The local quilting guild put on a quilt show on the long weekend in May. I tried to snap a few pictures and here are four of them. Some of the visitors inadvertently became part of this post. Hard to take a picture of the quilts in a crowded room. More photos to come in future blog posts.
This sailboat quilt has many different designs for the sails. Maybe, like me, you hadn’t noticed that at first?
The quilt shown below, with the tiny squares, is driving me crazy. I keep trying to figure out where the pattern begins and ends. Is it the four-square surrounded by the border of 12 little squares? But where do they begin or end?
Anyone who likes to read would love to have this bookshelf quilt hanging on their wall.
And then there is Gladys’s 150th birthday quilt of Canada’s provincial flowers. If you’ve forgotten which provinces the flowers represent, there is a link to click which will take you back to a post in which this quilt was still a work in progress. Gladys has quilted maple leaf motifs all around the edge of the quilt in variegated metallic thread. Beautiful job!
For a close up look at the quilting on this one, click the link below: