from now until the 17th of May. There are a lot of quilters in this town and
wow do they make some beautiful quilts! There was everything from bed
sized quilts to lap quilts to mini quilts and there were pictorial quilts, hand
pieced quilts, paper pieced quilts and machine pieced quilts. There were
even a few that were over 100 years old! We had a great time and I took
a few pictures so everyone could enjoy them. Click on the pictures to make
them larger and see more detail.
This one was an adorable mini quilt with tiny flannel shirts on it. Each shirt had a pocket, collar and buttons--too cute!
I love the coloring on this one too. I didn't get to read the story on this quilt, but I am certain it represents a certain clan from this area.
This was one of my favorites. It was paper pieced (the fabric is sewn to individual pieces of paper) It was very realistic looking--the colors the quilter picked were perfect.
This was amazing in person--incredible detailing and tons of different fabrics.
An Alaska theme quilt--click to make larger--it's really neat!
I love the fall colors and intricate piecing.
This was a favorite--the quilter used fabric to depict the Northern Lights.