Our annual local Quilt Show happened several weekends ago now.
Here are some of the gorgeous quilts that were hanging in the Show.
There are alot of talented quilters and people in this area. I am
sure that you will agree after you have seen these pictures.
I am unsure of many of the people who made these quilts. And
be forewarned, there are alot of pictures in this post.
The additions on the corners add some more interest to the
These are some of the wallhangings in the Show. Yes, my camera
didn’t do a very good job here. I apologize but I am sure you get
the overall idea of the design.
Cute little birdies.
Mary made the lower wallhanging.
Quite the selection at the Show this year.
There were alot of modern quilts at the Show this year.
A very colorful modern quilt.
Very subdued colors in this quilt but still effective.
Joan made this quilt that I finished for her last year. It
received lots of comments.
I still love the bubbles, or pebbles, and the matchsticks; it adds
so much texture. And I love texture, although I don’t want to
quilt another one like this for a while.
I love the pinks in this quilt.
As I mentioned before, a nice selection this year.
I do like the blocks in this quilt.
This looks like Northcott’s Stonehenge fabrics to me.
How can you not like this one? Love the flowers and the colors.
Wow!! Look at all that piecing!
Love the modern fabrics in this one.
Doesn’t color affect the way you react to a quilt?
I love how the colored blocks go around the
This quilt is rather interesting. Not sure of the name or
I love Batik fabrics.
More piecing. And curved at that.
Again, I am unsure of the name but I can’t imagine
all that piecing.
Anther dark photo. I am sure you get the idea though.
I do like this color scheme together.
A very traditional quilt. I think it has 1/2 log cabins
strips in it.
This one intrigues me. What a great idea to use up some
of your blocks that are floating around.
Susan created this fun quilt from Lori Holt’s pattern
called “Cake Walk.” I keep telling Susan that she should
be designing because she uses a pattern but changes it
up to make it her own.
The border area was alot of fun, although it would have been
scary to watch me as I zoomed around each of the mice in the
An example of one of her cakes. Notice the trim that was used
as icing. I couldn’t help but to keep smiling and laughing as I
quilted this quilt.
I am unsure if the designs on this quilt was totally embroidered.
The lady who created this quilt used alof of bias strips.
She mentioned that it took her quite a few years to
complete but it is stunning.
These are works of art to me.
A close up of the blocks in the quilt.
Hope you enjoyed all the pictures. I have
a few more for next week. Have a great week.