Thursday, November 3, 2011

One more quilt show

This time around it was the Rouge Valley Quilt Show.

 This quilt caught my eye.

Here's the info on the quilt. 

 This is just such a happy, bright quilt. The pattern is by Harebrained Happenings.

The maker of this quilt liked the angel fabric and wanted it to be a feature in the quilt design.

Same design but in blues.

A wonderful quilt design in blue. Anyone know the pattern name?
 A log cabin with a difference.

Double nine patch. Great, colourful quilt.

Trip around the world variation.

What a great layout.

One way to use up your stash - cut it into strips and start sewing.

Baby Wave. The maker said that it was an easy quilt to put together.

A four patch that was made to show off the hockey fabric.

Another Harebrained Happenings pattern. I just had to take a photo of it. Look at the hubcaps. There is a Doggy Daycare pattern too.

I do like silhouette patterns. It's a Country Creations pattern.

Some of the quilts were hung so high up that it was hard to view them.

What a simple but effective pattern.

 An eye spy quilt.

I've always been interested in fashion and this quilt just had to be photographed.
Note: Allie informed me that the pattern is in this book.

A really great way to lay out a sampler.

Wonderful movement in this.

I do like plaid quilt patterns.

 Kaffe Fassett fabrics.

A Bear's Paw pattern done quite differently.

For those of you who are making the Over the Hill pattern, here's one in brown.

The blurb for it.

A square in a square pattern. I really like the background fabric and the fact that the blocks have the same fabric in them.

 Another simple but effective pattern.

And the final one for today. A panel nicely framed.


  1. Thank you Dolores for sharing another quilt show! We have a local show coming up but I won't get to go, being in an art show that weekend. Not another here until spring so fun to see them online. Like your gorgeous tree photo!

  2. Thanks for sharing your photos. What a beautiful show!

  3. Really enjoyed your visual tour of the quilts. Lots of inspiring work there.

  4. Really enjoyed your visual tour of the quilts. Lots of inspiring work there.

  5. I love your visits to quilt shows. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Love the photos of the show! I belong to the Rouge Valley Guild, but unfortunately I did not have any quilts in the show this time. And when I went to see it, I forgot my camera. So I am grateful that you took some photos.

  7. wow.....another fabulous show, filled with gorgeous quilts! they're all wonderful, it would be hard to choose a favorite! happy weekend to you! xox

  8. I was at this quilt show, but it was a nice to see them all over again. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Wow! Such inspiration!! Some awesome quilts/patterns there!! Thanks for sharing Dolores! 8-)


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