Sunday, 2 August 2009

Results!

This was actually much easier than I expected as you all are sensible enough to have different taste in quilts! As I said before, I won't go into detailed statistics, as that doesn't seem fair and anyway, it's too tedious, but I was able to give everyone at least one choice (several people made more than one quilt) which was high up in their list. I think the lowest was 5th or 6th for those only receiving one quilt back from this swap and for those receiving more than one, at least one was in the top 4 or 5 (that said, not everyone ranked their list - a few sent them to me in numerical order).

I have checked and double checked this list - both against my spreadsheets and against the emails you sent me and I am fairly sure I didn't make any mistakes, or assign two quilts to anyone (except those who made two) or leave anyone off (including myself, as I didn't really have a written list) so I do hope you are all happy. I will be sending you, shortly, information about mailing addresses - perhaps not tonight for everyone, as I'm not sure I have everyone's details to hand and a few people may be away.

So, here we go.

Quilt no 1 (Falling Leaves), made by Wil in the Netherlands, will be going to Emma in Australia.
Quilt no 2 (Three Flowers in a Vase), also made by Wil, will be going to Rho in America .
Quilt no 3 (Untitled - orange leaf on blue background), made by Margeeth in the Netherlands, will be going to Ramona in America.
Quilt no 4 (Untitled - fractured technique in yellows and blues), made by Ramona, will be going to Rae in Australia.
Quilt no 5 (Untitled - 3D Hydrangeas), made by Sherry in Canada, will be going to Patsy (also in Canada).
Quilt no 6 (Sturt's Desert Pea - Stained Glass) , made by Margaret J in Australia, will be going to Lisa S in America.
Quilt no 7 (Orca), made by Margaret S-G in the US, will be going to Deana (also in the US).
Quilt no 8 (Untitled - Kantha style with organza scraps), made by Penny in Australia, will be going to Pippa in England.
Quilt no 9 (Monoprint with squares), made by Kate in England, will be going to Sharon in Canada.
Quilt no 10 (Cloudhill), made by Lisa R in Australia, will be going to Kate in England.
Quilt no 11 (Meander), made by Julie in England, will be going to Ildi in Hungary.
Quilt no 12 (What lies beneath), made by Pippa in England, will be going to Penny in Australia.
Quilt no 13 (Cupcakes and carrots), also made by Pippa, will be going to Lisa R in Australia.
Quilt no 14 (Reminder of Spring), made by Rae in Australia, will be going to Marta in Hungary.
Quilt no 15 (Ice Cream), made by Marta in Hungary, will be going to Marloes in the Netherlands.
Quilt no 16 (Lacy Fan), made by Ildi in Hungary, will be going to Margaret J in Australia.
Quilt no 17 (Untitled - newsprint people), made by Marloes in the Netherlands, will be going to Julie in England.
Quilt no 18 (Untitled - paper pieced batiks), made by Lisa S in the US, will be going to Jovi in Lithuania.
Quilt no 19 (Italy through window shades), made by Deana in the US, will be going to Margaret S-G (also in America).
Quilt no 20 (Inch by Inch), made by Emma in Australia, will be going to Wil in the Netherlands.
Quilt no 21 (Untitled - with crazy piecing, beading, embroidery, etc), made by Sharon in Canada, will be going to Kathy in America.
Quilt no 22 (Quilt for Van Gogh), made by Patsy in Canada, will be going to Wil in the Netherlands.
Quilt no 23 (Chestnut), made by Jovita in Lithuania, will be going to Lynda in the UK.
Quilt no 24 (Untitled - Crow silhouette), made by Lynda, will be going to Pippa (also in the UK).
Quilt no 25 (Autumn Woods - pair), made by Kathy in the US, will be going to Sherry in Canada.
Quilt no 26 (The Disappearance of Water on our Land), made by Vero in Chile, will be going to Margeeth in the Netherlands.
Quilt no 27 (A Sunny Pre-Hurricane Day in Houston), made by Rho in the US, will be going to Vero in Chile.

Thanks once again to all those who took part - and yes, it does seem likely we will do this again - this format seems to have eliminated some of the problems of past swaps, and given that it was NOT a huge nightmare to pair up quilts in the end, I'm inclined to try again - perhaps opening it up to all manner of quilts as I know I'm not the only one who likes both arty and traditional!

2 comments:

Julie said...

Congratulations on sorting it all out Kate and I am delighted with the quilt coming to me. I will definitley be up for doing this again.

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