I was lucky to be at the cabin at the time of the local guild's quilt show today.
Earlier this week, in the local book store, there was a display of quilts made during a "thread challenge"! Quilters were given a spool of thread (usually a bright color) and each made a quilt using their threads. Here are a few of them.
Here are some quilts from the show in Sunriver:
The local guild had a block of the month and the quilts were displayed together. I think it is fun to see the same pattern with different fabrics!
A woman was selling her own patterns in a booth and I thought this would be perfect for a kid's donation quilt!
This is a raffle quilt and I won't be unhappy if I win it!
Hope you are having a glorious weekend!
You have a lot of very talented quilters in your area !! Lovely pieces...ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing hugs, Julierose
I too love to see the same pattern done by different people. The outcome is always interesting to study. Thanks for sharing as I've really enjoyed this little quilt show. good luck on the win. ;^)ReplyDelete
What a bunch of talented quilters you have near you! An impressive collection of quilts. Good luck in the raffle!ReplyDelete
It's always interesting to see different versions of the same pattern--lots of talented quilters in this show. I would love to win that raffle quilt too--so fun!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing these great quilts! I really like the basket quilt.ReplyDelete
cute pattern and fun prints in the quilt. you're right perfect for a kids quilt.
like Karen, I too like to see different versions of a pattern.
Many fun ideas here. Never heard of a thread challenge before, but the results are all very nice.ReplyDelete
Did you win? :)
Quilters are creative no matter where they live. It's nice to see what the quilter's in your area are making.ReplyDelete