Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Quilt Show - part 3

The show's featured artist was Mary Allen (that's her behind the table). She had a beautiful display of her work and even taught a little trick for making 3-D attic window blocks.






Here work is spectacular. Look at this beautiful applique quilt.



Here are some of her smaller quilts. Isn't that one of her granddaughter's face amazing! It is made of thousands of tiny little pieces of fabric.



Here is another one of her quilts that was out on the floor.


Now back to some quilts from the show...


Our guild had a nine patch exchange a few years ago and there were a few quilts displayed from that exchange.











There were a few log cabin quilts too...


5 comments:

Lou said...

It's amazing-the things I see in pictures that I don't notice when I'm right in front of the quilt. You got some really good shots. Thanks.

Tina said...

I was looking at the applique quilt and thought it looked familiar. Sure enough, I've got a book with that pattern in it, in fact it's pictured on the front...Classic Quilts with Precise Foundation Piecing by Tricia Lund and Judy Pollard!

Chookyblue...... said...

lovely quilts thanks for sharing all the posts........

Rebekah said...

Mary Allen's applique quilt is gorgeous! I really love the hawaiian style floral blocks like that

Dena said...

Very nice work.

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