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Monday, December 15, 2014

Small Quilts but Terrific! (More from last month's show)

Life has been a little crazy these past few weeks, and it's taken until now to finally post the rest of the quilt show photos.  The smaller quilts were hung upstairs at the show, and I think they were the best!

This one fits the season, doesn't it?  It was part of a group challenge to make a quilt with penguins.  Wouldn't Elvis love it?

Guess which month is featured in this one?

Another group challenge included this 3 dimensional piece, a technique I'd never seen before.

Here is the same piece from another angle.

Here's another one from the same challenge, inspired by Mount Rainier, I think.

This one has lots of fun details as does the one below.


It's so interesting to see the different interpretations of the same theme, especially this one which included some really fascinating 3-D!

As did this one.

All things Swiss were highlighted in this one.

I thought the applique on this one was very pretty.

And these two featured really interesting stitching.

The show included a number of quilts by young quilters, and this one received a ribbon. That about wraps up my quilt photos except for the ones by a friend in my quilt group, and I'm saving those for one last post.  Hope you enjoyed these as much as I did. 


Mereknits said...

They are all so amazing.

Araignee said...

Incredible! What a brilliant display of creativity and craftsmanship.

Lynn said...

A quilt show! I love when people share quilt shows, my favorite is the one with the bike and the swing, just lovely!
Beautiful music I have it on in the background while I do some online shopping, it makes me feel very holiday-ish. I must be wonderful to be part of such a talented choir.

Nancy said...

I think small quilts are more difficult to make than large ones. Thanks for sharing these creations.

Teresa in Music City said...

Love the Elvis penguin! That's a very talented group of quilters. Thanks so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

What a large variety there is in those quilts! Or did you just photograph the ones that were unusual? =) Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh ....the Elvis one made me laugh out loud!!!!

The miniature by Kathleen Olson (1008) is gorgeous.

Rian said...

Oh goodness, how clever and cute they all are. But, like Dee, I laughed out loud at the Elvis one!

Unknown said...

It is wonderfully amazing to see these creative pieces. WOW.

karen said...

my mother loved to quilt and seeing all of those quilts on display reminds me of her! So lovely and intricate.

Pamela Kellogg said...

Judy, these quilts are gorgeous! And the music is gorgeous too! When I finish up on the computer, I'll put it on and listen to the rest of it.

elns said...

Wow such a variety of quilts and techniques!

I won't lie I'm fond of the turkey one.