Saturday, September 28, 2013
This is another hexagon quilt. We all started with the same black and white then added our own accent colors and background colors.
|This is the quilt I made. It is just the top. I have to finish it now.|
|This is Brenda's|
|This is Marty's|
|This is Diane's|
|This is our Christmas Quilt we will be making. I will probably make mine into three Table runners and not a quilt. That way I can have three different gifts ready for Christmas.|
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|This piece if made using the piece-la-kay (I do not know how it is really spelled but this is the way it sounds) method.|
|Close up of the back .|
|I wish you could see the edge of this quilt. It is braid. Just beautiful. Her show quilts take between 3000 and 5000 hours to make.|
|I just wish you could see some of this stitching up close. The quilting is just beautiful.|
|This quilt is all done by hand. Again, I wish you could see it up close. The workmanship is just beautiful.|
|The gold on the left is lame. The stitching is out of this world.|
|I wish you could see the edges of this quilt. So totally different. Too cool.|
|Sorry, these next two are foggy. I kept getting bumped. But you can still get the idea what the quilts look like.|
Well, That is all for now. Hope you enjoy all the quilts.
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Sharon Schamber Trunk Show was held at Thimble Towne Friday night. I really enjoyed it and thought I would share some of the photos with you. Sorry about the heads in the photos. It was really had to take photos.
|The middle is had painted. This piece was so beautiful|
|This shows some of the detail.|
|One of her first practice pieces. And this was done on a longarm machine. I still can't do most of this on a regular domestic machine.|
|This was embroidery on a long arm. All I can say is WowQ|
|If only you could see some of this up close you could see the detail. Unbelievable.|
I will try to load some more photos soon. Company arrived.
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Saturday, September 14, 2013
Today was the viewing of the Challenge for Kings River Quilt Guild.
The challenge was fairy tales and cartoons. You did not get to pick.....You were assigned your character by # then you got the envelope with that number which gave you your character.
Here are the quilts displayed.
|The Frog King - This piece won two prizes. Best use of color and Best Theme|
|Tinkerbell won best quilting and ? I forgot what the other one was|
|Jack and the bean stalk won most creative|
|Pinocchio by Picasso|
|Old Woman in the shoe|
|Puss & Boots|
Hope you enjoy all the challenge quilts.