I went to my local guild's quilt show over the weekend. There were some quilts I thought were great.
First is my friend Claire's quilt based on the blocks she made during my sow-a-long. I love how she made the border!
Then I saw this quilt with some very small pieces! I think the squares are maybe 1@!
I am a big lover of Lori Smith's patterns. I loved this quilt:
Do you remember the Just Takes 2 project a bunch of us did? It was done in red and white . Here is the original color scheme followed by a version in 1930s fabrics. I really like how it turned out that way. She substituted some blocks and I think I actually like it better with the 30s fabrics. Maybe I'm still sick of it!! Mine is with my machine quilter!
What a beautiful show!ReplyDelete
Claire's is wonderful and I sure like all those tiny little half square triangles...ReplyDelete
What a great setting of Claire's Barrister's Blocks!ReplyDelete
I'm glad I am not the one who had to square up all of those HSTs! Very stunning effect!
I really like the JT2 in the 30s prints!
Thanks so much for sharing the quilt photos. They are all so beautiful. HugsReplyDelete
Every one of them is just amazingly beautiful. I really love the red and white version of Just takes two....but that one in 30's fabric is a WOW.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing
gorgeous, just gorgeous,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ReplyDelete
I really like the pastel "Just takes 2" quilt. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
AMAZINGLY talented quilters ... thanks for the "eye candy" and adding more ideas to my bucket list!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah I like it a lot in the 30,s fabric!ReplyDelete
Yeah this quilt will be a UFO for a long time.........
I really should get back to it huh?
Thanks for the mini show :0)
Love the baby half squares. I agree, the just takes two looks wonderful in aunt GracieReplyDelete