My busy weekend included a few hours among other quilters--at the biannual show put on by the Camarillo Quilt Guild. There were a few hundred quilts to look at and I could have taken pictures of all of them, but managed to restrain myself. My mom and I enjoyed the exhibits very much. I'll share some favorites over a couple of posts.
I seemed to have been drawn to a lot of quilts with mixed piecing and applique--which is a goal of mine in a future project.
So simple with the 9 patches and flower appliques.
My blurry picture aside, this was a sweet calendar quilt of Victorian ladies with embellishments of charms, buttons and embroidery.
May's block had this adorable puppy with a bee at his nose.
Multiple "stack n'whack" quilts were in the show. This was definitely the showiest!
Interesting all neutrals quilt with very sharp piecing skills.
All Japanese fabrics. I liked the offset squares and indigo fabrics.
A Ricky Tims Convergence quilt. The diagonal lines in the borders added a lot. Mom and I looked at all the vendors and I fondled fabric but did not buy anything. We had the most fun in the guild's boutique area--a flea market of old books, vintage and antique quilt tops, and all sorts of leftover kits, fabric, patterns, and tools. More quilts next time!