Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Quilt show pictures, part I

I recently went to the best quilt show I've seen in a while. I took loads of pictures which I've been wanting to blog-- been babysitting the darlings a lot so haven't had a chance u til now. Here are some of my favorites!!

Isn't this amazing!
I'm think the most impressive part of the show was the absolutely incredible machine quilting throughout :
I thought this one was hysterical! Here's a close up:

Look at that quilting!!

This is the BACK of the quilt! Her design was on vith front and back!

I've never seen quilting like at this show

Love the setting in this 

You've got to admire the quilting on these!

Many more to show you...

Here are two of the darlings loving Max:


  1. That is some amazing quilting. I like the sunbonnet sue with her hat blown away to the sky. Thanks for sharing. Glad you got some Grandchild time!

  2. Amazingly textured quilting on these--thanks for the share hugs, Julierose

  3. incredible I agree with you the machine quilting is becoming such an art form. I enjoy looking at all the quilting too. Adds so much texture and interest to quilts in mho.
    thanks for taking the time to share, always love seeing a quilt show in my sewing room from all over the country. Fun to see what others are making

  4. The blue & white quilt is very different. The design intricate. Very pretty.

  5. Unbelievable quilting! Thanks for sharing your pictures!

    Love the picture of the kids loving on Max, does he enjoy their visits?

    Happy Sewing

  6. That first quilt is unbelievable. I wonder what inspired that?
    I recognize the sunbonnet girl quilt from the Salt Lake Home Machine Quilting Show. Clever concept, I thought.
    There is some pretty incredible stuff here!
    But the last photo is the best!

  7. The guilts are stunning. The grands are adorable. I can not believe how fast they are growing. (Can you ask them to slow down a bit?)

  8. That first quilt is amazing and that Sunbonnet Sue quilt has to be one of the most unique interpretations of that block that I have ever seen!

  9. No kidding the quilting is amazing. Wow. Really have enjoyed this post. Thank you so much for sharing. Cute children too :)