I submitted three pieces, two of which I hadn't quite finished...and with everything else, it is a great push.
I am really unhappy with the quilting in this....my hands simply are not co-operating as I can't control the swirls as I once did...geometric forms I can pretty much handle, but the others....OYE!
here), and her portrait which is heavily stitched. Several of Fran LaSalle and Pam Geisel's pieces are seen to the left.
Here's just a taste of one of the aisles of quilts, just after we finished setting up. Over 97 bed sized pieced quilts are on display.....The vendors are really yummy too! Chris Landis and Anna Fricker have a booth in vintage buttons, linens, feedsack fabrics and miscellany that I couldn't pass up...no fabric per se for me to bring home, but some buttons and some lace, and feed sack which is going to be made into something for my niece....I can't mention it here as I don't think she reads my blog....but stranger things have happened.