These photos are from The Milltown Quilter's quilt show in Colombia, Maryland.
(I planned on jotting down the titles and names, but my motebook did not make it home form work with me...)
However, the "information" placcards were pinned to the quilts - so I thought I could crop into the the placcard & get the information... I could, but then getting that to the right quilt proved far to frustrating - so here they are without information - sorry.
It took me awhile to figure out why I like this quilt... (the colors are like my star struck quilt.)
Love thte leafy border & the scrappy solid dark borders...
I like "fun-ky" what can I say...
Notice the cat print border - that is almost my signature look (although you can't tell by my recent stuff...)
love the colors - not quite monochromatic, but close!
love the two gradiations.
I guess you can tell by the county fair ribbon that this is a miniature... (I can see small cat prints in those hearts...)
By the same quilter... (my new book has this pattern - in normal size. Oh did I forget to mention that my special order book finally came in? I'll share more about that later...)
A log cabin variation & check out that Piano key border! Nice selection of black on blacks!
Those are EPP hexagon wreaths. I have some hexagon flowers (they might even have leafs) hopefully I have enough to create 1 wreath!
I thought these were Dogwood blossoms, they are beach roses.
One of my favorite quilts from the show.
A lovely monochromatic Chuppah.
My favorite quilt. This was part of a challenge using a greeting card as inspiration.
Does anyone still have that streaky tealy-purple fabric in their stash? (80's vintage?) Not that I want it - rather to show that you can still use it!