Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Northern Stars Do It Again!

Hats off to the NY guild, Northern Star, for putting on a great quilt show each and every year!  I don't know how they do it, but they do it beautifully.

Please respect the quilters by not pinning these photos.  I was unable to get verbal approval to post these photos, and have taken every step to credit the work.  If anyone sees her quilt and does not want it included please contact me and I'll remove it.

Here is my Best in Show -  YoYo City
I think it is so creative and lively and fun!












They had a Red & White challenge exhibit inspired by the Infinite Variety show in NYC in 2011.

Well done!!




Isn't this clever!  It worked, but not on my phone.



This was another favorite feature of the show for me.



This was my top pick - A dress  (address, love word play)

 






This was the big winner - Congratulations Bethany!  Her work is always visually stunning and her workmanship is perfection.



 I loved the way this quilter did a different design in each area of the quilt.  This one is bamboo.


And my favorite the horse and horse fencing - so creative~



I tip my hat to Steven, who worked on this appliqué quilt on the train!


Hope you enjoyed the show!  See anything that inspires you?

31 comments:

  1. It does look like a great show!! Love their mini r&w exhibit!!

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  2. WOW! I can see why the star won, it's stunning!

    Actually, all the quilts are simply beautiful.

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  3. Wonderful! Thanks for sharing Barb!!!

    Carolyn :)

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  4. Great quilts! I am especially impressed with the applique on the train. Thanks for the mini show!

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  5. Wonderful, thanks for sharing. XXX

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  6. Beautiful quilts! There is so much inspiration here. I love the little red and white quilts. This could be a fun guild challenge project. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pictures.I really enjoyed them.

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  7. great pix. I like the salsa quilt, the Banff star, the red and white minis, and the dress quilts. thanks for sharing them.

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  8. wow~!~ a nice show indeed~!
    thank you for sharing them. i think the one that i wanted to look at the longest was the red and white that was lent by carol auer. i really liked the use of so many fabrics coming together smoothly to make a stunning 'whole' and that appliqued border was wonderful~!

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  9. Wow! Yes, totally inspired...thanks
    Barb!

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  10. What great quilts! I especially liked the red and white exhibit. My guild is doing a red and white challenge -2 weeks until we share them and I hope mine will be done!

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  11. Amazing quilts, thanks so much for taking the time to do this post, it was wonderful.

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  12. The yo yo quilt is an Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill fame pattern. I always thought the designer was to be given credit when used in a show quilt.
    Did you notice if that was done while there?
    That has been a great show for many years, so good in fact the crowds are nearly as large as at a national show. You are right they do a terrific job! Thanks for sharing these beautiful quilts.

    Happy sewing

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  13. I can't imagine doing that applique on a commuter train. Must be a smoother and less crowded ride than I picture.
    The big Lone Star style quilt is beautiful. Everything looks so precise.

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  14. Thanks for the "show & tell".

    I have no way to scan the little red & white - what happens when you do?

    Quilters are so creative - thanks again for sharing.

    Judy

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  15. Thay're beautiful! I love that big winning star - it's stunning. Thanks for sharing the quilts with us!

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  16. These are all so great! Love that Salsa City, and the R&W little quilts are fantastic! What a great show!
    Thanks for sharing it!

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  17. Thanks for sharing! Love the red and white exhibit...and the dress (address quilt is wonderful!)

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  18. Oh, how inspiring. You know that second quilt jumped out and grabbed me. Lane

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  19. YoYoville is really fun! Some great quilts there; the red and white exhibit is very cool.

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  20. Very nice show. Thanks for posting pictures so those of us who weren't there can be equally inspired. Hard to pick a favorite, but I loved the Broken Star And the one on loan from Carol Auer.

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  21. Oh yes I have all the red and white quilts, must make some more.

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  22. "See anything that inspires you?" Hahaha! Thanks for sharing the show with us. Love "A Ddress", very clever.

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  23. Wow!!! Thank you for sharing those stunning quilts!!
    I love the red and white quilts.
    There are so many other great, inspiring quilts there I can't pick a favourite!

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  24. Those quilters certainly are Stars!!!! Every quilt was wonderful and amazing!! How clever is that A ddress. Thank you so much for sharing these with us.

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  25. I love seeing that the quilts were all made by the quilter. Thanks for the show.

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  26. The quilts are fabulous! I especially enjoyed Steven's applique quilt. I am impressed that he could stitch on the train!
    Thanks for sharing!
    ~Joyce in MI

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  27. wow , what a great tribute to the red and white exhibit
    I am sorry I missed the show this year, its one of my favorites in the area.
    thanks for sharing
    Bethany's quilt is amazing I loved quite a few of them
    Kathie

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