There has been so much going on (that’s good!) I haven’t had a chance to post the rest of my favorites from my local guild show. Here are a few more of them.
Please note that this is a local show, so most of the quilts were made from patterns or workshops. I’ll list the source where I have it.
Jen Kingwell design beautifully done by Susan Roper
Traditional design made “to use up scraps”
Our guild has a very active group making Quilts of Valor for men and women who have served in the military. The next two were made for that program.
Inspired by a design on the Alycia Quilts blog
Design by Jenny Doan for Missouri Star Quilt Company
Design from the book Modern Paper Piecing was both pieced and quilted by Linda
Debby designed and made this quilt after a study of Amish quilts
Quilt is based on a Mind the Gap design by Moda. Karen cleverly named it after her “mistake” in placing the green strips!
Christeen designed this quilt herself, and I think the name should get a humor award!
Betty designed and made this quilt for a log cabin challenge
From a pattern by Kathy Wells
I’m lucky to live near so many talented quilters!
How I envy people who come up with great titles. Nice show.
Yes, I find titles a challenge. And every time I think I’ve come up with something clever, it turns out that nobody else gets it 🙃
what diversity! But I am most attracted to the Georgetown Journey, because it so reminds me of kaleidoscopes!
Yes, and Susan is a terrific quilter, so her version is beautiful.
These quilts are amazing but that Georgetown a Journey took my breath away!
Yes! I love Jen Kingwell’s patterns, and Susan is an amazing quilter!