Friday, March 9, 2018

First Friday Exhibit for March

I had to make a trip to Bend this week and was able to drop by Quiltworks and see their monthly exhibit. One of these days I'll make it for First Friday celebration.


Ruth Kinane was the featured quilter. 
Isn't this fantastic?!






 Love this one!



Another quilt shop row by row that I actually like.




 This block reminds me of a quilt top I have waiting to assemble!


The group quilts below were a variety of applique quilts. I only photographed 2 of my faves.



 I love this and I love that it isn't perfect!

Here is my Instagram feed for the week.

I've managed to get a little sewing done this week, but am feeling a little stretched. I like to help out when I can so I know it is only for a short while. When people are hurting we need "a little help from our friends". 
Sorry there isn't more inspiration from my own sewing room.
Have a wonderful weekend. I'm babysitting! A first in many years!!
Love to you all.



16 comments:

  1. Inspiration does not always come from the sewing room; just being yourself is an inspiration by itself. Thank you for the time you took to write this blog.
    Have a nice day,
    Carole

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  2. I really enjoyed the exhibit--full of inspiration!
    My only babysitting of late is for grandchildren. Maybe senior parent care should be included in there, too.

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  3. I love what Carole said, and I always look forward to the monthly exhibit. That crazy hexy is eye candy! I hope you get lots of love and snuggles from the time babysitting, and I hope you are feeling less 'stretched' very soon. Hugs.

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  4. Lots of inspiration in that exhibit. Thanks for sharing, Lori.

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  5. Ruth Kinane is very talented !
    Lots of beautiful quilts in that exhibit ! Thank you for sharing !

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  6. I wish I could do the fancy stitches as nice as this quilter.

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  7. Great display. That crazy quilt is gorgeous. So much work. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Thanks for all the quilty pictures Lori. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  9. Wow! Wedgewood has me drooling. Thanks for sharing these great quilts! So interesting to see these different styles.

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  10. Thank you for taking us along to this exhibit! Love Nanuck and the row by row...what a great variety of quilts!

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  11. Gorgeous quilts! I love the chicken quilt and need to find a chicken pattern as my DIL is getting some live chickens since they moved to a place with plenty of room for chickens and a garden. She is so happy!

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  12. Lovely quilt Lori. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Thanks for sharing the quilts Lori - some great ones

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