Monday, November 4, 2019

Special Sapphire Exhibit

I'll let the quilts speak for themselves. 
Every time I walked by the quilts hanging high, I couldn't help but snap a photo!! 












My Brick Wall of Wabash County quilt directly above me in the middle,
 designed by Tara at Quilters Ridge. 


My 25 patch Road to Paducah quilt.


My Road to California quilt. (creative names, huh?)

Most of the others are vintage or antique blue and white. 
Enjoy!













I hope you are inspired!

Let's have an amazing week!

25 comments:

  1. You must have been in blue and white heaven! How awesome that you had 3 of them in the display good for you Lori!

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  2. What fabulous quilts. And, what a great feeling to see have not just one quilt in Houston, but 3!! Gorgeous!

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  3. Your quilts are beautiful. What an honor to be included in this fabulous display.

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  4. What an exhibit! Congratulations for being part of it. Thanks for sharing the photos for those of us who weren't there.

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  5. Wow I loved those blue quilts! Congratulations on having 3 of your own quilts displayed! Now I have the itch to make a blue and white quilt. Also would love to go to the Houston show next year.

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  6. You must have been on cloud 9! Congrats on having your quilts there for all to see.

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  7. Congratulations to anyone who had a quilt in that display. The people that make them are true artists. Thank you for sharing!

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  8. This was a gorgeous exhibit, even better than the red & white exhibit a while back. Thank you for sharing the photos!

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  9. WOW to have three quilts hanging in Houston..... cool.... and you have pictures to put with your life story - your great great grands will love it and I loved viewing the photos you took not just of you but many if not all the sapphire. Can
    t help but wonder what they are going to do in 5 for gold???

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  10. What an awesome exhibit! Your quilts are beautiful Lori! I want to make a blue and white quilt now! I love the way they are displayed. I've never been to a quilt exhibit, on my bucket list after seeing this! Jan in MA

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  11. I would have been struck speechless to actually see all of these blue and white quilts in one spot. They are amazing!! I think that's my favorite color combo. Thank you for the eye candy this morning.

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  12. Amazing!! Glad you got pictures with your Quilts at Houston. One day I will go...
    Thanks for sharing!!

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  13. So very beautiful and inspirational! Congrats on your three beautiful quilts proudly hanging with all the others -- beauty, contrast in design and friendship only begins to describe why we quilt. Thank you for taking us along on your journey.

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  14. What a beautiful array of blue and white quilts--just stunning..thanks so much for sharing them...vey inspiring hugs, Julierose

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  15. YES! That's what I'm talking about!!!

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  16. How cool that one of your quilts was in that extraordinary display! Your quilt was beautiful hung that way with the others. Having two more lovely quilts in the exhibit was awesome!

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  17. Thank you. A feast for our eyes

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  18. Look at you. I like your star bag. Great pictures.

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  19. Wow--what a great display of blue/white quilts. And I'm proud of you for entering your quilts! So fun to see them there.
    I'm glad you are able to enjoy the Houston show on your own terms this time around.

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  20. Wowsa - blue and white heaven! Your quilts are so pretty. It must have been such a thrill to see them in that exhibit! Love the antique ones. Yes... inspiring! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  21. Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing these beauties. ;0)

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  22. What a fantastic show! I bet it was mesmerizing in person.:) LOve the largish applique quilt you featured with the appliqued border on it as well. Very inspiring!

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  23. Wow, what a show! Wonder what's up with the 45 quilt... the story. Love the Portraits and like photograph quilts, amazing. And of course love all those blues, yours too! I've had one in the works, in time out for a while, and the other day finally did the math to know how many I need for a king size... Who knows I may have must enough! or not! Have some other finishes I need to do first.

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    1. It was the 45th anniversary, but not sure if it was made specifically for it or not.

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  24. A friend in houston send me pictures from the show, and when I saw the Brick Wall of Wabash i was almost sure that was yours! Congratulations lori, i'm proud of you, and honored to be among your virtual friends! Rina.

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