1st Place with 206 points:

From happytail: "Pattern is Eldon by Laundry Basket Quilts. Made from my scraps, and it was the first quilt I made after we moved to Georgia from New Orleans, Louisiana. The background is dark blue, and the blocks are stars surrounded by log cabin blocks. Size is 84 X 84 inches. "

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2nd Place with 153 points:

From happytail: ""Covington Medallions" is made from a pattern by Quakertown Quilts, is created from all batik fabrics, and is 85 X 85 inches square. Colors include muted blues, soft foam greens, and reddish browns. "

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3rd Place with 88 points:

From brendak654: "The quilter of this LONE STAR QUILT pieced it and quilted it last year when she was 95 years of age. She is still quilting ~~~ "

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Runner Up with 86 points:

From rockette: "In honor of Alice. In 1981 (embroidered her name and date on the reverse) she stitched three quilts, each a different pattern. The quilting is also hand-stitched."

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Runner Up with 75 points:

From Cville_Gardener: "A quilted sampler made by my great-grandmother in 1906."

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Runner Up with 75 points:

From haighr: "Mame Beardsley's “Crazy Quilt” - My grandmother made this quilt in 1897. It’s entirely hand-stitched. Found it in the attic of my uncle's house in Trumansburg, NY and now is framed and proudly displayed. A treasure to last for many more generations. She used momentos of fabric from the Grand Lodge of Ithaca & more."

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Runner Up with 54 points:

From haighr: ""Intricate Patterns" and busy hands - This is a section of the handmade quilt my Grandmother Beardsley made in 1897. An heirloom that will always be cherished."

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Runner Up with 46 points:

From Nanny23: "Dutch Baby doll quilt."

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