the top, I didn't end up quilting it at all like I thought I would. All by machine, free motion and used lots of colors. Thanks for the kind words. It's so gratifying to enter a show and get recognized. Nancy
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 01 Jun 2013 19:34 #104471

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Congrats on your win.
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 01 Jun 2013 19:14 #104469

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Nancy Ann, I can't find your Stars For a New Day quilt on your profile! Can you post a photo of it here?

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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 01 Jun 2013 18:13 #104465

I entered my quilt, done in a different color scheme, in my guild show in May. It won the appliqué category. I had put off finishing the quilting for so long and am glad I finally finished it! Check out my profile to see it. The pattern is stunning no matter what colors are used.
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 12 Jan 2013 16:19 #95176

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This thread was started in April and I'm not sure that Sally still checks the forum.


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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 12 Jan 2013 15:51 #95174

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Congratulations, Sally! I hope you will post a picture of your interpretation of Stars for a New Day. Well done! :D

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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 12 Jan 2013 15:25 #95173

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Congratulations! I have seen this quilt in two local shows here in Ontario, and it has won Best of Show at both of them. It would be really interesting to know how many it has won all together! Maybe TQS can pull the data out of the Quilt Gallery postings?
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 12 Apr 2011 08:51 #62127

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That's great! Congratulations.
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 11 Apr 2011 18:08 #62099

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Cooksnquilts wrote:
I'm wondering if anyone is still reading this thread. Wanted to share that my Stars for a New Day, completed Feb. 2010, was entered in the
Contra Costa Quilt Guild show in Concord, CA last weekend. It won Second Place in the Traditional category. Yea! It got me wondering if anyone has kept track of how many awards this quilt has won. Seems to me I've seen seen several others say they have won but I can't guess how many. Anyone keeping track? I'm working with all my scraps now to do a block of the month that I first made about 12 years ago. It turns out it was also designed by Sue Garman in 1997 and called The Angel Quilt. I call it Angels Watching Over Us. I gave my daughter the original but will hang this one over my bed with my Stars for a New Day Quilt. Hopefully you'll see pictures one of these days. Sally

Congratulations on your ribbon at the quilt show. I look forward to seeing pictures of your quilt. It sure is a beautiful pattern.
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Re: Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 11 Apr 2011 18:08 #62098

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Congratulations Sally! I don't think that anyone is keeping track, but I do know that Sue's design has been an award winner for lots of TQS quilters!


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Another ribbon for Stars for a New Day 11 Apr 2011 17:47 #62097

I'm wondering if anyone is still reading this thread. Wanted to share that my Stars for a New Day, completed Feb. 2010, was entered in the
Contra Costa Quilt Guild show in Concord, CA last weekend. It won Second Place in the Traditional category. Yea! It got me wondering if anyone has kept track of how many awards this quilt has won. Seems to me I've seen seen several others say they have won but I can't guess how many. Anyone keeping track? I'm working with all my scraps now to do a block of the month that I first made about 12 years ago. It turns out it was also designed by Sue Garman in 1997 and called The Angel Quilt. I call it Angels Watching Over Us. I gave my daughter the original but will hang this one over my bed with my Stars for a New Day Quilt. Hopefully you'll see pictures one of these days. Sally
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