My husband and I came up to Sunriver for the week and fell upon a quilt show at the Lodge put on by the local guild, Mtn Meadow quilters! It is in honor of Judy Hopkins. A number of the quilts are hers; some are her patterns; some were finished by her friends using her stash!
What a nice surprise!!
How very serendipitous for you!ReplyDelete
Great show, Randy. Thanks for letting us tag along! : )
That is a nice quilt show. Thanks so much for sharing!ReplyDelete
I just saw an article tonight on this show. Looks great!ReplyDelete
what a great show of quilts, each so different yet wonderfulReplyDelete
Nice show of quilts. Glad you happened to be in town at the right time. I like the houses one with the scrappy background!ReplyDelete
They are ALL wonderful! The Liberty Statue is AMAZING and I especially love the orange Maple Leaves with purple strippies; it looks so warm. They are so different each one from the another but they are all eye candies. I am SOOOO glad you happened to be in town and wanted to share with us. Thanks.ReplyDelete
ON MY!! I love, love, love that red/green house quilt. Moving that one to the TOP of my "bucket list". What a treat!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing the quilt show with us! There were some amazing quilts there. I don't know if I could pick a favorite, but I do love scrappy quilts, so the first one pictured might be it.ReplyDelete
What great quilt show. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Three or four here that I'd love to make for myself. Thanks for sharing these wonderful quilts with us. Is the tan/brown/navy courthouse steps quilt a small one? It looks like it. Looks like VERY tiny strips.ReplyDelete
Oh how lucky to find the show :0), nice quilts, I never get tired of looking at pretty quilts!ReplyDelete