Loose Threads: Last of the Quilt Show Quilts

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Last of the Quilt Show Quilts

Here are the last of my quilt show photos.  I don't have a record of the quilt makers unless they won a ribbon.  Normally they hand us a program with a list of all the quilts and their makers along with a list of the vendors.  This time there was just a list of winners.


This is a variation of the Civil War Bride Quilt...hand quilted.  It was just beautiful.  I don't think this is exactly the Civil War Bride pattern, and I don't think it is A Bountiful Life either.  Any ideas?  It was made by Joyce Wuehle.






More beautiful applique'.


Love Eeyore's Garden by Linda Upp of Sharonville, Ohio.


This one is Tulip Fields by Betsy Glassey of Bloomington, Indiana.


By Carol Schwankl.  I'm pretty sure this is a Judy Martin pattern.  I think it might be Snake River Log Cabin.
 


This one is Once Upon A Time by Mary Buvia of Greenwood, Indiana.  


Mary also has a new book published called Santa's Loading Dock Quilt based on her award winning quilt from last year.



By Margaret Solomon Gunn.  The ribbon is for Honorable Mention in the Mixed Technique category.


Roses are Red by Jan Rothenbush


These last few are small quilts.   This log cabin by Kaye Koler called Home at Last won 3rd prize for Small Scale Quilts.


Here is the 1st place in that category by Mary Kay Mouton called Buried Treasure.





Dreaming Cat by Sandy Curran won Honorable Mention in Small Scale Quilts.  I love that kitty face.
 

That is the end of my quilt show photos.  I divided them into 3 separate posts so it doesn't take you forever to go through them.

Someone wrote and asked me if I had a quilt in the show.  Not this year, but in 2010 I entered two of my quilts in this Bloomington show.  I had never entered or displayed my quilts anywhere before, and I won a Judge's Recognition ribbon on this one called It's Just A Nine Patch.



 I also entered my green Nearly Insane called Lime Phosphate in 2010.




Thanks for stopping by!

11 comments:

Kath said...

My favourite is the unicorn, thankyou for sharing.

Jan said...

Love your quilt - not surprised at all that you won a ribbon!

Janet O. said...

So many inspiring quilts! Buried Treasure boggled my mind!
I love the two of your own. Just a Nine Patch is amazing. And the Nearly Insane in green--wonderful!

Raewyn said...

Fabulous quilt show LuAnn - thanks for taking us along too! Love the quilts you entered previously as well - your 9-patch's ribbon looks well deserved.

Donna said...

Loved seeing all the quilt show pics. Yours are beautiful as well.
Hugs,
Donna

Aussie Nanna said...

The huge talent out there never ceases to amaze me! Loved looking at all your photos - thanks for sharing! Your quilts are amazing too! Just a Nine Patch really catches the eye - congrats on the well deserved recognition :)
I have been a 'beginner' for over 10 years....lol....

Pat from Florida said...

Thanks for sharing the show!

regan said...

These quilts are all so gorgeous.....but your 2 quilts are absolute stunners! Amazing! Thanks for sharing them!

Karen said...

What a great show. Congrats on your ribbons!! It's an amazing feeling to be recognized like that.

Jenny Watson said...

I like your ribbons very much you have awesome talent dear.

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Jen said...

HI,LuAnn, Thanks for showing the quilts. Some people do amazeing work. I love your ribbon entries especially the Lime one.

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