Castles in Moonlight

Castles in Moonlight
Have plenty more castles!

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Eye Candy time again!

OK!  How many purses can you make... this is the inside of the lastest one.  Pocket for the cell phone on the right.  Another small pocket for other important things.

Turn it over, one big pocket, and another that is down inside that one.  Kind of a hidden pocket.

Now for SMQ's quilt show.  Well worth going to!  Love the quilting in this one!  By machine... I'll never get to this level!


Lots of dogs in this show!

I love the bright color quilts! 

And great quilting in this one too!!!

Here's mine!  Spare Logs.  Plenty of fun making this one!

Very soft colors and exact work.  I love it.  I'll never do something this exact.  Just goes against my mess creative side!

This quilt was beautiful!!! 

Look at the quilting in it!  BY HAND!!!

This got just for fun!  Too cute and great quilting in it!

Close up!

Again!  Fun stuff!!  Are you sure he's ours?

Nice log cabin variation!!!

Tone did this for he grand baby and didn't tell her daughter!  So she came and got a nice surprise at the show!!!

Just love this one!  Has circles!

Here's mine!  Hard to see the flowers in the rectangles.  All hand quilted!

Some were on display only.  This was a kit all hand cross stitched and hand quilted.  Very sweet and wonderful to see it done.

Love this one!  Appliqued!  Very cool.

And Best of show!  Can you guess who did it?  You know!  Linda Roy!  She's a super quilter.  All hand done!  These are my colors!  I'll never make one this intricate.  Rouching, embroidery, all kinds of techniques in it!

Look closer!

Just beautiful.

Lots of tiny stitches!

And Mali's quilts!  I found myself drawn to her work!  Just great!  Wonderful colors and unexpected shapes!!! 

I was taking pictures of quilts and realized that I took pictures of all her entries! 
The show was fun.  I got to see lots of people from SMQ.  I dropped out of that guild over a year ago.  Just didn't want to drive down in to Knoxville anymore.  I found other great guilds much closer to home.  One in Oak Ridge, and one in Norris.  Then I joined the Modern quilt guild in Knoxville, but they meet Saturday morning.  Each guild has it's own "style" and "flavor" of quilting.  It's fun to see the quilts.
Got to get sewing!

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