Monday, May 7, 2018

First Friday Exhibit at Quiltworks

I was in Bend on Friday but too early for the evening celebration, but the quilts were up and almost ready for  public viewing. I loved the exhibit this month! If you have time, please read the bio's. They are two friends who met when they lived in Oregon, but separated, but continued to quilt together. You know how I feel about quilting and friendships! It tugs on my heart.








 These little baskets were adorable and my favorite. 










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

14 comments:

  1. I love this post! What a wonderful idea for an exhibit.

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  2. All the quilts are stunning ! What fabulous friendship !
    The baskets are very original and I love the quilts pink and blue for a little girl and a little boy !
    Thank you for sharing Lori ! Happy holidays in Italy !

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  3. It's fun to each person's "spin" on the same pattern.

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  4. Fantastic quilts and even better story of friendship. Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful quilts and stories.

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  5. What a great story of friendship! Love how they chose their own colorways but shared their journeys.

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  6. Beautiful and touching. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wonderful story about friendship and quilting!!

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  8. Really cute show this month and such a sweet story.
    I'm going to go into the shop next week!

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  9. I LOVE THESE!!! I also love making quilts this way with friends.

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  10. Quilts + friendship = Perfect

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  11. Love everything about this! Reminds me of all our visits where we have shared projects. I relive more memories thru those quilts, than pictures :)

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  12. Very fun! I love the idea of sharing quilting challenges and projects through the years. What a great way to keep motivated and just simply enjoy!

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  13. An absolutely delightful display. Thanks you for sharing this with us, Lori. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
    Have they ever considered doing a display of your blog SAL quilts?

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