I took so many pictures, I needed to break it down into 2 posts. Today, I'll share the pictures from the first quilt show in Connecticut. The show was at the New England Air Museum and was organized by our friend Jackie from Canton Village Quilt Works.
The show was fabulous!!! The quilts are hung in the air museum, so the backdrop of the planes is just amazing. Not to mention, you can bring your husband with you too!!
There were so many beautiful quilts, these are just some of my favorites! I took pictures of the quilts and then the description cards to give credit to the quilter. If you are the owner of one of these quilts and do not want your quilt posted here, please email me and I will definitely remove it for you.
First up, and I'm so excited to show you, is my friend Tina's quilt!!
It's her Emerald Selvage Spiderweb Quilt!! So amazing...
Come on in to see more...
She used the selvage edge of all her fabrics that she's been saving for the spiderwebs and the border.
She was famous too! Had her own paparazzi taking pictures of her!!
I just love signature blocks and this quilt is one of my favorite patterns.
One word for this quilt...ADORABLE!!
Love this Halloween quilt. You can do this pattern with other holidays fabrics too!!
The black fabric in this quilt is amazing. I love the scrappiness in combination with the black.
I have a pile of t-shirts from my daughters and this quilt is such a great inspiration for me. I love the quilt blocks interspersed with the t-shirts.
This quilt was amazing...my absolute favorite with the fabrics and quilt blocks.
This is another beauty...this won the View's Choice Award!!
This quilt just makes you smile. Such a happy quilt.
Love this Christmas quilt. Another great pattern for scrappy quilts.
I love this log cabin variations.
Love this pattern and the colors...awesome!
This quilt was gorgeous in person. Pictures do not do this quilt justice.
This was the Dear Jane category...I'm green with envy with all of these.
The 1930's fabric was so cute!
The workmanship just blew me away.
This chicken quilt is so darn cute.
and this one is too!
These last 2 quilts are from the vintage category.
and last but not least, my favorite block of all time...the hexagon.
Love, love, love this quilt.
Hope you enjoyed the show. I'll have another post tomorrow with a few more quilts.