15 June 2007

Quilt Show - Miscellany

Today, I thought I'd show some miscellaneous quilts from the show. You can view larger sizes by clicking on the photo.
The piecing and appliqué on this village quilt was superb. It just made me smile.

This feathered star is breathtaking in the 1880s reproduction fabrics, don't you think?

This bowtie quilt make a nice graphic statement and was almost a charm quilt as each bowtie was different.

One of my favorite patterns: a 9-patch and snowball combination. I think I've made 2 or 3 of these. I like the way the quilt maker used the same fabric in the border as in some of the snowball blocks.


  1. Paula, Thanks for the posts about the quilt show you attended. I enjoyed it very much!

    Vivian Love, California

  2. Oh why don't I have time to make all the wonderful quilts that I see? That feathered star is just wonderful.

  3. The village quilt made my entire day wonderful! And it wasn't even a difficult pattern - so friendly like -- as soon as it started opening, it brought a smile to my face. Thank you for all the photos.

    Next, these photos opened up wonderfully large, yet on the blog they appear to be small, until clicked. What settings did you use when you posted them?

  4. I love these - I can't pick a favorite... There's something special about each one of them.

  5. Thank you for the eye candy. I really like the village quilt.

  6. Gee, I wish we had quilt shows like that! Thank you so much for sharing!

  7. thanks for sharing the pics....enjoy your sewing...

  8. Thanks for all the pics.
    I like very much to look all these quilts.
    ciao ciao