Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Ft. Worth Quilt Show, Part 2



I spied this quilt almost the minute I walked into the show. Does it look familiar? It's our Nuts and Bolts quilt from the Quilt Sampler magazine - only the maker substituted a purple shot cotton. Did we get a design mention in the description? Heck no!














This quilt is Cinnamon Stitches (pattern by Piece O' Cake). I've always loved this pattern -but I don't own the patterns because I didn't know how to applique when it was published. The colors aren't clear, but the quilt was made with lovely reds, greens, and cheddars. It was also difficult to photograph because I couldn't back up far enough to get it all in.










Here's another shot that includes a portion of the vine border.


Being married to a guitar player, I just had to take a picture of this one!



I thought this quilt was really creative. It's all hand applique and the design inspiration was Broadway playbills. I think it was made for a theatre student.



That's all for tonight....more to come tomorrow!

3 Comments:

Blogger Hedgehog said...

Sorry the first person didn't mention her source - hopefully the pattern is famous enough that people recognized it!! All of these quilts are beautiful - thanks for sharing them.

11:18 PM  
Blogger Shelina said...

These are great! Thanks for the virtual quilt show.

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The quilt with guitars was done from a pattern without credit too. It was a pattern from Robby Joe Eklow and was sold through Quilting Arts.

10:57 PM  

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