I am a week late in getting the April BOM posted because I was at MQS in Wichita all last week teaching EQ7 classes. It was a great time, but a lot of work. I so enjoyed meeting so many students and colleagues, and of course shopping in the vendor mall! And the quilts! All I can say is WOW, they were really amazing and the quilting was over the top on so many of them. It was impressive. I just don't know how the judges manage to select a winner in each of those categories. Here are a few of my personal favorites.
What can I say, I love morning Glories. Sorry the picture is so blurry. I was trying to fit it all in the view finder and wobbled. haha
I awarded this simple blue and white quilt my "Teacher's Ribbon" because I thought that the quilting complemented the pattern beautifully. It was simple but elegant, and -- of course -- I can't resist a blue and white quilt! Still, the quilting on this sweet little quilt was amazing as you can see in the closeup.
I just like lighthouses, and this was a particularly well done version of a light house quilt.
Color, it just spoke to me. I have to tell you that the picture of the quilt looks really different from the quilt in person. Odd how that happens.
This was a group quilt where they took a picture and cut it up into pieces and each person did one part, then they sewed all the parts together. I have to tell you it was amazing. This is downtown Bentonville, AR home of the first Walmart.
This picture of the Victorian House was the best of show and it so deserved it. Done in 1/2" squares it was a reproduction of a cross stitch pattern! And the quilting was over the moon. It was stunning.
Hope you enjoyed the eye candy and will click on over to my BOM page (see the tabs at the top of the page, and download this month's free block of the month.
Thanks for stopping by.
Beautiful quilts! I can see it would be hard to pick winners!ReplyDelete
If you know the person that made the blue and white quilt from MQS, can you email me please. email@example.comReplyDelete
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Hola que maravilla de labores.......espero que con el tiempo yo pueda hacer alguna asi......un beso desde Sevilla.....EspañaReplyDelete