Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Even more - Part 2

This was tiny and AMAZING!!!

I love the outer border, particularly, of this quilt...

Hexies everywhere...even in the border...

I could not stop looking at this quilt...

The machine applique and quilting on this was really stunning...particularly the "lace" in the border...

This was a favorite of mine because the pinwheels are composed of music fabrics...


I love these kaleidoscope quilts...

Another one of my favorites..."Shutters" by Edyta Sitar...look at those skinny steps!

This was a charming hand appliqued quilt...

I collect Crabapple Hill embroidery patterns (and intend to do every single one in my lifetime...LOL!

Another unbelievable miniature...

I love the old log cabin look of this quilt...

This one was so's always so weird to me that they hang quilts on point...they did that with my "All Around the Town" a couple of years ago, and it just didn't look square (and I worked so hard to get that one square!)...

This quilt combined all kinds of fabrics...repro, batik, calico, romantic was really interesting...

A quilt after my own heart...makes me think of one of my favorite TV shows - "Ancient Aliens"...

What is it about watermelon that makes it such a fun subject for quilts?!?

This was the most interesting setting of a braid quilt that I've ever seen (but then, I'm an applique FREAK!

Are you tired of the show yet...there are more coming!

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)


  1. All I can say is WOW! Thanks so much for sharing these quilts and the labels. I think I will have to look through these again. Bring on more.

  2. Lovely quilts there. That applique quilt looks like one you'd do!!!

  3. WOW! WOW! WOW! Gazer of amazing imagination and talent!!!

  4. stunning quilts! I would have thought that if they hung a quilt at an angle it was up to the owner, but if you said you didn't know, that's odd...

  5. love the show! thanks for taking us along with you. I saw several quilts in this bunch that I too would like to make!

  6. How fun to see your pictures. Great quilts. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Heck no I'm not tired of looking at the fabulous quilts. I love them all. I especially love the little appliqued froggy!

  8. WOW! These are some fantabulous quilts!! I love the Edyta Sitar one and that beauty that was hand appliquéd

  9. :D My cousin living in Roswell would love the alien quilt! I am enchanted with the Pink Sue. Can you imagine the concentration for that perfect satin stitching on all those scalloped edges? And that border! wow. And the fuzzy-stitching detail on the little skier. . . Sues never captured me like this before, but that one sure did. :)

  10. I love a quilt show were every quilt I just want to take home! Loved them all, but really fascinated with the Pelican. The minis - oh, I could never master such detail so tiny. Just , all of it - yes, load it in my car, it's going home with me.

  11. Wow! Love the quilt show pics. Thank you so much for posting them. I love that quilt with the Crabapple embroidery!

  12. Gorgeous quilts - so many talented quilters doing so many diverse and complex designs. Thanks for sharing.

  13. great quilts - thanks for posting these! love all the traditional quilt and Sunbonnet Sue is great - lovely quilting.

  14. What a great quilt show1 Lots of talent there. Thanks for the pictures!

  15. "Sunset Reflections" is my favorite of this batch of photos. Quite an accomplishment to be able to make the quilt. I can understand why you spent so much time looking at at. I also love the log houses quilt. One I would be much more likely to make than the first.

  16. They're all awesome.....I can't pick a favorite! Thanks for sharing all this great inspiration!

  17. Thank you for sharing all the photos of these beautiful quilts. They are all my favorite!

  18. Could never tire of a show - enjoyed every quilt! Thanks for including the tags too.

  19. This is a wonderful display of quilts...I feel rather inspired :o)

  20. These are dazzling quilts. I love the every design of each. I wish I could have one. They all look amazing and astonishing. Thank you for sharing all of this. I think I'm so lucky.

  21. Very cool. Wish I had that kind of talent.

  22. What gorgeous quilts. It would be hard to choose a favorite, but I'm partial to the one with the hexagons.

  23. What a wonderful display of quilts. These is the quilt heaven. All of them are gorgeous and all winners.


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