Monday, July 22, 2013

The Traditional Side of the Quilt Show

I'm going to wrap up the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show with a few of my favorite traditional quilts. I don't want to leave you with the impression they were all modern style quilts.

This is Pam's Swoon quilt. It is fun to see a quilt, take a photo, then go in for a look at the maker and see someones name that you know.
Love, love, love the setting!

What's not to love about a two color quilt? Instant antique.....


I hope you enjoyed the show! I look forward to every year with anticipation.

31 comments:

  1. Do you ever hang a quilt of yours in the show? You should - you wouldn't even have to mail it in. It was really fun to go again. I'm glad we did.

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  2. I love the 4th one down. Thanks for sharing your trip with us!

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  3. Thanks for sharing all your pic's.. and it is nice to end with traditional style.

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  4. Such fun to see all of the wonderful work.

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  5. YES!!! I am thrilled to see the traditional side to this show!! Whew!!
    P

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  6. Oh yeah I did enjoy your show, one day I'll get there, the quilts outside just look terrific don't they? So what happens if it rains?

    Happy Sewing

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  7. gracias por compartir estas maravillas!!!!
    no se cual me gusta mas
    saludos

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  8. Yes, love the traditional. Lovely to see them.

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  9. OH, THANKS, I was starting to think there weren't many Traditional ones this year. How big was the Dear Jane? It looks smaller in the picture. They sure hung it up high! I agree, those stars with the setting you LOVE is very stunning. I still have the Feathered Star on my List of WHIMMS...

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  10. Ah, that's more like it! The red stars in the sashings are really striking in that quilt. May have to hang on to that idea!
    I'm glad there were some traditional quilts to see. Your last photos had about convinced me that I didn't need to plan a trip to Sisters anymore. : )

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  11. Thanks for all the pictures. I look forward to your posts about the show every year.

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  12. Great classic quilt. Love that blue star one, too. It's fun to see traditional, and modern both.

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  13. It's fun to see which pictures you took; many quilts I didn't even notice. Of course I loved that feathered star one! Was a great time this year! Thanks so much for coming and making it a great week.

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  14. The sawtooth star quilt with the little red stars is fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. I love seeing the show with you and Randy every year. One day maybe I will make the show myself. It is on my list of things to do.

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  16. I am in awe with talent of the quilters and their quilts are spectacular. Thank you for sharing.

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  17. Thank you so much for the show! Really love the traditional quilts, especially that first one. Gorgeous!

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  18. They are all gorgeous!!! I especially love the simplicity and charm of the red/white quilt!! That one made my heart skip!!!! Thankyou for sharing these beautiful pieces!!!!

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  19. Thanks Lori, I keep reading and enjoying your blog and was about time to thank you again for sharing the pictures. I love all kinds of quilts.

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  20. I really love that first traditional quilt......... but then I saw the feathered star one!! Gosh, so much gorgeousness all together, it's hard to decided which I like the best. Darn, I love them all!!

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  21. Love 'touring' the quilt show with you. IMHO nothing beats these traditional quilts. That feathered star is sooo gorgeous. It was a very trying time for me to make just one ... what more 12!

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  22. I always love the traditional quilts best!! Those Feathered stars are marvelous. Thanks for sharing some of the show :0)

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  23. Feeling a bit more balanced now :~) Thank you for sharing your week with us!!! I really enjoyed seeing all the quilts and your progress at retreat. LOVE the Feathered Star. Pam's Swoon quilt, I had the privilege of quilting for her so a little bit of me was there too. Made great progress on the Medallion quilt, thank you and Randy for that as well!

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  24. Thanks for the show of quilts. I'm really a traditional quilter with a twist. I don't always (almost never) follow the rules.

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  25. Always a delight to catch up an the Sister's show!

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  26. I've had some serious eye candy catching up with your sisters posts. I loved seeing all the quilts.

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  27. Someone did a very good job of piecing those feathered stars. Good colors too. I also like the star quilt with the dark blue background. Very graphic.

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  28. Oh my... long live traditional quilts! Loved the vibrant blue, gold, and red feathered stars! Thanks for sharing!

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  29. you are right, instant antique with two color ones. LOVE the feathered star, and all the others, so glad you posted all kinds of work. I'm really hoping to get there next year.

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  30. oh good, balance has been restored.
    ;-)

    libbyQ

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  31. Thank you so much for sharing. What a feast for the eyes!! Do you know the name of the star(?)flower(?) embellished 9 patch found in the very first quilt? I LOVE it, just gorgeous!! Oh and I love the blue quilt peppered with red stars. Exquisite!
    Thanks again Lori.

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