I feel like I’ve had so much to write about here! A week and a half ago, I went down to the HMQS event in Salt Lake, and now I’m finally getting to share some pictures with you.
|by Diane Johnston Quilted by Cory Allender|
Upon first impression this quilt looked like machine embroidery. It’s all reverse appliqué!
|by Cynthia England|
I love how some can take a beautiful photograph and make it even better with fabric.
|by Debra Combs|
This quilt looks like plain pinwheels, but at closer look they are all mini log cabin blocks. Such tiny pieces – I hope it was paper pieced!
|by Judi Madsen – of Green Fairy Quilts|
Love the color combo in this one, and the quilting is beautiful!
|by Amber Robertson|
I loved these flowers! Couldn’t help myself :)
|by Rhonda Montgomery|
this is such a fun quilt, all the details added were so cute and fun!
|by Kathi Carter|
This one was so pretty, and looking closer the flowers are all folded fabric. The texture was amazing!
|by Pam Hadfield|
I love how happy this quilt is – when I decide to do “real” appliqué the Aunt Millie books are where I will go. :)
Finally an antique quilt I couldn’t resist photographing –
You can enlarge the picture to read more, but it was made around 1875 – 135 years old!
I think it’s pretty amazing to see some designs last the test of time. Makes you wonder about the quilts you are making today….hmmm. Always add a label!