5/6/15

Northwest Quilters Guild Quilt Show: Day Five

There is still another day or two of eye candy for you, and so I'll get right to the pictures from the show. This first one is an Oregon commemorative quilt. Sometime, I think it would be fun to be involved in a project such as this one. I've never seen this quilt before, and so it was a treat to be able to see it at the show.





Simple, but effective quilting.




Gorgeous quilting on this one.








This pattern is very tempting. Haven't searched for it, but I might.






That's it for today. I'll keep posting them until I run out of pictures. I hope you're enjoying the show!

11 comments from clever and witty friends:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Another wonderful round of quilts. The quilting on the 'many colors' is just astounding and really accents that piece.

Cinder Gal said...

Yes, I'm enjoying seeing the show through your eyes. Many wonderful quilts.

Marei said...

Please pass on my Happy Birthday wishes to Mike! Hope he enjoyed his Eggs Benny for breakfast!

works4me said...

My computer got creative and moved my comment to a different post. Sorry about that.

Thank you for taking us to the show with you these last few days. I'm really enjoying your tour. I especially like the quilts with personal stories behind them, like the Red Riding Hood one. These make the quilts that much more special in my opinion.

Dana Gaffney said...

I'm enjoying it very much, keep them coming

quiltzyx said...

Another wonderful time at the quilt show. I love the quilting on 'Many Colors'. The sun rays reminded me of some of your quilting with the added "esses" from the points.

Donna Hollingsworth said...

Hello from Alabama! I enjoy your blog as I love cats and quilts!

Donna Hollingsworth said...

I follow you on Facebook and email.

Average Quilter said...

I am really enjoying the show. I love quilt shows

Claire said...

So glad to have a photo of the Oregon Commemorative. (I can't turn flash off on my camera, so couldn't take my own photo.

Brown Family said...

I really like the Oregon Commemorative quilt.