Here are my two recent finished doll quilts. The green one is true in color, but I don't know what happened to the one patch of squares. Yikes, this one is so much brighter, and not nearly so yellow as it appears. Anyway, there is a little surprise in the latter - a tiny four patch. I'm hoping to complete the quilting on many of my already basted, and ready to quilt, doll quilt tops. They are really a joy to hand quilt - nearly instant gratification, and a fun summer project, I think. Easily portable to work on on the porch, inside while "watching" tv, at a sew-in with a friend. I just love everything about them, and hope to hang some on a wall in a spare bedroom. For now, I do enjoy just looking through the growing stack of little quilts. Are you on the doll quilt bandwagon yet?
INDIANA 20th Century Colonial Revival Quilts AQSG 2012 Quilt Study Challenge Monroe County History Museum 202 E 6th St Bloomington, IN 03/01/13 thru 08/31/13 Tues - Sat 10:00 - 4:00
Inherited Quilts, 2013 A wide variety of vintage and antique quilts, Mennonite and Amish, inherited from friends and relatives. Good Library Gallery, Goshen College Goshen, IN 04/07/13 thru 07/12/2013 Mon - Thurs 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM Fri 8:00 to 5:00, Sat 1:00 to 5:00, Sun 3:00 to 11:00 Hours vary during academic breaks, summer and holidays 574.535.7418
'Star Study: Quilts from the 2010 Star Study Challenge' Quilter's Hall of Fame 926 S Washington St Marion, IN 04/04/2013 thru 07/20/2013 Thurs - Sat 10:00 to 3:00
KENTUCKY Elizabeth Richardson Quilt Gallery Permanent quilt wing with changing exhibits Opening exhibit (thru early 2013) includes 15 variations of Star pattern quilts in addition to quilts and textiles from the Richardson Collection. Kentucky Museum 1444 Kentucky St Bowling Green, KY Mon - Sat 9:00 to 4:00 EST