Now that you’ve seen the quilt that charmed me, here are some that blew me away!
This was from the Animals We Love exhibit. And, yes, I may have chosen it because it was pieced, not much appliqué. The label from this quilt follows the picture of the quilt.
Next up is a machine quilted masterpiece by Margaret Solomon Gunn, whose blog I follow. I’m not sure how it didn’t win any awards but I know this quilt has won some awards at other shows.
Here is a closeup of some of the quilting:
Another closeup view. I quilt like this in my dreams!
Here’s the official information tag!
Next up are some award winners. First up, Best of Show Award – Saffron Splendor by Pat Holly. I didn’t take a separate picture of the info tag because I knew this was one of Pat Holly’s quilts as soon as I saw it. I’m in awe.
Next up is Best Hand Quilted Award – Tulip Serenade by Barbara Clem. Still in awe here!
Here’s the tag with a closeup of some of the gorgeous hand quilting!
Here’s another award winner: Best Longarm Machine Quilted Award – From the Bride’s Trousseau by Margaret Solomon Gunn.
This one won the Best Home Machine Quilted Award – Dazzling Dahlia by Andrea M. Brokenshire.
And here’s a closeup of some of the amazingness along with the tag.
And last of all for today, Best Original Design Award – Fern Rising by Claudia Pfeil. I’m sorry about how the colors turned out in this photo.
This next picture may give you a better idea of the actual colors. Sometimes the fluorescent lights make picture taking difficult!
I need to save some for a later date, so that is it for today. (This is my second post of today. Don’t get used to it!)