Monday, October 14, 2013

Featured Quilter for October

I missed the open reception on first Friday but made my way to Quiltworks to see the quilts this weekend. As usual I was blown away with such terrific local talent! The featured quilter is Jan Tetzlaff from Bend. What a fun variety of quilts from one person. The more artsy of the quilts are her later work.












The few quilts below were from the group section which quilts were made based on the book, The Language of Flowers.




I hope you enjoyed seeing these as much as I did.

20 comments:

  1. que preciosos trabajos!!! muchas gracias
    por compartir fotos
    saludos

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  2. Oh yes that was a great little quilt show.....thanks for sharing.......so many quilts I want to make so little time :0) to get them all done.

    Happy Sewing

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  3. Wow! These quilts are fabulous. I especially liked the red and white one.

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  4. Thanks for sharing, look forward to going to see them when I get home,

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  5. Such a wonderful showing of quilts. I love the basket quilt.

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  6. What amazing quilts! Every one of them. Thanks for sharing them. Great inspiration.

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  7. Wow! I would have loved seeing those in person! Great to see how her growth as a quilter in these quilts!

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  8. Thanks for sharing. Loved them all. Jan's sense of color and design is very appealing.

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  9. these are great quilts. I think I bought one of hers, similar to the one with the white houses and the vibrant blue/pink flower overlaid. I got it at the quilt show a couple of years ago. It's a great quilt, as are all the rest.

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  10. Thank you for sharing that great quilt show. Her use of colors is so joyful. Wow!

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  11. Love the Show & Tell. Thanks for posting!

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  12. Lovely quilts! The variety is intriguing. I love the Brides bouquet and the feathered star!

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  13. Ooh I really like the second quilt photo...drooling over my IPad!

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  14. thanks for the inspiration! I love the baskets and houses and the new york beauty - well actually I love them all but those are my favorites. What a wonderful exhibit!!

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  15. Love, love, love the basket quilt, I'm exchanging some baskets and hope they will work into that concept. Wish Quiltworks was in my neighbourhood.

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  16. Wow what a great artist. Such colorful and happy quilts. She can really leave the block pattern behind and just have fun with the fabric. Love the little basket one, so cheerful and overflowing with delightful fabrics. I've really enjoy looking at these. Thank you for sharing.

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  17. Fabulous quilts - such an eclectic style. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  18. Oooo la, la!!! Such eye candy - several I just loved!!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  19. Thanks for sharing these, some really great quilts of wonderful variety.

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