In addition to the vendors, there is also a fabulous quilt show.
This was the incredible centerpiece as you walked in the door.
a 25 foot wide Photofiber landscape artwork
A combination of photos and quilting created by
Steve and Ann Loveless of Frankfort, Michigan
I would love to take a walk in these peaceful woods.
There was a wonderful display of red and green antique Christmas Quilts.
A book has been published on these beauties.
You know that this quilt caught my eye ;)
Some quilts are more like artwork!
This was a challenge where all used the same yellow in their quilt.
One of my favorites ~ a combination of quilting and EPP.
And this was where I spent the majority of my limited time.
It's amazing how much the quilts change based on color and placement!
So bright and happy!
I think that this one was my favorite!
Similar, yet so different.
Such a joy to see so many hexies!
I'm not a bright person, but these quilts make me smile.
Different ideas for borders as well.
This was a stunning art quilt, the single bolt of lightening and range of textures - oh my!
I loved this town and its fence border,.
An Emily Munroe quilt.
This work of art really kept me mesmerized:
Something about the organized crookedness and the stories that each square told.
The stitching was amazing.
The colors of this quilt were captivating as if emanating light from within.
And a final quilt that is just my style
I'll be back with a final post of the Quilt Show to share what came home with me :)
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