Our first stop was Edwards Apple Orchard, where the tastings are amazing and the apples are the best!
That is Pat Riley, Rose Duel and Debbie Dodge.
Then there were the quilts in Madison!! Just great.
Here are a few.
I couldn't get the whole quilt in one Picture because there were so many people in front of it. I thought this was the nicest quilt in the entire show!
I am always so impressed with some people's appliqué. Isn't this amazing
There were an unusual number of quilts with feathered stars, one of my favorite blocks ever!
I'm heading home today and will
post more pictures this week.
The apple farm looks like a very fun place to visit.ReplyDelete
Wonderful quilts from the show. Who else just posted the one that was your favorite? Now I need to go back and look for the post. They described some of the techniques used in it. Fascinating.
Love the feathered stars. I've only ever made one huge one and one mini. I have a class this week from Marsha McCloskey, queen of the feathered star. But we are making the English Ivy block. I am doing her mini version, of course. : )
Safe travels home, my friend.
Great to see you...and again in a few weeks. Take careReplyDelete
The apple orchard looks like a great place to visit. So many lovely quilts! The winter scene quilt looks amazing. The purple cow sure is cute!ReplyDelete
Looks so beautiful in WI. I remember the awesome visits we mde there, especially during the fall! Might need to remember that apple barn. Those quilts are fantastic! Love the cow--too cute. And the BEAUTIFUL two color feathered stars..the green is definitely my fav!!! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Looks like a really great show! That winter scene is amazing!! The maker should submit it to "The most Beautuful Quilts" contest!! cheers!ReplyDelete
Looks like a wonderful show--love the Purple Cow!!ReplyDelete
It was a nice show wasn't it? I don't know what day you were there but I would have liked to meet you and say hi in person. Maybe next time. :-)
I had a Bonnie Hunter Lozenges in that show.
Gorgeous quilts!! I do love the snow scene quilts. How in the world did she make those???ReplyDelete
Thanks for the fabulous eye candy. Those feathered stars are amazing and the machine quilting, Wowzers! Over the top fantastic.ReplyDelete