Monday, August 13, 2012

Coburg Quilt Show

A couple of weeks ago I went to another outdoor quilt show. It's nice because it is all in one park in Coburg, Oregon.
What a fun quilt with lots of patches! I loved the stars here and there.
Fun, happy quilt!
Beautiful traditional.
Fun primitive applique.
I've always liked this quilt, but seeing it in person I realized it has a lot of dead space.
My favorite of the whole show. A simple double nine patch set with splashes of red which I thought was quite lovely.
It was the striped sashing that sold me on this one though.
If you wanted, you could even get a wagon ride through the historic town of Coburg.

PS, Did I mention there was vendors??? lol

30 comments:

  1. I like the Churn Dash quilt. And, of course, the Jan Patek designs. An outdoor show would not work here. We have too many rain showers.

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  2. The churn dash and double nine-patch were my favs. Looks like a fun event.

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  3. What is dead space in a quilt? Google only gave me outer space hits..... thanks.

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    1. One tree in the middle of a huge background piece.....makes dead space...

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  4. Oh.. So much fun! Love them all!

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  5. An outdoor quilt show is ideal. I'm sure the quilts show better in natural light. The double 9-patch is my favorite, too.

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  6. Thanks for taking us along!! Lovely quilts!!
    P

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  7. Oh,Lori thank you for the delightful quilt show, they are all wonderful!

    Carolyn :)

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  8. It looks like it was a great show. I love that nine patch too. Beautiful!

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  9. All the quilts were lovely, but my favorite has to be the Double 9-Patch! Great use of a stripe fabric.

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  10. It looks like the show had quite a variety of quilts on display. That's what makes a fun show. I vote for the double nine patch too and the striped lattice.

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  11. I agree with you: that double 9-patch is awesome!~ Those fabrics are fabulous! Thanks for sharing the pictures!!

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  12. The quilts for this show were hung so well, great for the Photos you took. Thanks for sharing! I cant' choose a favorite, I see the dead space in the Primitive sampler too. I'm sure you'll be showing us what you found at the Vendors later...

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  13. I always look forward to seeing your photos from all the events you attend. The Double Nine Patch is my favorite as well, and I would love to try it in a doll quilt.

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  14. I do love that nine patch, just something about the simplicity, mixed with the right fabrics.

    Debbie

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  15. Great quilts - the double nine patch is my favorite. That sashing is wonderful!

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  16. I'm with you - the double nine patch is awesome. Can't go wrong with red and I love stripes! The churn dash would have to be next on the list - it's a good one too! Vendors....let's see what came home with you!!

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  17. The 9 patch is wonderful. I think it would have to be my favorite, too, although the churn dash is quite nice, too!

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  18. Love the nine patch, house quilt and churn dash - what a lot of nice traditional quilts! Hay rides too? love it

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  19. Isn't it amazing how such a simple double 9 patch can be so exciting with the type of fabric patterns used? Love the striped fabric sashing!

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  20. What wonderful quilts, love the Churn Dash and the Nine Patch as well, guess I just love traditional......

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  21. Thanks for sharing your pictures from the show. I love that last one! I never get enough of looking at traditional quilts :0)

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  22. Great show..thanks for the pics.

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  23. ooh, i have some of that striped fabric from the double nine patch! Very nice application!

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  24. Come on Lori, show us what you bought!

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  25. Nice variety of quilts at the show. The double 9-patch is easily my favorite. Nothing beats a lovely sashing fabric from Jo Morton. The quilter used a lot of the striped yardage in this quilt, but it's worth it. It's a gorgeous quilt, oozing with charm and tradition.

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  26. How nice Lori, I'm kind of embarrased, you go into my backyard from growing up and go to the coolest events. Did you go to the scandinavian festival this year?

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  27. I like that double nine patch, too. The fabrics really do make that one come alive.

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  28. Wow, awesome quilts, thanks for the show. I'm in a swap doing 40 nine patches a month and the 9 Patch with stars gives me another setting idea. I'm going to share this with all my swap friends. My favorite is also the double nine patch and I guess it's the sashing that did it for me too.

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  29. I love the double nine patch and also the bright first one you showed!

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