13 May 2014

Wordless Wednesday

Birthday Star by Debra Giessler

New Zealand Wood by Ken Morrow, Colorado Quilting Council on Parade

Detail of New Zealand Wood by Ken Morrow, Colorado Quilting Council on Parade

Radiance I by Susan Garrity, Best Interpretation of Theme

Detail of Radiance I by Susan Garrity, Best Interpretation of Theme

Thirty-Thousand Stitches by Patsy Morris

Reverie by Mardi Carter, Colorado Quilting Council on Parade

Black Saves the Day by Susan Lee, SAQA Color Wheel of Emotion

Teal Starburst by Janet Massey, Hoffman Challenge

Pop Goes the Flower by Susan Garrity

Starburst by Peg Collins

Agave Garden by Tina Orlita

Aurora by Becki Dunham, Third Place

Detail of Aurora by Becki Dunham, Third Place

Detail of Fire in the Sky by Alice Kay Arnett, Judges Choice

Fire in the Sky by Alice Kay Arnett, Judges Choice

Detail of Fire in the Sky by Alice Kay Arnett, Judges Choice

Back Side of Fire in the Sky by Alice Kay Arnett, Judges Choice

Roman Tiles by Ann Petersen, First Place

Detail of Roman Tiles by Ann Petersen, First Place

Detail of Roman Tiles by Ann Petersen, First Place

7 comments :

  1. Wow, everyone is so creative and bright indeed, with something interesting taking seed. The wood shot is awesome too.

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    1. I agree, Pat. That wood one is just outstanding! I think quilting with fabric takes a lot of work. Can you imagine how much time it took to make all those wood pieces the right size?!?

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  2. Lovely geometric designs on some of these, and some intricate work, too.

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    1. I'm with you, Amanda. I love the detailing and the shapes. And the bright colors. And the beautiful stitching... :)

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  3. Awesome, awesome photos! I really like the quilt made out of wood...too cool. ((hugs))

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    1. Hugs back at you, Stitchy! I love that wood one, too; very creative!

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  4. How many quilting hours are represented here ... not piecing, but just quilting! Wow, wow, and wow.

    Fire in the Sky is so perfectly balanced in terms of light and dark, open spaces and busy spaces. What an eye she has.

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