This Friday and Saturday the Glendale Quilt Guild hosted its quilt show. A few of my clients had quilts hanging in the show and a couple even had ribbons!
Tim’s Bargello quilt is just gorgeous. Yep, that’s a blue ribbon hanging next to it, the category was show theme. I really enjoyed quilting this beauty, swirls, pebbles and echoed hooks. I wanted to keep the idea of flowing water. Typically I don’t like pictures of me but how could I not take a pic with Tim and his quilt.
Three of Alice’s entries were quilted by me. Alice’s appliqué is always superb. Simple cross hatching to enhance the blocks, leaves in the sashing and feathers for the border. The houses quilt has straight lines in most of the background, the houses have echo quilting and the sky print has clouds. The last quilt is an all over design.
Donna’s quilt was her first mystery quilt. I quilted feathers in the setting triangles and border, the square blocks are cross hatched and a continuous line design in the star blocks.
The show was a nice. About 300 quilts were hanging, 140 of them were quilt entries by 46 members. The rest of the quilts were various exhibits by other guilds, Hoffman Challenge or teachers.