I didn't take many photos as the show put out the most amazing catalog with a write up on every quilt. My niece came to the city and we took in this show together. She had never been to a quilt show but has shown an interest in learning how to quilt. I've already bought her a machine, and after the show, I pulled together a starter package for her. It's all solids. She loved anything that had curved piecing, used solid fabrics and was drawn to the Sashiko & Boro style of work when we wandered the vendor aisles. I hope you enjoy the few photos I have to share.
Some amazing applique in this piece. What a spectacular pictorial. This piece is 68 x 42 and I only have a partial shot of it.
There were a few of these large paper pieced quilts and the machine quilting was outstanding.
I hope you enjoyed a small sampling of what I shared. This show was one where I put my camera away and looked with my eyes. Sometimes I get so consumed with taking so many photos that I don't "see" the actual quilts. Since the catalog was so amazing, and only $5, I enjoyed the show with my niece. It was magical to see the talent of quilters draw her in and capture her imagination.