Sunday, May 8, 2011

Sauder Village 2011 Quilt Show - Part 5












































I love Edyta Sitar's patterns...here is a beautiful example.






This is "A Touch of Spring" which won a blue ribbon in the Wall Quilts: Open Class-Hand or Machine Quilted" category.  The color is provided by colored batting stuffed work.  Fascinating...


 This is another Edyta Sitar pattern.

This quilt is the result of a long trip.


It was truly a fabulous show...thanks to Sauder Village of Archbold, Ohio for providing the opportunity to so many quilters for display and sharing.

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)

10 comments:

  1. What a feast of beautiful quilts - every single one of them. thanks for sharing Teresa. Really enjoyed that!

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  2. Teresa, I loved them all. What a beautiful show and such gorgeous work by everyone. Thank you for taking the time to share them all.

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  3. Teresa ~ thanks for sharing the quilt show with us ~ I enjoyed every post

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  4. beautiful,beautiful quilts and so many are hand quilted - a dying art now days. Thanks for the quilt show this morning.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  5. This was such a fabulous show they need to print a catalogue of it! The range of styles and techniques was just phe-no-men-al! This show really speaks to all that quilting encompasses today.

    It was such fun "attending" the show through your blog. Thank you again (and again and again) for sharing it with us!

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  6. Another fantastic day at the quilt show! Thank you for sharing this with all of us. Happy Mother's Day

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  7. And thank you Teresa for sharing all the pictures!! That whole cloth quilt was beautiful and my little grand daughter LOVED the chicken ala King block LOL

    Crispy

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  8. I love all, they`re absolutely awesome.Thanks for sharing pictures

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  9. Wow Wow Wow
    what a wonderful quilt show. all the quilters should be very proud of this display of work!

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  10. Great quilt show! I will have to remember to take the shots of the quilters paper to give credit! I wish I had as steady a hand as you. My pictures all come out a bit blurry as I can't hold steady any more. Although I once was a good photographer, my eyes aren't focused enough to always choose the best focus either.

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