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Quilts from AQS Quilt week

I guess the quilts speak for themselves so while I have fast internet in my apartment here in Dallas, I’ll share as many as I can

I was struck by the technical as well as visual quality of this lovely quilt

Magical made by Joanne Baeth – Bonanza, OR.

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I’m a judge and I look at every quilt in detail. Having photos to go back over gives me a better perspective.

Grown too soon: – The boys of the Mines. – Patricia Kennedy Zafred, Murraysville, PA

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Taking the Unmapped Road, Margaret Solomon Gunn, Gorham, ME

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It takes ages to get puttees images into the blog and I will do more tomorrow.

6 Comments

  1. pamela armas says

    Now I know for sure that I am “not” a quilter! This work is not only beautiful but amazing…… I love the Japanese quilt. Thanks again for sharing.

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  2. It is so wonderful that you share with those of us who can’t travel to Paducah to see the show in person. I always enjoy your photographs and also your quilts!
    Thank you so much.

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  3. Wow, those are just wonderful. Real works of art. I knew that quilting was a big hobby, especially in the US, but have never seen anything like this. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Deb Bradbury says

    OMG…some of these quilts you are showing us are mind blowing….some very talented people out there. Thankyou for sharing with us…

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  5. Marlene Ham says

    Hello,
    Your work is absolutely wonderful. I accidentally clicked into it on face book.
    Such beautiful work. Thank you for sharing
    Marlene

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