I meanwhile am still quaking in my boots at the thought of quilting my Lily baby quilt...
After seeing some of these beauties, I'm even more intimidated.
In no particular order:
|and plain (but not really!)|
|Beautiful poppies, and I love red.|
|A small shaped quilt, I think it represents and aerial view of Wisconsin!|
|details showing prairie points and button trim, embroidery, wow!|
|This one was called Pickled Clam Shells. Those points in the arcs are about an inch high.|
|Urban mania. Fussy cut small pieces, in the lower row on the right the lady is about two inches high.|
|Down the center aisle. Those wooden legs tripped up lots of us gawkers.|
|Lots of small flying geese made this one so cool and I loved the border.|
|Lots of amazing black and white plus color...|
|and black, white and gray|
|This one was called My Son's Shirts. I hope he had a few left to wear!|
|This was a representation of the daily temperatures in 2014.|
|Tulle poppies on a wall hanging.|
|This one is so tiny I missed it the first day, but check out that quilting!|
Quilters of the world you are awesome! Even the simplest quilts were gorgeous.
There were vendors too, and I managed to bring home a few treasures. I bought three patterns, a small kit and one yard of striped fabric plus two charm packs of background fabric, and scoped out several shops for our next Fabric Acquisition Road Trip.