Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Q.U.I.L.T.S. Show - Part 1

There is nothing like a quilt show to get one's creative juices flowing (which is always good) and make me want to do nothing but hide out in my studio all day and night and sew to my heart's content (which is not good). Well it would be good if I could actually do that; it isn't good because I can't.

This past weekend my sister Tina came up and went to the Quilts United in Learning Together Schenectady (Q.U.I.L.T.S.) guild show. It is a smaller local show but there was still plenty of pretty quilts to see.  I didn't have the time to edit all the pictures to crop out the surrounding stuff for each quilt but I think you'll still enjoy the view.

Kaleidoscope Waterlily, pieced and quilted by Kathy Klinger
Shade's of Green Mariners Compass, Pieced and quilted by Elaine McCain
The Shades of Winter, Pieced and quilted by Barbara Valachovic
Celtic Garden Maze, pieced and quilted by Eileen McCabe
Spring Feathers, pieced and quilted by Eileen McCabe
Abduction from the Seraglio, pieced by Noel Payton, Quilted by Sue Schoch
Wonky Halloween, pieced and quilted by Nina Whitney
Gold Kimono, pieced and quilted by Kathy Klinger
When Life Gives You Scraps, pieced and quilted by Linda Cary
Friendship Starr, Pieced by Bobbie Paulus, quilted by Eileen McCabe
Tuscan Sunset, pieced by Janet Polombo, quilted by Sue Schoch
Stacy's Wedding, whole cloth quilt quilted by Eileen McCabe
Bella's Mimi, pieced by Janet Polombo, quilted by Sue Schoch
I'll have one more post showing the balance of the quilts that I took pictures of at this show. Stay tuned.

5 of you added your own colorful comments:

  1. What a beautiful group of quilts! Exquisite quilting. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  2. Lovely quilts and quilting. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. lovely quilts! makes you want to QUILT more and NEW projects too

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  4. Oooo that looks like so much fun! I especially like the sunset one with the shades of orange - very pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Holy cow! So amazing! You take great pictures, too, Michele.
    I really want to know where I can get the Celtic Garden pattern!

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