Here are the remaining pictures from the local Quilt Show from
several weeks ago.
As you can see, the lighting wasn’t the greatest for taking photos.
Nice colors in this one.
I love the wonky squares.
I can’t imagine the time it took to merely
piece this baby.
I have never seen this pattern or design before.
Quite intricate and interesting though.
Helen made this beauty. All the embroidered blocks are hand
done. She found this panel and decided to complete it.
When Helen brought me this quilt, I thought that the
embroidery had been done by machine; she is that
Mary made this quilt to celebrate the year
that she had been married. She included some
things that had been happening during that time.
Quite ingenious if you ask me.
I like the pattern on this quilt top.
Again, beautiful piecing and the colors
I like the blue and red in this one.
Phyllis made this wallhanging. She did a great job. It seems
that no matter what she creates, it is very accurate and
beautiful. She is a very talented quilter.
Look at all those small pieces.
And it is hand quilted as well.
Shirley made this cute wallhanging. She always has
the most unique quilts.
I love the beautiful colors and the leaves.
Glenda creates the most interesting pieces. This
one is no exception.
I think this is called ‘Chinese Coins.”
A very nice wallhanging.
Lynn’s quilt was chosen for the Raffle Draw. The lucky lady
who won it, is sending it to a charity in Nova Scotia. What
a generous and kind lady.
Phyllis is not only a talented quilter but also an embroiderer,
knitter, crocheter, and in the near future, spinner. It seems
that whatever she touches, turns to gold.
Here is an embroidery that she created.
I love all forms of stitching, not just quilting.
Phyllis created this miniature book. I think that she said
it took her 4-6 months to create. There are so many
small stitches, of all sorts in this book.
This is the front of the miniature book; it is quite cute.
Sun Bonnet Sue; she is strolling through the seasons.
Can you see the sheep in this quilt? You have
got to check out what they are wearing.
Lots of flowers and funky women.
Again, the colors are inviting.
My husband is Irish so this reminds me of him.
A stripy landscape wallhanging.
A hexagon wallhanging; reminds me of flowers.
Quite an inventive way to create flying birds.
Hope you enjoyed the show. I hope I made sense as
my brain is on sleep mode right now. Have a