Wednesday, September 30, 2009

NW Quilt Expo

I love this quilt! I think the inner piano key border really catches my eye.
This was an original quilt based on Little Women. I thought the "Little Women" were so adorable! (but not so little)
This one was all hand pieced and hand quilted!
Cheddar. Need I say more?
You can't tell from the photos but this was a small quilt. I really liked the border fabric and the scalloped binding.
These little squares are all appliqued onto the background. Something about it really caught my eye.
A nice country style quilt in autumn colors.


  1. Land of the Free and the Little Women quilts are big hits with me. I think I have the pattern set for the first one, though I am not sure of the pattern name. I really like the unusual setting for The Little Women quilt!

  2. I like the Little Women quilt too - its so different. I gotta love the flying geese in the last one too. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

  3. I love going to quilt shows - in person and on the computer. Thanks for taking me along. Lots of great inspiration.

  4. I LOve the first quilt, wow, Land of the Free wish I had those patterns.
    its such a great quilt
    great choices of quilts to take pictures of.
    Looks like it was a great show

  5. Ditto what Libby wrote. I appreciate your sharing the show with us.

  6. That rail fence quilt was pretty amazing. I think it said that each block was only 1-7/8" square.

  7. Lots of beautiful quilts there! Thank you for sharing.
    I love all of them!!!

  8. Those are all so yummy! Thanks for sharing them with us. I think I recognize some of the quilt patterns from AP&Q mag, especially the Cheddar one.

  9. I love the Land of the free and the little women quilts too. It's very inspiering. Thank you for sharing!!


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