Sunday, October 7, 2012

Highlights From 2012 Quilt Show

Another quilt show has come and gone.  I am always amazed at the talent that is in our quilt guild.  These ladies sure know how to make a beautiful show come together.

We had numerous demonstrations during the show but due to me being in the silent auction I was only able to capture a couple of pictures, but here goes...
First below is Debbie Clarke teaching her One Seam Flying Geese technique
Next I was able to capture our wonderful Jean Bryant teaching her Reversible Quilts technique.

Below are a few pictures, by no means all of the show, of the beautiful quilts that were on display.

Mom's Orca Bay Mystery quilt.
 My braid quilt.
 My Kaleidoscope quilt.

 Debbie's watercolor braid.
 Suzanne's granny's square quilt.
 Yvonne's canning shelf quilt.
 Regina's beautiful quilt.
 This gorgeous Texas quilt Suzanne made is definately a show stopper.
 One of Debbie Clarke's beautiful watercolor quilts.
 Suzanne's miniature cathedral windows.
 Another beautiful miniature quilt.
 Just love Suzanne's machine cover she made....and she won a 1st place ribbon for it.
 My patriotic table runner in memory of dad.
 One of the quilts in the Pal Sloan class projects.
 Best Of Show....

 Suzanne's Seven Sister's quilt which she carefully finished hand piecing and hand quilting won Best of Show, 1st Place in the category and Seniors Choice award.
 Another one of the Pat Sloan class projects.
Regina's hens wool piece was beautiful.
 Susan's beautiful triangle quilt that she pieced during the olympics.
 Regina's native theme quilt.
There were so many beautiful quilts that I was not able to get photos of all of them, this is definately just a small bit of the beautiful quilts that were there.

Happy Quilting,

1 comment:

Mary said...

Wow, what a lot of talent. thanks for the mini show, loved seeing them.