Workmanship is the final criteria or element that Judges look for when judging quilts. The first two elements, General Appearance and Design Elements are dealt with in previous articles. See below for details.
So, what is workmanship? This is where the judges will really pour over the quilt and look at the quality of every aspect of the making of the quilt. From precise cutting to the final binding and every step taken during the quilt making process is under scrutiny by the judges. It is usually this category of judging that finally makes the decision of either a contender for an award, or a runner up.
I will endeavour to outline as many elements of workmanship as I can to help you when creating your quilt for judging.
If you can follow the above advice, your quilt will be ready for judging and will be given its best chance of a successful entry.