Monday, March 21, 2011

Quilt Show Quilts...Just a few

If you are looking for my giveaway post, you can find it here.

In my last post, I mentioned that I attended the Thimble & Thread Quilt Show this past weekend.  I didn't take pictures of all the quilts, and my camera didn't cooperate fully either...don't you hate that. 

Here's just a tiny selection of what I saw... 

Disclaimer:  Please excuse the strange cropping of some of these, as there were several instances when no matter how many times I went back to see the quilt, there were just too many people crowded around to get a clear shot.  Also, please note that I've tried to include the quilt creator's name.  If there is an error, or in the case of the one unknown below, please let me know.  Also, if you are the creator and would like your quilt and or name removed from my blog, please let me know.

Of course, us Modern Quilters know this pattern as New Wave by Elizabeth Hartman.
This particular quilt was created by Nancy (sorry I don't have your last name), who I met on Flickr last year.  You can find her Flickr photostream here

Refract by Anna Youngyeun -2008
This is actually screenprinted fabric, not individual pieces.  Cool, eh?

Circle Study by Rebekah Harmon -2009
This too is handprinted fabric which was later quilted.

Circenses by Janna Langholz -2008
I believe this too was printed and later quilted; but don't quote me on that.

Silk Feathers by Dolores Keaton -2009

Barn-Raising Stripes by Jerri Stroud  -2009

When Two Hearts Collide by Miriam Coffey -2008 2011

Unfortunately the picture I took of the label documenting who this belonged to was unreadable.
If you know the title of this work and who created this, please let me know so I can give proper credit.

Pink Enough by Grace Baker Walk Springer  -1950 1960
Although this is an oldie, I really like it.

Streak of Lightning by Lynn Isenberg  -2001
I have a soft spot for log cabins, always have, always will.

---Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed the show.---

1 comment:

  1. Great quilts... sorry I missed this one...but looking forward to Paducah..


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