Yum…coffee, toast, BACON AND QUILTS! More for your enjoyment!
When you wander down each aisle of a quilt show it brings to the top the amount of talent that goes into making each and every quilt. Matching points, picking colors, strong stitches, pattern flow….so many things to see. I had to walk the quilt exhibit a couple of times (would have walked more if time was there), in order to begin to see the beauty! Here’s some more from Tri-County.
The Tri-County guild, located in Cypress, Tx. had a fantastic show a few days ago. I hope some of you made it, but just in case, here are a few pictures of their quilts. They hung approximately 265 quilts and had walls and halls full of great vendors! Sorry I didn’t take pics of the signs telling whose quilt it was and its story…I’ll try to do better next time. Meanwhile the next few posts will be honoring their quilts and quilters. Enjoy!
This is a king size quilt completed in shades of brown to beige and tan. Esther G. pieced it and will be giving it to a friend, I believe. Such a lucky friend. We did a lovely embroidered label for the back.
I love the neutral tones in this quilt. Even though I love playing with all the brights I can get, this is the type of quilt I would definitely use!