Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Houston Part III

I loved this quilt.
Houston 2009
Houston 2009
If you know who made it, please let me know.
It seems I was really bad at taking photos of the quilt information this year.

Dutch Treat by Roberta Horton, Berkeley CA
She made this quilt from fabrics she collected during teaching trips to the Netherlands.
It was great to see all the different fabrics.
Dutch Treat
And just for fun:
Farm Truck - Retired by by Lynne Pillus, Oroville CA
Farm Truck - Retired
Unconditional by Virginia Greaves, Roswell GA
Unconditional
Fusible and raw edge applique was very popular this year.

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11 comments:

  1. Don't the quilts from festival just make your heart sing? They are brilliant.

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  2. Another round of amazing quilts! That first one really is beautiful. I love how the flowers look like they are flowing from her dress. I wonder how much time and work went into making these works of art.

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  3. I think I missed a couple of these. Love that first one.

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  4. wonderful quilts!
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  5. Beautiful quilts! I love the farm truck one! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. That first one is incredible and I love the truck too!

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  7. Thanks for sharing. I made the mistake of using the 'museum' setting (no flash) for many of my photos and ended up with wiggly-jiggly kinds of pictures. PS - do you think our paths crossed along the miles of carpet at the George Brown?

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  8. So amazing!! That first quilt is just breathtaking.

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  9. amazing quilts! thanks for sharing the photos.

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  10. So much life in these quilts. Amazing....

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  11. I can't speak for the others but my quilts generally take about 80 hours.

    Thanks for posting some pics from Festival. I didn't get to go so I love seeing them.

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