Miss Sadie seems to be able to hear a quilt hit the floor from ten miles away because she's always there to pose for her picture.
It sets off my eyes nicely, wouldn't you say? Can we have this one in the RV?
Today I have more quilts from the Northwest Quilting Expo. For now, I'm continuing on with the special exhibits, with today's quilts being from Helen Remick who has some interesting ways with yoyos.
This next one was done with CD's.
The only other quilt I have to show you today is this one that was unmarked except for being included in the "Men's Quilt Exhibit". My friend Claire observed, as I did, that many of the quilts in the show were unmarked. We both wondered why. I'd like to be able to give credit to the man who made this quilt, but I'm unable to.
As a follow-up to yesterday's pictures from the show and these circle quilts created by Lisa Jenni, my friend Robin came up with a tutorial showing how this is done.
While I'm not completely sure I understand this from the tutorial, sometimes these things become clear when I try to do it myself. Wouldn't this be a fun technique for the 365 quilt I'm planning? Here's a tutorial from Mary & Patch.
There are still lots more pictures of quilts from the show, but that's it for today. Check back tomorrow and I'll have some more for you.