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.
This is a great spring applique quilt.
Don’t you just love the colors and the binding between the blocks?
Hexies are all the rage right now, so this quilt is very hip.
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.
A nice variety of blocks.
And different sizes as well.
This one looks like a baby block.
Wow! All the piecing and borders on this quilt, make it quite
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.
I would name this quilt “Truly Canadian.”
I love the owl in the middle of this quilt.
Celtic blocks anyone?
Not quite sure of the name of this quilt. The funky
flowers are alot of fun.
Close up of the applique quilt. Carl Schueller quilted this one.
A rag flannel quilt. I am sure that it is really warm.
I have never seen a rag flannel quilt like this before.
Modern quilt, anyone? Modern quilts are really beginning to
grow on me.
Another beautiful hand appliqued quilt. There are alot of hand
applique quilters in this area. Each one does beautiful work too.
Neat colors in this quilt.
The small blocks that are being echoed in this quilt is
I love fall colors and a neat idea to place the motif in the middle of
the star block.
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.
Don’t you just love the detail in this block? And the list of names is cute too.
More detail. The embroidery on the circle is cute too.
The candy cane border is very eye catching and effective.
Who can resist cats?
This is a Buggy Barn pattern. I love the whiskers on the cat. I think
that they are made from wool.
Another nice pieced wallhanging.
Don’t you just love the feathers around the block?
Another Canadian themed quilt.
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.
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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!