Judy, my quilting buddy and I have a method to our wandering. We do the walls on the outside first and then we view all the quilts that they have hanging. We start from one side and work our way to the other side. That way, we won't miss anything.
Deb, the maker of the quilt above is one of the blogs that I follow. That's how I found out about this show.
Her blog is Patchwork Sanity.
She's a hand quilter and I loved the quilting design on this quilt.
Stunning colour combination.
There were some mini quilts...
and more minis...
and then there were bags.
I really liked this patter with the little pockets on the side.
This tote was a really nice pattern too.
This is a Jinny Beyer pattern - and possibly a kit.
I didn't take a photo of the whole quilt because I couldn't really make out much of the detail of this whole cloth quilt. So, I just concentrated on showing the hand quilting.
Here's the little blurb on it. The lighting was not the greatest in the hall and that's one of the reasons that the quilts were more difficult to photograph.
This stack and whack quilt had a great border fabric. Of course, the pieces in the stars blocks are made from the border - but all cut up. Click on it to enlarge the photo and you will see that it is a Hallowe'en theme.