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Walk the walk – images to make your day, International Quilt Festival 2015.

It’s not easy photographing the quilts, I had limited time, and sometimes the quilts are placed on   an angle so its difficult to place them square in the viewfinder. We all have to take our turn and you wait patiently for the persons in front of you to capture their images.

Then snap… so some of the images are a little crooked at times.

I would love to comment on the quilts, but I haven’t I guess its enough to say I like all that I’ve added to the blog. Well, in fact I like all the quilts on show  but its difficult to add the entire lot to the blog.

This category is Art Pictorial 

I may have them in the incorrect category as you go through, it was difficult to work it out sometimes. as I walked from one area to another.


Robbers Roost. by Joanne Baeth, Bonanza, Oregon. USA




Splash, by Denise Sargo. Sydney, NSW. Australia.



A totally different king of bird with his eye on you. by Anna Turek, San Juan Capistrano, California. USA


Ginkgo Breeze, by Pat Kroth, Verona, Wisconsin USA


Waiting for the Masters Hand, by Eileen Williams, Cedar Point, North Carolina. USA



Little Armored one, by Sonia Grasvik, Burien, Washington USA


Little Farm on the Prairie, by Enid Weichselbaum, Rochester, Minnesota, USA


Perseus Saving Andromeda, by Marilyn, Belford, Caldwell, New Jersey. USA


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  3. Suzanne says

    I took a class from Marilyn Belford! Fabric portraits and I fell in love with this painting with fabric. When I saw the bottom photo I knew it was hers before I read the name.


  4. After looking at all those stunning quilts Pam I’m to exhausted to leave a comment LOL You are amazing; just to walk past so many quilts is a feat
    but to take several photo of them as well !!!!!! Glenda


    • Morning Glenda, yes, indeed. Its a privilege to be there, and a joy to view the talent of others. I’m glad I could share just a little of the ambience.


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