I do like the American southwest and the art that comes from that area. This was another favourite of mine from the show.
I think this was started in a workshop. Black, white, a bit of yellow and my favourite blue.
Weaver Fever is what this pattern is called.
It is amazing what one can do with scraps. I really like this layout.
Bright colours with black to set them off.
This lady really liked making these little quilts.
They were really cute and would make a nice addition to a child's room.
This quilt came about from a crayon challenge. Each participant picked a crayon from a paper bag and was to create a quilted item using the name of the colour of the crayon as inspiration. Tropical Rain Forest was the colour of the crayon.
A bright New York Beauty.
This hand quilted, whole cloth quilt is by my friend Penny who made it as a wedding gift for a young lady to whom she was a nanny.
The backing is a tone on tone yellow.
A close-up of the quilting.
This was a little different.
As you can see, this one won a prize. It was part of a challenge.
An explanation of the quilt.
This was part of the same challenge. I'm sorry I didn't take a photo of the fabric that was to be used. I was in a bit of a time crunch.
Just a couple of fabrics makes a nice quilt.
Here's a close-up of the machine quilting. I wonder what's so antique about the star?
I love everything about this little quilt.
I should have taken a closer look at this one to see if those are in fact little tiny pieced triangles in the sashing.
A star within a star. The border print might have made a good selection for a One Block Wonder quilt.
I saw this quilt from afar and it wasn't until I got up close and really looked at it that I realized what it was.
I love the explanation for the title.
Another little quilt that caught my eye.
For you Jacobean quilt design fans. It is, of course, hand quilted.
I agree with her on the vibrant colours.
For those of you in love with hexagons. I almost forgot to photograph this one my first time viewing it but I spied it again on my way out.
I like the way she positioned the striped ones. That's a lot of machine quilting.
And now, if you were oooohing and ahhhhing the hand appliqued Jacobean quilt and/or the hand piecing of the hexagon quilt, feast your eyes on this one.
It is a log cabin quilt in the barn raising setting BUT...
it's all yo-yos.
That's it, that's all.