Monday, November 21, 2011

Back Home and Show and Tell

I'm back home from Shipshewana, and I had a great time.  Here is the pile that I brought back.  I had taken some things out of the pile, but I did end up bringing back more than I left with.

Here are a few photos of quilts from show and tell on Friday evening.  The quilts were just amazing. 

This is my personal favorite:  Stars and Sprigs by Eileen.  I have the pattern and have one block ready to applique'. 

Here is another of Eileen's quilt.  I know this quilt but at the moment can't recall the name.  Anyone?

Brenda's Texas Star quilt.

Trudy's 9981 quilt.  My photo doesn't do justice to the vibrant colors she used.

One of several Dear Jane quilts shown.

Margaret's Blessing quilt.  This pattern is on my to do list, too.  I just love this one.

Gorgeous red apple core quilt. 

Pam D made this Christmas stack 'n whack. 

A group of ladies each did their version of Aunt Millie's Garden.  This is just one of several that were shown.

This is my Roll Roll Cotton Boll from Bonnie Hunter's 2010 on line mystery. 

I have lots more photos to show from the retreat.  Right now here in the US we are getting ready for Thanksgiving Day and the dinner that many of us cook. 

More soon.  Until next time...

Thanks for visiting! 


  1. Ooh, thanks for the eye candy. I'm glad you made it back safe and sound. Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. I have the Stars and Sprigs pattern it's one of my favorites. That Eileen is a busy lady.
    Great pictures.

  3. Dear LuAnn,
    wonderful pictures, thank you so much.
    Happy Thanksgiving

  4. Very nice Quilted with stunning views.
    I like the image that you shop.

  5. What an amazing quilt show you!

  6. The quilt without a name is a pattern by Kim McLean featured in the book "The Fabric of Society Australia's Quilt Heritage From Convict Times to 1960" by Annette Gero. It is possibly the Sarah Evans quilt. Love your blog and especially your Show and tell. We here in Australia really enjoy seeing your wonderful quilt shops etc

  7. Thanks for the quilt show. Very talented quilters -including you! Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. Beautiful quilts! I love the Sprigs and Stars and the Margaret's Blessing. Must be a talented group--of course--you were there!!

  9. Beautiful quilts; thanks for sharing all the pics. Yours, of course, are absolutely stunning!
    Glad you had a good time, but it's nice to hear you are home again safe and sound. Trips are fun, but there's no place like home, right?!
    Have a lovely and blessed Thanksgiving!

  10. The quilts are all wonderful. It looks like you had a wonderful retreat!

  11. Thank you for showing us these gorgeous quilts - wonderfull eye-candy!

  12. What an amazing selection of quilts and what talented people you spent your wonderful retreat with. Take care.

  13. I would have loved to have seen all tbose quilts in person, what a talented bunch of quilters. The second pattern by KIm McLean is called "old Brights"

  14. It looks as if you had a wonderful time! Lovely quilts!

  15. Oh my gosh! What a talented group of quilters. I know it must have been awesome to see all these quilts. Glad you had a good time. Happy Thanksgiving.

  16. Love all the quilts.
    Oh , the red Apple Core is gorgeous.

  17. beautiful quilts, thanks for sharing!
    inspiration plus! makes me want to sew more I bet you went home wanting to sew as well!

  18. Enhora buena por todos estos trabajos tan extraordinarios,,,MUCHAS FELICIDADES A TODAS.UN SALUDO DESDE,,,,,,,ESPAÑA,,,,


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