Sunday, April 10, 2011

Waco Quilt Show

The Wacky Pack Quilters (minus Annie) attended the Waco Quilt Show.  I have to say that there were some really neat quilts there.  I am posting some today, and will try to post more pic another day.  My pictures although I have edited them, are uploading sideways.  I don't know what is up with that!

This scenic quilt is a family life in 2009.  The pics following are close ups.

These are pillow wraps.  A really neat way to change your decor with the seasons.

These "Four Seasons" quilts are mounted on boards and are Snippit type quilts.  Really Neat!

Redwork is always a favorite.  A touch of green in each block was a welcome surprise.

This quilt was hand quilted.  The next photo is----unbelievable---
Tiny hand stippling in the background.
This is a combination of piecing and hand embroidery.  (it uploaded sideways, but doesn't really matter  aarrgghhhhhhh!)
Close-up of embroidery

A close up of a barn quilt that really caught my eye.  Look at the quilting here--loven those plaids.
An anique quilt on display--postage stamp--I have seen a million of them and never tire of them.

More later.  Questions and comments welcome.


Das Quiltmonster said...

WOW, what wonderful quilts!! Thanks for showing some pictures!!
Greetings from Germany!!

Betty C said...

I love them , they are gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing the pictures. It is nice to click on them and see them larger for the details. Thanks for that option.

Jen said...

Wow, gorgeous! Thanks for sharing! I love the first one!

Raewyn said...

What amazing quilts - thank you for taking the pics and sharing them.

ga447 said...

Thank You for taking the photos. It is amazing the talent out there.

Karen said...

I used to live in Waco but was not a quilter then. Your pictures show some beautiful and creative pieces.

Carol said...

Beautiful quilts, Thanks so much for sharing. I just found your site and I love everything about it. I am going to try do the boot blocks,but already behind!

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