I seem to gravitate to the quilts that include some embroidery, however, I didn't find a single Crazy Quilt. This is one of Lynette Anderson's designs which I love.
Besides embroidery and cute buttons, the squirrel, bunny, owl, and fox were appliqued, in wool, I think.
Aren't the flowers fun?
This interesting quilt was mostly Bible verses.
All that printing must have taken a lot of time and patience to embroider!
I really liked the alphabet on this part.
Our quilt group had two quilts displayed that we all worked on. (My block is the the dog with the pink collar.) We plan to donate this quilt to the Humane Society auction. The pattern is called
"Gone to the Dogs," but I don't remember the designer.
This quilt was my idea from a pack of blocks I purchased in Minnesota. We all had fun choosing the fabrics.
My block was this one. This quilt will be given to someone at the local Ronald MacDonald house.
Linda from our group had several quilts on display. This lovely one was made for her friend using the friend's mother's antique hankies. If you double click on it, you might be able to see her pretty embroidery. Each basket is different, too.
Linda is very good at applique and piecing also as you can see on this quilt! Isn't it cute?
Isn't this an amazing example of applique? I don't know who did this one. Next time I'll follow Deborah's idea and also photograph the information.
The 3-dimensional flowers were so pretty!
I love anything red and white!
Never before had I seen Dresden Plates combined with something else like these stars.
This small quilt has interesting colors and some fun embroidery.
|A great fall quilt, don't you think?|