Also, I am happy to announce that a limited edition Commemorative Poster is available, with images of ALL 82 entries is available for $5. They will be available at the exhibition and at Sew Many Quilts in Johnson City, until supplies last. Kirk and Lesli Van Zandbergen did the photography, graphic artist Carol Grassi did the layout (I helped a little) and the printing was done by United Health Services and Dataflow, Inc.
Show booklets (24 pages), with information on each entry are also available for $1. Now here are the winners:
Judged Categories & Winners List:
The entries in this project were judged by our esteemed panel of three to determine the winners for the following categories:
Most Innovative - #40 Karen Becker Milligan of Ithaca, NY - “Blue-footed Boobie”
Best Use of Embellishment #83 Patricia Ann Cummings of Endwell, NY - “Lady Bug, Lady Bug, Fly Away Home ...”
Best Use of Color - #14 Judy A. Zurenda of Binghamton, NY - "Lilacs for Mom”
Most Effective Breast Cancer Message - #22 Estie Mowry of Owego, NY - “Fight Like A Girl”
Most Humorous - #46 Deborah Naftel of Ithaca, NY - “Thing 1 and Thing 2”
#1 Barbara Sanford of Binghamton, NY - “Flower Power” (Sharon Stroud)
#33 Mitzi & Stephen Jones of Ithaca, NY - “Don’t Gamble with your Life” (Lorry Chwazik)
#104 Anne Ainslie of Ithaca, NY -“Time for Reflection” (Gina Chapman)
Viewers Choice - $1 Braziere Ballots – Highest Bid Winners
Viewers Choice (most $1 Braziere Ballots) and Highest Bid winners will be determined at the LIVE Auction on November 6, 2009 at 6pm, held at the Binghamton YWCA.
Don’t forget to vote and bid for your favorite entry!