Monday, May 15, 2017

The 41st Annual Sauder Village Quilt Show 2017, Part Five

I was so struck by this tiny miniature,,,the precision and the winding colors in the star.  So much beauty in a teeny tiny package.

On the last day of the show, they reveal the People's Choice for small and large quilts.  Pat Morrow's stunning wool village won the People's Choice for large quilts.  It is pictured in Part Two of these posts.

Well, these 5 posts of pictures cover probably one third of the quilts in this show.  I did my best, but could not get them all.  This is such a nice destination quilt show every year.  Next year, Edyta Sitar will be one of the teachers for the week!  Make your plans now...

In stitches,
Teresa  :o)


  1. lots of pretty quilts - thanks for sharing!!

  2. Wow, thank you for sharing all these photos - and taking the time to do it! I have really enjoyed and appreciated these posts :-)

  3. Thank you for the wonderful virtual quilt show. Lots of amazing pieces from some very talented quilters. Your effort is much appreciated.

  4. Gorgeous quilts. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Teresa, thank you for taking so much time to do this for us, year after year. I love to look at all your pictures, and zoom in to get close ups of the work. I don't have the talent to take a good picture (still learning my new camera). I just might have to venture over to Ohio next year for the show. It looks like so much fun. Thank you

  6. Just finished the fifth blog post of this show. You do a great job with the photographing of the quilts. I enjoyed it.... and shared some with Michele Hill the inspiration to several of those quilts.

  7. thank you for sharing the eye candy, we don't seem to get a lot of quilt exhibitions in subtropical Far North Queensland, Australia.

    I especially loved the zebra face one.


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