When Debbie (Stitchin' Therapy) heard where Cori was moving she mentioned that they had a quilt show there and as luck would have it the show was just about the time I would be up there, I stayed extra so I could go :) When I got back and told Debbie I had gone she asked me how overwhelmed I had felt, overwhelmed doesn't even come close, I was awestruck seeing these amazing quilts in person. Here's some of the pictures I took, all blurs, crooked pictures and weird cropping are the fault of the photographer who doesn't usually use her phone as a camera.
The cats in this one were all thread painting.
I saw this one in person and still can't understand how it's a quilt.
This one because of the FMQ.
This quilt was huge and the cats were all applique.
This one literally made me gasp.
I was looking at this one closely when one of the white glove ladies came up and asked if I wanted a closer look, she showed me how it's all tiny curved log cabins. I told her I loved this one, it was so cute and she told me it was her quilt and I had made her day!
So nice to see this one is person, I've seen it many times online and considered making it, but it's a lot of paper piecing.
I also played on two longarms, which really makes me want one, but David refuses to add a room to the house so I can fit it in. I bought some fabric, but not much, the vendors section was so crowded and I much preferred to get back to the quilts.
So that's it, I've finally joined the ranks of Quilt Show Sharers, LOL. Can't wait for the next one.