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They're all just breathtaking. What quilt show was this?
Aren't they spectacular!? You really do need to click 'big' to appreciate how wonderful they are. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much for sharing - I particularly like the redwork alphabet and the NYBeauty
Wow, those are beautiful quilts - thank you for sharing. I especially love the redwork alphabet - it's adorable. I like to dream that one day I will make a NY Beauty quilt. Sigh! :-)
A very nice mix of quilts - looks like a great show. I don't think I could pick a favorite . . . I like them all *s*
Those are beautiful quilts! Thanks for sharing!
Fantastic quilts ! I really love the 30's feathered star !
These are wonderful quilts and I bet even better in person. Hard to pick a favorite out the bunch since they are all good examples of various techniques and quilt styles. Sounds like you had a good time there and at the lecture.
Those are gorgeous - my favourites are the redwork alphabet and the 1930's pineapple. Sure is inspirational looking at quilts like this.
Thanks for sharing those Vera. I found the uneven piano key( I think that's what it's called ) border interesting.
Such beautiful quilts-- I can't pick a favorite. I think I've looked at them 20 times...
Thanks for sharing!! I simply must make the Cinco de Mayo quilt. Even if it takes me the rest of my life!!!!
Ooooh, I love the pineapple one best followed by the redwork but they are all pretty. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Oh, they are all beautiful.I espicially love the 2 done in the 30's fabrics, and espicially the pineapple one. Thanks for sharing those with us.deb
I love the red one that is first up. I want it! LOL! Your Friday quilt show had lots more than mine. Small town America. =)
I tried to pick a favorite, but couldn't. They are all so beautiful. Redwork seems to be my "thing" these days, so I was naturally drawn to that one. Looks like you attended a great show!
Love the quilt pictures and hearing about Gerry. I have a Snow Bound quilt I made. Well, I have all the blocks and they hang on the design wall, doesn't that count as a quilt? (LOL)
Beautiful, especially the one in 1930's fabrics.
Wow, lovely show!
Wow, they are all stunning! Thanks for sharing.
Woo! Love that New York Beauty. They're all pretty. Thanks for sharing.
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