I know I told you earlier that I'd be posting more photos from the quilt show. Here they are! It has taken me forever to process this shoot. There will be a part three! By now you know I'm an avid quilter. I love color and fabric and I'll use any excuse to hit the quilt shops. I think they know me by name! Given the choice between fabric and cheesecake, I'll take the fabric every time. (Strange comparison, I know)
This pattern will always be the classic 1930s pattern. It's one of my favorites, but I don't like sewing all the Y-seams! Do any of you have one of these in your family?
The next two quilts were made for the quilter's two grandchildren. The butterfly pattern applique was a popular one from the era.
I love this variation of the log cabin pattern. This may have been mid to late 19th century. The diamonds are so dramatic.
This is such a gorgeous example of fine applique. It may have been a wedding quilt. It was dated, but I forgot to photograph the card!
This is an amazing quilt. The colors are positively neon! All of those triangles must have been a piecing nightmare though.
This was most likely a 1930s quilt.
That concludes part two of the quilt show. In part three I'll show you some fine examples of red work, and even some blue work with an amazing story. Have a great week and please leave a comment to let me know what you've been up to. I just know there are so many of you out there with creativity to burn! Take care of yourselves. You're the only one of you there is! God bless you until next time!