“Elegance” won Judges Best of Show. Rose Bell, of Elite Quilting,
was the longarmer who quilted it. She did a fantastic job.
This close up shows Rose’s talent and ability. What a
great job she did.
Patti Carey, of Northcott, is the designer of this pattern. I am unsure of
the piecer but it was a nice addition to the Show.
This quilt reminds me of Sue GArman-all the intricate
piecingin the blocks and the borders.
You have to love all the colors in this quilt.
Speaking of colors, what do you think about the colors in this one?
A close up of the previous quilt. I really love the border in this quilt.
Anyone recognize this quilt? Yes, it is my Lily. And no, it did not
win any prizes or awards. Yes, I was disappointed but I will try to
learn something positive from this whole experience.
What a fun quilt! This one won 2nd in the small category for
wallhangings, I do believe. This is an original design by the piecer too.
What fun and imagination by the designer.
All the pieces in the Orange Peels were hand appliqued onto the
quilt top. And it is even hand quilted too! It won 3rd place in the
small wallhanging category.
Hexies are popular right now so this one fits in beautifully. Wow!
Someone has alot of patience.
This is Kerry Burke’s Baltimore Album quilt-it won 1st in the small
wallhanging category. All hand appliqued and machine quilted by
Rose Bell once again. I wanted to get the whole quilt but someone
was talking in front of it and I didn’t want to tell them to move.
Here are some of the smaller wallhangings in the Show.
This one is very impressionistic, I think.
Love the green fabric and the ladybugs too.
The leaves really do look 3D when you are close to the quilt.
Looking very Canadian, eh?
The Cabin wallhanging won 1st in the Wallhanging category. The
designer pieced the quilt from one of her photos.
The bottom wallhanging won 2nd in the small wallhanging category.
Very abstract and modern indeed.
Hope you liked the eye candy so far. Next week, I will show you the remainder
fo the quilts. I thought that 60 pictures of quilts might be a bit much.
Linking up with Freshly Pieced and the Canadian Needle and Thread Network.