Dark clouds ahead.
We were driving into a rain storm. Luckily, I got into the quilt show before the clouds burst open. Off and on rain for the rest of the day. We needed it.
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Tilted log cabin hearts.
Toned down fabrics.
A bed-sized paper pieced quilt. I saw this in pieces because it's made by my friend Judy.
This was stunning and incredible.
I did think it was machine embroidered -but it's not.
Just a photo of some of the detail.
This is the same pattern but using different fabrics.
This was prettier in person.
Oh, I loved this.
Here's the other side. What a great little quilt. Just take a limited palette and go to it.
A paper pieced beauty.
I found myself liking the quilts that had that 'bygone days' look to it.
What a happy looking quilt. I liked the fact that the quilter had the same fabric in four different colours.
I did the same thing - figuring out the pattern from a photo or an ad. Mine was a small wall hanging, though.
A very nice scrap quilt - done in fabrics that read as solids.
A Harebrained Happenings pattern. It always brings a smile to my face. This one had such a bright border.
A cute calendar quilt.
I do like stained glass quilts.
I leave you with two children's quilts today.
And of course, Fisherman Fred or Overall Bill.