Wednesday, October 3, 2018

2018 AQS Fall Paducah Quilt Show - Part 4


This is the last installment of the pictures I took at the AQS Fall Paducah Quilt Show mid-September.  It was all so magical and full of inspiration!  I enjoy taking the pictures to that I can appreciate the quilts later without thinking about crowds, etc.

I have a better knowledge of my phone battery now.  This is the first time I used my iPhone to take the pictures instead of my point and shoot camera.  Now I see I need to take 1-2 charging sticks with me!  I didn't take any pictures upstairs, etc.























































Back to reality...from all these beautiful finished quilts to my unfinished projects.  It is a good kick in the butt to go to a show!

In stitches,
Teresa   :o)

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  1. Thank you .... all the photos were wonderful to see. Many thanks for doing this for us!

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  3. Enjoyed these! Thanks for sharing the inspiration 😀

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  4. Yay! I quilted the last one. Great pictures!

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  5. Thanks you for taking the time to share all these photo's of such beautiful quilts - you did a good job with your iPhone :)

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  19. I missed some of your posts while we were traveling and dropped by this morning to look - I love that first quilt you show a Sue Garmen design I was going to make that quilt once and I think I have the pattern but not sure - oh well so many others to make I doubt I will ever get around to it!

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