I took photos, but most didn't turn out very well. I apologize in advance to any who were attending if they see their quilt here! I promise to do better next time! The first two below are Sylvia's Bridal Sampler. Two friends began making them in July of last year. They are both stunning! I believe they have 90 blocks each and use many, many different techniques! And each person swapped a tiny bit of fabric to use in one block of each other's quilt - what a wonderful idea!
I definitely had a good time and will attend again!
I loved this Christmas tree quilt - the quilter placed the fabric so it looks as though the tree is lit by the moon! They tiny dots are crystals!
This quilt has what is called a "split binding"! The front and back of the binding are different fabrics with a seam down the center! I couldn't believe how nice it looked! If anyone can briefly explain how this is done I would love to know!
This is my friend Jan's quilt (sorry it's blurry, Jan). She made it for a raffle for their sportsman's association. I wish you could see the elk and other foresty prints!
This is a cute baby quilt!
Here is a quilt that was designed in process. It is a gift for a bride and groom. All the corners are mitered and the print design matches - truly stunning work!
I wish this photo had come out better - it is so pretty!
Here is an interesting way to use scraps!