May 19, 2010

Home Machine Quilt Show

I feel like I've had so much to write about here!  A week and a half ago, I went down to the HMQS event in Salt Lake, and now I'm finally getting to share some pictures with you.

by Diane Johnston Quilted by Cory Allender
 Upon first impression this quilt looked like machine embroidery.  It's all reverse appliqué!

by Cynthia England
 I love how some can take a beautiful photograph and make it even better with fabric.
by Debra Combs
 This quilt looks like plain pinwheels, but at closer look they are all mini log cabin blocks.  Such tiny pieces - I hope it was paper pieced!

by Judi Madsen - of Green Fairy Quilts
 Love the color combo in this one, and the quilting is beautiful!

by Amber Robertson
 I loved these flowers!  Couldn't help myself :)

by Rhonda Montgomery
 this is such a fun quilt, all the details added were so cute and fun!
by Kathi Carter
 This one was so pretty, and looking closer the flowers are all folded fabric.  The texture was amazing!

by Pam Hadfield
 I love how happy this quilt is - when I decide to do "real" appliqué the Aunt Millie books are where I will go.  :)
 Finally an antique quilt I couldn't resist photographing -
 You can enlarge the picture to read more, but it was made around 1875 - 135 years old!
I think it's pretty amazing to see some designs last the test of time.  Makes you wonder about the quilts you are making today....hmmm.  Always add a label!

Hope you are inspired to make a quilt ~
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Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oh wow, amazing quilts Thanks for sharing the pictures.

Barb said...

Thanks for the show - so many wonderful quilts here! I love the red background on the applique' daring and wonderful!

Miss Nancy said...

Thank you for sharing your pictures. These quilts are wonderful, unique, and fun. A good job, well done to all of the makers and quilters. And to you for sharing your great pictures.

Have a great day.

Mary said...

I will never stop being amazed by the talent of quilters all around the world - what spectacular works of art. It is so heartwarming to see 100+ year old quilts that are still around as a legacy of the person who created it. Amazing pictures - thank you!

Wendy_MT said...

Thank you for the pictures, Amy! At first glance you hardly can tell the wonderful detail you captured in the close up pictures...WOW!! Thanks for sharing! Have a super day :)

bethanndodd said...

Those are beautiful...I especially love all of the folded flowers. One day I will have the time (and patience) to put all of that work into a quilt. Thank you for sharing.

Sherri said...

These quilts are all amazing...thanks for of the first quilting classes I ever took was from Cory Allender...the quilter in the first photo...she is a great teacher!

Anina said...

Wow Amy! Thanks for sharing.

sarah r said...

very inspirational quilts. thanks for posting.

the momma said...

oh my, these are amazing!!! thanks for sharing!!

Diane J. Evans said...

Thanks so much for the pictures, Amy -- I've been wanting to attend this show, and I live so far away that it hasn't been possible yet. Great photos -- and, yes, great inspiration.


"Lois Grebowski" said...

wow! Thanks for the pics! Those are some beautiful quilts. I hope that with practice I'll be able to tackle projects like this.

That log cabin pinwheel quilt looked fun!

amy smart said...

Great pictures, Amy! I'm so glad you shared. That hexagon quilt is amazing!!

I almost made it to the event this year - I thought about you when I saw it. :)

sewmeow said...

Thanks sew much for the show. Cynthia England's quilts always look just like a photograph..what talent.

Karen said...

Thanks, Amy! Really inspiring to see all those beautiful quilts!!!!!

~Dawn~ said...
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mom said...

I have been forever pondering how I want to do my granddaughter's quilt and you've now given me some creative inspiration with the folded fabric quilt! YAY! How fun would THAT be to try?! :-)

Tammy ~@~

Vicki said...

Amazing. I really like the pinwheel/log cabin one.

Allie said...

Oh gosh what great quilts - I LOVE those folded flowers, how amazing!!!

OUR CLAN said...

Hi, I did the flower quilt. I am glad that you liked it. I loved the pattern and just had to make it.