What a great time we had at the Vintage View Quilt Show this past weekend! The Capital Quilt Guild, along with the Carolina Longarm Association banded together to create this wonderful show and it was amazing! Over 450 quilts were entered and the skill and expertise were obvious in all the beautiful quilts. Since I was vending at the show, I arrived early every morning so that I could get a chance to see all the beautiful quilts myself. Here are a few photos in case you missed it.
Botanikal by Lynne Turner-Lio is an adaptation of Robin Pandolph's "Botanika" pattern. Lynne added dimension appliqué to make this the Best of Show quilt!
Wilson, North Carolina by Frances Tillery shows many of the buildings in Wilson where Frances grew up.
Spring Bouquet by Karen West made from a kit by Laundry Basket Quilts and quilted by Suzan deSerres.
Dancing Batik by Noi Bland and quilted by Angela Clark.
Lollipop Trees by Sharyn Cole. This quilt is from a pattern by Kim McLean and was quilted by Suzan deSerres.
Arboretum by Sheryl Lucas was one of the first quilts Sheryl made. It was quilted by Ann Hull.
Smokey Mountain Feathered Star by Angela Clark. This quilt was part of a Dee Dalton Mystery Retreat, the pattern is Star Trekks by Dee Dalton and the quilting design is by Dawna Sanders.
Snails Trails by Gail B. Draney was a Saturday Sampler quilt for 2012 from Bernina World of Sewing. It was quilted by Jan Marie Potter.
I even managed to garner a ribbon of my own with my Acorns Away quilt which I created from a block I made for Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks magazine. My own design, my own quilting.
These cute little quiltlets were stitched up by Brenda Keeley for herself and her two sisters using my Tweet pattern. She said she made each of the quilts and gave two of them to her sisters but had to ask for them back so that she could enter them in the show. The next picture is a photo of the works in progress. I love it when customers send me photos of items created from my designs!
Hope you enjoyed this virtual little quilt show and are working on your own fun creations!