Here's the final installment of what was a great quilt show.
Batiks in red and pink.
I love the colours in this.
Simple but effective and in batiks.
There's pinwheels in between the blocks that I just noticed.
Drunkard's path with some wonderful appliqued flowers.
Another delicate looking quilt with nine patches and snowball blocks.
A striking black and white sampler.
You don't see too many medallion quilts being made these days.
A bright scrappy quilt.
Judy said she had seen this one before. There are one hundred little squares there. I think the label said that it was made to take to the cottage for the children. What a fun quilt.
Another bright quilt.
The quiltmaker made this quilt in honour of all the cats that she has had.
This one again. Srappy and white. I guess I should show mine one day.
A stack-n-whack quilt. The main, cut up fabric is obviously the border.
A one block wonder (but the encore version that has the 3D blocks) which is similar to the stack and whack.
This quilt was inspired by the central piece of fabric that the quilter's son brought back from his travels.
A cute quilt.
This pattern, round the twist, was popular quite a while ago. It's nice to see it still being made.
This is a modern quilt pattern.
Some intricate piecing here.
I will end now with these three quilts. Same pattern but different fabrics.
It's the fabric used as the shadow that makes the quilt interesting.
I hope you enjoyed the show and you didn't even have to leave home.