Saturday, March 27, 2010

String-A-Long Quilt Show, Part 1

Popping in to share the antique quilts that were exhibited at the local guild show.  The first three quilts are part of the county exhibit.   

The quilting on this sawtooth star was amazing.  Wouldn't you love to see the full quilts!

This log cabin was folded with only a small section displayed. Unfortunately, the info sheet was pinned to the quilt.  This was one of my favorites - very soft colors.
Next, a 30's quilt.  Again, beautiful hand quilting!


I saved the best for last!  This quilt is owned by a guild member - part of a small antique display.  Another example of beautiful hand quilting and wonderful applique!


10 comments:

Janet said...

WOW!! These antique quilts are incredible!! The handquilting is very inspirational. Lucky you to get to see these quilts in person - Thanks so much for sharing your pictures.

Kathie said...

where was the lady with the white gloves???
would have loved to see the whole quilt!
oh yes that last quilt is just amazing I would love to own that one
Kathie

sewprimitive karen said...

Really, I'm going to die over the quilting in the antique quilt!

Lori said...

Lovely quilts and the handquilting is amazing!! My favorite is the last one too. Thanks for sharing their beauty with us!

Sharon said...

Thanks for sharing these incredible quilts...the hand quilting is amazing!

Meredith said...

Thanks for sharing the quilts with us. They are really nice. I like each one.

Janet said...

What a shame the whole quilt couldn't be displayed.they are all stunningly beautiful. Thanks for sharing them.

Pat said...

Just beautiful works of art for sure. Happy Quilting!

Dolly said...

Wow, the clamshell quilting on the last quilt resembles todays machine-quilted bubbles. I was wondering the other day if anyone ever attempts doing the bubbles by hand, and by golly, this quilter pretty much did back then !
Awesome quilts.....thanks for sharing ...... we might never have seen them otherwise !

Barb said...

Be still my heart - the quilting is breathtaking!
I love the applique quilt -
Thanks for a lovely post