|2016 Choo Choo Mystery Challenge exhibit.|
|2016 Challenge winners (from left) are Becky Trotter, third place; |
Kim Huston, first place; and Janice Wheeler, second place.
As seen in the photo above, assembling a trillion or more patchwork bits will yield a throw or bed size quilt. High praise goes to those who both pieced and quilted these larger size Challenge quilts! Here are the final results.
|Pam's no-left-overs Challenge quilt.|
|Detail of Pam's quilt. She quilted it with straight line quilting.|
|Vista's Challenge pieces.|
|Vista's pieces were reversible. She used both free-motion and |
straight line quilting to complement the patchwork.
Joanna departed from the original layout and opted for a medallion style quilt. This red and green color palette is perfect for the holidays.
|Joanna's Challenge quilt. Quilted by another.|
|Dawn's Challenge quilt. Quilted by another.|
|Kim's Challenge quilt took 1st Place. Quilted by another.|
|Janice's Challenge Quilt took 2nd Place. Quilted by another.|
|The back of Janice's Challenge quilt.|
|Becky's Challenge quilt took 3rd Place. Quilted by another.|
|Sissy's Challenge Quilt. She quilted it from the back.|
|Detail of Sissy's Challenge quilt with vintage lace in the patchwork.|
|Nancy's Challenge quilt.|
|The straight line quilting in Nancy's quilt does not detract from the lovely batiks.|
|Martha's Challenge quilt.|
|Detail of Martha's quilt.|
|Garie's Challenge quilt was hand quilted.|
|Detail of Garie's Challenge quilt.|
|Back of Garie's Challenge quilt.|
|Theresa's Challenge quilt.|
|Detail of Theresa's quilt showing ditch quilting and a piped binding.|
|Dawn's Challenge quilt.|
|Detail of Dawn's quilt.|