Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Saturday, August 23, 2014
In Spokane this week visiting family. We took a drive out to Reardon to the Buggy Barn to see the quilt show. A beautiful day to see some beautiful quilts hanging.
The Shop covered in quilts
Inside the shop was overwhelming.
Love the cows on that one.
Love me some Houses!
This Christmas quilt. Lots of applique.
Scrappy one blowing in the wind.
My sisters inspecting the quilts
Loved the appliqué in the borders.
The background for some hollyhocks
So many pieces!
Loved the colors in this one.
Friday, August 22, 2014
This week some of my quilts were hung at the Washington County Museum as part of the Timeless Stitches exhibit.
I am a member of the Westside Quilters Guild and they have had a rotating display of quilts at the museum this summer .
My split Nine Patch
Next to my SpiderWeb
Modern Crusade and
Wonky Friendship Stars
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
monday night at the West Side Quilters Guild meeting the challenge for 2014 was revealed. There were 20 quilts revealed. What a great showing. Our challenge was to make a small quilt using our initials. I had such a hard time coming up with my quilt. Actually the quilt was easy as I had started another challenge quilt with Riiley Blake fabrics and missed the deadline for that one, so I finished it for this challenge instead. Here are the quilts.......
So many different quilts!
Each with their own personality
And each with a story told
Love the artistic expression
Oh man I love this quilting
Creativity at its finest
Words with meaning
Some with dimension
This is mine. Can you guess what
I said with my initials?
No, not Jeri's Baskets.....
Love this show and tell quilt of Barbara's'
And this Lazy Sunday by Stephanie.
Sorry got a little off track.....
Here is the back of my Initially Yours
Monday, August 11, 2014
What a nice weekend we had. The weather was beautiful. We took our travel trailer over to the Sisters area and had a little get away.
Got a little fishing in on the Crooked River.....
and of course spent a little time in the Stitchin' Post. A different place after the flurry of the Quilt Show has passed.