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Day One of viewing the quilts at the International Quilt Festival Houston 2015

This is the second day of the International Quilt Festival in Houston.

My time has been limited to  visit the quilts, but yesterday between appointments during my lunch time I did a quick sprint around. I managed only two exhibits. The first one being

Challenge 5.

These are the quilts that I liked the best in those  sections and its not complete, I have more to add when I have the time.

I ask that you respect the creators of these amazing quilts and view them with interest but it is forbidden to use their image for any other purpose than for person vision. 

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Holi Joe by Kate Themel – Connecticut USA

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Inner glow – by Lisa Marie Sanders – Cocoa Beach Florida USA

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Trilobite Trackway, by Betty Busby – Albuquerque, New Mexico USA

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Drawing by Misik Kim – Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea.

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We all Dance around the Sun – by Sue Dennis, Brisbane Queensland. Australia.

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Village Green, by Alicia Merrett. Somerset United Kingdom.

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Blue – By Misik Kim, Yongsan-gu Seoul, South Korea.

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Particle Paths, – by Alicia Merrett. Wells, Somerset Untied Kingdom.

Challenge, No 1. Proposed by Martha Wolfe, Nine Minutes Challenge.

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Timelines, by Betty Busby, Albuquerque, New Mexico USA.

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Peas’n Honey – By Linda Teddlie Minton, San Antonio Texas.

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3 ‘Cans’ by Sandra Lauterbach, Los Angeles, California, USA

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That’s Amore – By Barb Forrister. Austin Texas, USA

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Mortie, Learns to read. By Ann Turley. Fall brook, California. USA

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Who has seen the wind, Ny Cynthia St Charles. Billings Montana USA

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Tutti Frutti City Street, by Sue Bleiweiss Pepperell, Massachusetts USA

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Rama Lama Ding Dong, by Jamie Fingal. Orange California USA

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3 Comments

  1. Pingback: Day One of viewing the quilts at the International Quilt Festival Houston 2015 | I am Pam Holland

  2. Incredible quilts, thank you for sharing with those of us who cannot get to quilt festival in Huston.

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