This week I’m in Hampton, VA at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival. I do have a quilt in this year’s competition. You can see it here. Unfortunately it didn’t get any love from the judges. However, I thought you might like to see some of the quilts that did win awards (and some quilts that I thought were pretty cool even if the judges didn’t agree).
I’ll post some photos over the next few days.
This one is called Magic of the Rose and was made by Kristin Vierra, Joan Waldman,Gloria Miller, Marie Clark, and Sandi Kosch.
The background quilting on the Ombre fabric was stunning. This quilt glowed. It is called Star Struck and was made by Cheryl See.
The next quilt to share with you is jaw-dropping. This quilt is made from 12,256 hexagons. Make that, tiny, tiny, tiny hexagons.
Oh, and tons of embroidery work and even beading on top of it.
Look at how the colors move through the quilt top. I didn’t get a shot of the back but it had criss crossed bias strips. AMAZING!