IPM Quilt Show-Part 2

 

 

 

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As promised, here are some more pictures of the IPM Quilt Show from

several weeks ago.  There are alot of pictures so sit back, relax and enjoy the show.

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This is a great spring applique quilt.

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Don’t you just love the colors and the binding between the blocks?

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Hexies are all the rage right now, so this quilt is very hip.

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There was an auction too for quilt blocks painted on wood.  These

can be used on the outside of barns, large buildings or wherever you

want to mount them.

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A nice variety of blocks.

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And different sizes as well.

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This one looks like a baby block.

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Wow!  All the piecing and borders on this quilt, make it quite

phenomenal.

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Can you believe that all the colorful strips on this quilt are made up

of the salvages  from the edges of fabric?  What a great recycling idea.

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I would name this quilt “Truly Canadian.”

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I love the owl in the middle of this quilt.

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Celtic blocks anyone?

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Not quite sure of the name of this quilt.  The funky

flowers are alot of fun.

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Close up of the applique quilt.  Carl Schueller quilted this one.

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A rag flannel quilt.  I am sure that it is really warm.

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I have never seen a rag flannel quilt like this before.

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Modern quilt, anyone? Modern quilts are really beginning to

grow on me.

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Another beautiful hand appliqued quilt. There are alot of hand

applique quilters in this area.  Each one does beautiful work too.

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Neat colors in this quilt.

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The small blocks that are being echoed in this quilt is

interesting.

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I love fall colors and a neat idea to place the motif in the middle of

the star block.

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I love this Christmas wallhanging.  Next time, I will have to take pictures

of the label so that I will know who the designer of the quilt is.

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Don’t you just love the detail in this block? And the list of names is cute too.

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More detail.  The embroidery on the circle is cute too.

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The candy cane border is very eye catching and effective.

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Who can resist cats?

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This is a Buggy Barn pattern.  I love the whiskers on the cat.  I think

that they are made from wool.

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Another nice pieced wallhanging.

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More applique.

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Don’t you just love the feathers around the block?

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Another Canadian themed quilt.

 

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This is another one of the 5 IPM Quilts that are being raffled off. Rose Bell quilted this

one.  She is a great longarmer in the area here.

Hope you liked all the pictures.  There are more to come.

I am linking up to Needle and Thread Network,  Freshly PIeced and Amy’s Quilt

Blogger’s Festival. You can see lots of quilts and vote on your favorite as well.

Have a great week and I will see you next week.

One thought on “IPM Quilt Show-Part 2

  1. LoretteC says:

    Hi Ruth, that quilt with the candy cane border is called Peppermint Place and was designed by Arlene Stamper and Melissa Harris. The pattern is sold as a BOM through The Quilt Company of San Diego CA. I have to get back to mine… it’s time I work on my borders… thanks for the lovely quilt show photos. Love the painted blocks!

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