This past weekend, there was a Quilt Show in Midhurst, Ontario. Usually I have a booth
there and this year was no exception.
The lighting is bad so I do apologize for that.
There were alot of applique quilts this year but I will make you wait until next week
to see those. There are too many photos to show you all of them right now.
The Art Quilts were pretty amazing too!
This cute little guy was made by Linda.
And this little guy is so sweet. I think the owner took a class with David Taylor. This
is the outcome of all that work.
Isn’t it amazing what a person can capture in fabric?
This wallhanging is pretty cool. I can’t remember the designer but
there is alot of hand embroidery in it. Seems that hand embroidery is becoming
popular in the quilting world too.
I am guessing that Mckena Ryan is the designer of this pattern. It suits the
style of the piece.
I love this piece-“Peggy’s Cove.” It reminds me of home-especially since I did grow up in Nfld.
This quilt was made using the pattern and technique used by Grace Errea. I saw her on the
Quilt Show and want to try out her technique for making an Art Quilt.
Are these poppies? I should have read the little note with the quilt but
being in a rush makes you miss out on some details sometimes.
This one has an interesting name indeed.
What is living by a Great Lake without seagulls to annoy you?
This is my favorite wall hanging/Art Quilt out of the whole show. I love the
fun that the creator threw in with all the 3D embellishments on the bottom of
the piece. There is even a fishing lure and a seashell included in the piece.
And last, but not least, here is a photo of my quilt that was chosen to be auctioned
off by SACA. Made me feel pretty honored that they purchased a quilt that I made.
It even hung nicely-pretty flat and not many ripples at all.
That’s all for now but I promise more photos next week.
Have a great week.