Here is a parade of the quilts that were entered in the county fair. There were fewer than most years but I think the average quality was higher. It also meant none of them had to be folded over racks; they could all be hung and seen in their entirety. That's a pretty big silver lining!
Let me take you for a virtual walk around the building...(PS If you click on any picture, you should get a larger version you can look at more closely.)
I believe this is a Farmers Wife Sampler quilt (read more here). One hundred and eleven 6" blocks!
In the following quilt, the darker fabrics in the blocks were wildlife scenes (deer and such) fussy cut to fit the squares. I thought this layout was a nice way to use a "feature fabric".
Beach theme--a lot of applique here.
A lovely arrangement of leaf blocks. I really appreciate the added time taken to make a "piano key" border.
I hope you have enjoyed this little quilt tour. Quite a talented county that takes their quilting pretty seriously! :)
Section sewn............. - Yesterday I cleared off three tables, finished basting my friend's quilt, mixed two batches of cookie dough and got a ten row section sewn on my other fri...
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