Wednesday, July 28, 2010

More Long Beach International Quilt Festival; No Reply

I've gotten a little traffic from the giveaway from Trends and Traditions.  I reply to all comments but there have been a bunch that have come up as "no reply" bloggers.  Acknowledging comments is something that means a lot to me so I'm sad when I can't, especially to first time visitors.  So, readers, please double check that your profile says "show email"--otherwise I can't say "Hey" back!

Here's some more eye candy from our fantastic Saturday.  All photos were taken at the Long Beach International Quilt Festival:
Fabulous piecing on this star.

Another wonderful antique.

It is hard to see, maybe impossible, but the quilter repeated the applique leaf's shape in the quilting.  This was hand quilted. 

Amazing realistic wallhanging of fairly large size.  Love the kitty!

This was one of the quilts in the Hoffman Challenge fabric exhibit.  The fabric was paisley.  I loved the 1920's glam and styling in this portrait of "Margaret".

Large size quilt with astounding piecing and proportions.  I loved the red piping emphasizing the scallop around the rays.

A closeup of the center medallion.  Fun fabrics!

One day I will make a Lone Star.  This was very vibrant and happy.  There are a few photos left to share, plus news about my giveaway for my 200th post.  Stay tuned!


Quilt Hollow said...

It is interesting to see quilts make the rounds at the shows. I spy two that I've seen elsewhere before. Still beauties!!

carol fun said...

I love seeing the pictures. Thanks for sharing them. I too want to make a Lone Star quilt one day and it too will be bright and happy!

belinda said...

Wow.....I loved all the quilts....I too want to make a 'star' quilt one of these days!! Let me know when you are ready and maybe we can do one together/along side/at the same get the message!!

Vivian said...

Lovely quilts, all. The red/navy quilt with curves and points and piping looks fabulous.

Interesting that Mary (Quilt Hollow) has seen a couple elsewhere. I didn't even think about the possibility that some of these are almost "on tour." Very interesting.

Kathie said...

beautiful quilts and yes hopefully someday I will get to make one too! that Lone star is amazing love the colors too!!!!
thanks for sharing the pictures.

quiltmom said...

Some really gorgeous quilts in the show.
Annie did you know that you won the giveaway on Heather mulder peterson " trends and traditions is her blog. Congratulations on your win.