Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Quilts Galore!

Believe it or not, I didn't take a picture of every quilt in the show, but I did find many that I liked and hope you will, too.

I spotted this one as we walked through the door. Those reindeer were so cute!

Hearts and anything red and white always catch my eye.

Rainbow colors and autumn leaves~

Marine life and woodland creatures~

I loved the flowers and birds on this one and just had to take a close-up.

Aren't these houses interesting?

I think the centers of these blocks are done with a process called  "stack and whack," and the results always remind me of a kaleidoscope.  Guess what this quilt was called?

And then there were the cats~

The detail on this one is amazing, and if you double click on the photo, you'll agree.

This one has such peaceful colors while

                               the colors on this one are practically vibrating!

Yes, every one of these quilts is unique, and every one of them has something in common, the hours and hours of work in creating them. Next time I'll show you some quilts by a talented lady in our quilt group and some other ones that are truly unique in their construction. But, that's all for now as it's getting late.


Araignee said...

What an eyeful! Thanks for sharing.

Nancy said...

Oh my goodness, such lovely work! Thanks for posting these photos.

kathy b said...

Well, Santa is amazing. But the Cats are too!!
I admire quilters!! So much talent!

elns said...

Wow those are some beauties!

Nancy Kay said...

Oh wow...these are great looking quilts. Love the unique designs.

Rian said...

Great stuff! I especially liked the houses one, and the farm scene. So many talented people out there.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I went to my first quilt show last year... AMAZING the things folks are creative and persistent enough to make! Sending blessings and hugs ~ tanna

Anonymous said...

If I'd been at the show, I might have taken the same pictures, or not, but I do like these that you've shown. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Chihully is one of my favorite artists. We have one of his pieces here at the OMA.

That white glass tree is AMAZING!!!

Max sure is growing up quickly. Is Uncle Bob Dick's brother. I think they look alike.