I didn't expect that it would be this long before I posted photos of some of my favorite quilts from the Dallas show. I had my nose to the sewing machine for about a week making 4" finished stars---almost 100 of those tiny babies I can't share the quilt just yet but it's pretty cute.
In my opinion, all the quilts in the Dallas show deserved a ribbon. Each was beautiful. I especially enjoyed this show because it contained many applique quilts. I'll share my favorites in the next few blog posts.
Pearl Perrera designs (P3 Designs) some really beautiful quilts. It was difficult to get a photo of Baltimore Christmas because people were always around it admiring the beauty. The maker did an outstanding job choosing fabrics and the workmanship was unbelievable. As you can probably tell by the number of photos I took I was quite smitten with it.
Equally stunning was Baltimore Autumn. I thought it was such a pretty quilt -- no ribbon. As you can imagine, the competition was very tough.
Baltimore Liberty was also very nice. I neglected to take any close up photos but it was beautiful.
These quilts just made me smile. Simple but sweet.
That should be enough to keep you inspired for a few days.
My week is shaping up to be a busy one. Tomorrow I see the eye doctor to see whether the eye drops I've been using the past two months have caused the pressure in my eyes to decrease. Tuesday I begin my 8-10 weeks of working at Sew Graceful Quilting. Debby and her husband will be at MD Anderson so he can receive radiation for mesothelioma. I'm excited about the prospect of being around fabric 3 days a week!
I'll be back in a few days and share more of the Dallas