Saturday, August 13, 2011

Quilt Show part 2

(Darn....I hit publish instead of scheduling this for tomorrow. Oh well, I guess it doesn't really matter, huh?)

I think this may end up to be a 3 or 4 part show. Hope you’re enjoying it.

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A dresden plate has been on my “to do” list for awhile.

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I may have to move it higher on that list.

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Reminds me of autumn.

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This next one is a golf themed quilt. I can’t let Mr. CnW see it or he’ll have me making him one.

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Tomorrow, some group projects.

Hugs, Anne

13 comments:

paulette said...

Hi Anne!!
Thanks for the show...what wonderful quilts and love seeing pics of the grand kids...how sweet!! Lucky YOU!
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Michelle said...

Thank you for posting. I really wanted to come over for it but just can't justify it after being in Bend/Sunriver last week.

And it was nice to finally meet you!

Michelle

Yvette said...

So many talented people! Thank you for sharing.

Robin said...

Wow..such beautiful quilts !! The talent !!
Robin

Kathie said...

oh what beautiful quilts, can't wait to see more!
Love the dresden plates quilt too, I need to make one as well....
Kathie

Angie Burrett said...

WOW - such beautiful quilts, so much talent - thank you for sharing!

Stephanie said...

Both posts are so inspirational. Tons of talent on display. How wonderful the weather was beautiful enough for it to be an outdoor show.

Crispy said...

Wow what a talented bunch of ladies in that guild!! Thanks so much for the great eye candy this morning :0)

Crispy

Sandy F said...

Thanks for the quilt show. Didn't get there this year. Emma and Mason are adorable as ever, glad you had fun with them! Later

Anna said...

oh I didn't see you there! Wasn't it fabulous!

Karen said...

What a fun place to hold a quilt show - and the ones your sharing are beautiful. Now wouldn't that golf quilt look great in Mr. CnW's office :). Can't wait to see more and your grandbabes are beautiful :).

Hugs - Karen

Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

Thank goodness you went, I just couldn't get myself out the door yesterday. Enjoyed your pictures.

Florida Farm Girl said...

Anne, every time I see a quilt show, I am astonished anew at the talent, creativity and skill displayed. Thanks for taking us along on the ride. My mojo seems to be doing well these days -- I'm just sewing away. Got this wild hair to do quilts for four of my siblings for Christmas, and must get busy, busy, busy if there's any hope to get them done. Hope you're enjoying your lovely nest.