Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Teacher's tent

These were a few fun and favorite quilts from the teacher's tent.
What's not to love about a string quilt!? I love the zig zaggy inner border fabric. I'm pretty sure I have some of that in brown.

Feeling Groovy....
Bella Dama!


Houses by a wonderful designer and teacher Tonye Belinda Phillips.

Love her use of patterned fabric!!


The End.....until next year's show.

17 comments:

  1. Wow, those are some great quilts!!!

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  2. Great eye candy! So much creativity and talent! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. So whimsical...fun to see the variety in the art of quilting.

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  4. So many different techniques. . . It sure gives me some excellent ideas for things I could create. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. OH...that string quilt...in a medallion layout is quite motivating!!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Quilts have all been amazing! Lots of inspiration!

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  7. So fun to see such a great variety of styles. The string quilt has my mind going!

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  8. Yet another area I missed at Sisters this year. Guess I'll have to go again, sometime... Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Such an eclectic array of quilts. I just stare at each one and wonder how they come up with them. Such creative minds!

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  10. great quilts - how was "feeling groovy" done? all applique? I loved it!!

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  11. Lori, Thanks so much for the photos from Sisters. I'm just now catching up on your postings. So much inspiration there! You really picked some great ones to photograph. If anyone ever sends you a full photo of the "dress" quilt, pls be sure to share it with us. What a neat idea. Loved that quilting too. I will probably never get to Sisters (I'm in Charleston SC), so I will content myself with visiting thru the blog postings. Thanks again. Sally jspwarren@aol.com

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  12. La Bella Dama - LOVE it! It looks like decoupage. I would buy metres of that retro senorita fabric...Love the string quilt too..giving me all kinds of ideas!
    All gorgeous really. Thanks for the wonderful pics. Those of us who can't get to Sisters really appreciate it!

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  13. What a great mix of quilts and lots of different techniques in them. I just love the whimsy of the house blocks. Thanks for the great show and tell.

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  14. Love the decoupage type quilt too!!! And those baby birds, very creative!!! Thanks for sharing these colourful pieces of work!!!!

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  15. Thank you for a great Show & Tell. One day I might get over to see the show for myself!!I love the string quilt. Fab.:-)

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  16. Inspiration overload!! Wonderful variety of quilts here. Definitely something for everyone. Thanks for sharing for those of us just a tad bit too far away to get there ourselves.

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  17. The first quilt just gets right to it!! Love those fabrics. I just wanted to tell you that I found your quilt-a-long quilt in the new Primatives magazine. I have seen many different versions of quilts people made with this pattern. Now it is in my "to do" list. Thanks for the pictures & fab blog.

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