Last Sunday I took a drive with my friend, Pauline, to Somers NY for the Annual, yes, Annual Northern Star Quilters Quilt Show. These ladies put a show on each and every year and I say hats off to them!
They hold it the weekend before Mother's Day, or the first weekend in May.
Here are some of my favorites:
Very pretty color scheme and wonderful quilting.
This is such a graphic and striking pattern, especially from a distance.
Beautiful feather quilting here
What a pretty basket quilt, I love the 2 sizes.
Yea, a selvage quilt!! I looks like she painted the letters on. So clever and super fun!
I love the sense (cents) of humor here, ha ha pun. She has affixed token of all kinds to her "token art quilt". So funny and well done.
There was also a display of several antique quilts, which was a treat. This is a great GFG, I think.
Of course, I love this nine patch beauty with the streak of lightening setting. Great fabric study!
This was a very happy and colorful quilt
As part of my Cinco de Mayo menu last night, I decided to try the Skinny Girl Margharita. I have a 2 word endorsement: Oh Yes!
Whether you are gardening, sewing or spending time with family or friends, I hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day weekend.
**p.s. added after publishing:
Barbara Brackman did a post on my 2 recent Civil War themed projects. I was very honored, as she is the leading authority in all things related to Civil War era quilting . Click here to see it.