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The Quilt Show part 2

There were so many beautiful quilts at the show.  Tamar Drucker had this onetamar-druckers-quilt1 and the phot does not do this beautiful quilt justice.  It’s over 10 feet wide and about 50 inches tall…

susan-wolman-hip-to-be-squareSusan made this piece for a class she’s teaching at the quilt cottage in Mamaroneck.  It’s pretty…

This is her challenge quilt – “The Princess and the Silver Pea”

challenge-quilt-susan-wolmanI love the face on her…she really looks distressed with that silver pea under all of those mattresses.

cat-quilt-3I won a 3rd place ribbon on this quilt that I did with two other guild members.  I pieced the center and the two borders were completed by the other “challenge” gals.  I thought I’d never enjoy trapunto and I was so wrong.  I can’t wait to work on the next piece which will be a huge quilt for my friend, MJ.


“It’s Bigger Than I Thought” won first in it’s category.  I’m amazed it did.  Howdy did the piecing on this, it’s fabulous.  I did free motion feathers from the visual center out and had so much fun.  Around the border I followed Howdy’s curve and rounded the corners to fit.

I can’t say enough good things about all of the volunteers over the weekend.  They worked hard!  The quilt hanging and quilt take down and return went really smoothly.  Thank you to everyone who spent any time working at the show…without you this couldn’t have happened!

Happy quilting!


2 thoughts on “The Quilt Show part 2”

  1. I’m looking for a company that will do a quilt of my daughter with all of her clothing but I wanted to include her face like a whole body made out of her clothing if that’s something you can you can you please email me back.

    1. Hi Suzie, thanks for reaching out. I don’t do commission work, there are a few quilters who do the type of commission you’re looking for. Try Lyric Kinard. If she doesn’t she may have better suggestions.

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