Monday, March 29, 2010

Quilt Show Part 1

Having missed Quilter's Anonymous show this year, I was so happy to hop in the car on Friday, pick up my friend Carol, stop at Starbuck's, and drive to the Tri City Quilters Guild annual quilt show! I love seeing all the quilts, gathering ideas, seeing new and old techniques, and must admit that (don't we all!) I really enjoy the vendors mall!

I took a lot of pictures, so I'll split the show into two or three posts. Enjoy!

This first quilt is all scrumptious!

There was a display to benefit Breast Cancer are just a on the pictures to enlarge - they are a hoot!


Someone is really into machine embroidery - isn't this an adorable baby quilt?
I loved these baskets - and the quilting - oh, my!!
This one below is 6 separate pieces.
Love the stars!

Check out the circles below....if you click on the picture, you can see it's just thread creating the circles - from a distance you would think they are sewn!
Minick and Simpson's pattern "Brrrrr Park" Below - wonderful quilting again!
Of course I love the pumpkins!
McKenna Ryan's patterns were featured - this one actually has little pieces hanging on the line!
Look at the quilting below - wow!
This gal was kind enough to pose with her great t-shirt! It says it all, doesn't it!!
The quilt below is made up of faces from the guild - such artistry went into it!!
Great scrap quilt!
More baskets....I seem to be drawn to them...does that mean I need to make a basket quilt?
I'll give you a day or two to savor these and be back with more!


Stephanie said...

Very inspirational. Creative minds/hands never cease to amaze me. Brrrr Park is stunning! Thank you for sharing.

Libby said...

Looks like a great show!

Carrie P. said...

Wow, that wool quilt in stunning. Thanks for sharing them all. Those are some of the best quilts in show. What a treat for all the visitors.

Linda said...

Such an array of quality work.

Cindy said...

Being a "pumpkin person" I'll go with the pumpkin quilt first. LOL

Isn't it just amazing at the talent that is out there? LOL - to think what one can do with even a BRA.

No --- not to worry ---LOL my bra stays in the drawer. LOL

ferne said...

Great show! I liked the star one a lot, oh and all the baskets. I do think you need to make a basket quilt. I just did the Schnibbles Picnic which I now need to quilt. It was a little challenging, but fun. Now I am looking at Fig Tree's Laundry Basket quilt. The quilting in your pictures is amazing. I need a lot more practice to even come close!

Anonymous said...

WOW!!! WOW!!! WOW!!! Those quilts were awesome! I too loved the basket ones but they were all wonderful! Yes indeed you need a basket quilt!

SewCalGal said...

I do love quilt shows. Thanks for sharing photos. This show looks like it was top notch!


Pam in Texas said...

Ooohh! Just beautiful. What a great show that must have been! Thanks for the inspiration!

Mary said...

Love the Origami quilt. looks like a high quality quilt show. Can't wait to see more.

Wendy said...

Wow that's a awesome show and I love the baskets. I started that pattern in 30's fabrics, not sure how many blocks I've done.

Jackie said...

I love a quilt show! There is a lot of inspiration in this post Candace! I really enjoy seeing the detail in the can really change or enhance the look of a quilt.

Any purchases?! :)

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

Candace, thank you for sharing, these ladies have a lot of talent. Love looking at pictures from quilt shows.
I think a basket quilt should be next on the list.

Mel said...

THANK you so much for sharing!

Love quilt shows!!

Anonymous said...

Oh Candace thanks for sharing! My fav has to be the stars. I love the applique details to the 9 patches in the quilt below too. So much inspiration.

Trisha said...

Beautiful quilts! I am always amazed and inspired by what quilters can come up with.

I have to admit I laughed out loud at one line in your post. "click on the picture to enlarge" about the bras.

ale balanzario said...

Great show, great quilts all of them, so Creative,
Thanks for sharing.