Oh my gosh! Love those quilts! Which one is coming home with you?
Wow! Talented ladies!
Wonderful quilts, Randy. Have you shown us yours?
ALL of them are absolutely amazing!! At first glance I thought the top one was the most beautiful ... so many pieces, so intricate ... but then, when I saw the bottom one with all the flying geese ... be still my heart!!! Did she use a pattern? Would she share the pattern name/info with me? Oh MY!!! LindaPS: My sister lived in Mequon and Cedarburg, WI for awhile ... are you guys retreating near there ... GREAT area for antiquing ;-)
Unreal! Just amazing. Thanks for sharing.
Holy smokes! I am in awe! Serious workmanship (work-womanship?) being exhibited there!
wow what a great show and tell here, love them all. talented ladies for sure, lucky you!have a wonderful timeKathie
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that first one is so intricate, I thought it was a Persian rug, wonderful quilts.
WOW, those quilts are all F.A.B. Is the first one from a pattern or is the maker just phenomenally talented? I ask this as I have been wanting to make a medallion quilt for some time and this one fits the bill.Regards from cold, grey, rural England,LW