Sunday, June 14, 2009

State Quilt Show - Part 2

Here are a few more quilts I liked at the show.
This quilt won 1st place group. Each person pieced a strip of the quilt.

Here is a cute apron block of the month quilt that was being offered by one of the vendors.

I liked this Row Houses quilt by Sue Freeland made of log cabin blocks. She used brick fabric in the center of the blocks for the chimneys.

I thought this was a cute detail - using jumbo rickrack in the border of this sailboat quilt.



Crispy said...

Great quilts!! With the popularity of aprons right now, that apron pattern will probably sell like hotcakes...very clever. I think my favorite is the house quilt...there's something about houses that is so appealing.

Thanks for sharing,

Janet said...

Thanks for sharing the photos. I'm not surprised your quilt got a ribbon, I would have voted for it, I love it.

connie said...


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