“Love of Wildlife,” by #424-424 of Cordova, Alaska was made in the “quilt-as-you-go” style. Or, the entrant’s interpretation of it.
fowl patch was batted, backed, quilted, and then joined to the rest. Sadly, she carried the concept a bit further and sub-divided the entire quilt into same-sized units.
Even sadder was the fact that she used bed sheets (with the hems and piping intact) as backing and never bothered to finish the exposed seams!
This quilt took the “The Most Peculiar Execution of a Quilting Technique Award” hands down. Truly a deserving quilt. The judges were delighted to have the opportunity to judge it, even though several became ill in the process.