Loose Threads: Paducah Quilts Part 2

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Paducah Quilts Part 2


Here are a few more quilts from the AQS Show in Paducah.   This first one is Kim McLean's pattern, Flower Pots.


I love this one.   I'm not sure what the pattern is.

Beautiful applique' on this one.  


A beautiful version of Dear Jane.  



I love this Dear Jane in neutral colors.

The quilting on this one really makes the quilt, and I love the colors.  


I love a medallion quilt.  Just look at all of the different borders on this one.  

I have no idea how this one was done, but this vase of flowers looks so realistic.  

I have more quilt photos from the show.  I liked so many of the quilts that it's hard to choose just a few to post.

I've been to my Thursday sewing group and lunch afterwards.  I was working on a project today, and everyone said that I could have the top put together by the time we meet next Thursday. It's an English Paper Pieced project.  I'm a bit skeptical, but I'm going to give it a try.  I'll post photos later.

I hope you are finding some time to stitch today.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit!  

6 comments:

Chopin - A Passionate Quilter said...

The quilts are so pretty - my favorites are the Flower Pots and the Lime Dear Jane. What great work someone has accomplished!

sunny said...

OH my! I have no plans to make a Dear Jane, but I do love looking. I love the one with the gradual color shifts. How much time would it take to make that happen?!?!? Hope you're stitching away.

Scrap and quilts said...

Gorgeous quilts. The last one is really mind blowing. WOW!! So much talent. Good luck with your goal of finishing your EPP quilt. Thanks for sharing. ;^)

Janet O. said...

You caught some gorgeous quilts here! So many leave me in awe. And you have more to share? I hope so!!

Karen said...

The green and yellow Jane quilt is a beauty. Never would have thought of doing that color combo. Very different for a Jane.

Barb said...

thanks for sharing more quilts form Paducah. The DJ are really unique.

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