Monday, June 11, 2007

Quilt Show Pictures

Saturday was the NJ State Quilt Guild Show in Edison, NJ. Thought I'd share a little eye candy with you. My apologies to the talented quilters who made these quilts...I didn't write down the information as I went through the show. If you see something you have made, let me know and I'll give you credit!
This quilt was a miniature...the little triangles in the feathered star were so small! It was lovely...


This quilt I can credit to Jane Lange, quilted by yours truly. It was striking!


I loved the strippy set of this quilt...so simple yet so beautiful. Love the cheddar!


This one was made to commemorate a visit to Notre Dame in Paris. Stunning!


I just really liked this one!

The show was very nice, the quilts were beautiful, especially the display of antique quilts. I enjoyed the show, it was a much needed, relaxing break! As I was walking around the vendor section, I saw a quilt hanging at the back of the booth and fell in love with it. I went into the booth for a closer look, found the pattern and kits for the quilt and realized...I bought this quilt kit a few years ago! The kit is now out on my sewing table, I guess it's time to make it!


8 comments:

Jeanne said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures of the quilt show. I love seeing quilts in person, but a virtual show is the next best thing.

Libby said...

With all the $ you saved not buying the kit, I hope you treated yourself to something nice *s* Thanks for taking us to the show.

atet said...

What lovely eye candy! And can't wait to see what your latest project is going to be.

paula, the quilter said...

That Rose Window quilt is stunning. Thanks for the virtual show.

Doodlebug Gail said...

OMG - window quilt is amazing. What a lot of work.

LOL at your post about meeting the "other woman" - glad you've decided that DH is in safe hands.

Morah said...

Thanks for sharing. Isn't it amazing how much talent is in each and every quilt show!

Susan said...

Thanks for the peek at the NJ show. I student taught in Edison back in the days of the dinosaurs. I'm sure it's much more crowded now!

Rose Marie said...

The quilts are lovely, thanks for sharing!