More photos for you to enjoy.
“Visible Light” by Julie McAllister. Californian graphic designer, Carl de Torres asked me to convert one of his designs into a wall hanging for his new house. It represents all the light in the sun. Copyright- Carl de Torres.
“Swell” by Pat Forster
“Pods” by Pat Forster.
Fran (Frances Schifferli) & Liz ( Elizabeth Humphries) with Liz’s quilt, “Amber & Jet”.
Liz with her quilt, “Southern Stars”. Liz tells me she really enjoyed seeing so many people and loved doing white glove duty.
First time entrant, Helen Dalgleish did an amazing job of showcasing her two grandchildren, “Natasha & Annabelle” aged two years in this portrait quilt. I loved this one.
“Chorus Line”, such a joy to view this. Quilt by Julie McAllister. A fun design that helped her use up her never ending scrap pile.
This rainbow quilt made me feel happy. Quilt by Pam Mees.
“Red Japanese” by Cathie Gamble and quilted by Carol Brady. Cathie had fun with Japanese prints during Covid lockdown. She enlarged a block from Tula Pink’s book, City Sampler.
“Extra hot, Extra shot” by Susan Rule. Her quilt reflects how she likes her coffee. She says thank you to Little Owl, Myaree for the raw materials!!
“On the way to Sante Fe” by Jan Rowe. This quilt was inspired by the architecture of adobe buildings in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
“Empty Streets” by Phil Thomas. Inspired in the early weeks of the pandemic by the image of a tourist street in Spain, usually full of tourists, but eerily emptied by Covid.
Part 3 to follow on Monday.
Hope you are enjoying all of these wonderful quilts.