The Vermont Quilt Festival, which I attended in June, was wonderful, as usual. Here are a few of my favorites of the more traditional type.
Maine Coast, by Lynne Rainen
Port Kent Beauty, by Alyce Fradenburg (who is from Port Kent, NY) I like how she put black triangles at the top to give the design a point there.
We Are Stardust, by Gladi Porsche
Twinkle Twinkle Little Tumblers, by Sharon Shea Perry. There are 3328 tumblers in this quilt, and they are tiny! I love how she made the border darker.
Night Sky, by Joan Duffy. This was eye-catching and beautifully pieced.
Barnum & Bailey, by Daisy Dodge. This had many TINY pieces!
Detail of Barnum & Bailey. Those HSTs finish 1/2″ square!
Buzz Saw, by Bonnie Morin. Look at the detail below!
As always, there were several special exhibits, including quilts by the teachers and some modern favorites from the last QuiltCon. More on those later!
Wow! I love those tiny pieces!
I think the maker likely is crazy now if she wasn’t to start with, but I love that quilt! 😄
I cannot imagine the patience this requires. The results are well worth it.
Barnum and Bailey is eye-catching, but We Are Stardust is one that I could conceivably make!
Good point, and I love the stars and her color choices 😃
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