Wednesday, November 15, 2017

2017 BSQ Show - Part I

Hello there.  It's been a busy couple of weeks but I'm back to share quilts from the Brownstone Quilt Show 2017 Show.

The quilts are followed by their info cards.  I did a bad job taking these phone photos. I even missed a couple sorry about that.

on with the show....
This is a charming quilt that is perfectly made, but was hanging badly when I took this - I am sure it was fixed before showtime.
 Whoops, I didn't get the card - this is Norma's selvage quilt above.
I this this is Gentle Thoughts by Maureen (let me know if I'm wrong).

Isn't this a great action shot of hanging some of the smaller quilts?  The are hanging quilt on the opposite side at the moment, lol.
Today I shared quilts made by friends and members.   I posted mine on FB and Instagram and will also post them here next week (just for my record).
I haven't had time to get back to my baskets - but I have picked a few more bow tie blocks to go with them.

See you next week with more quilt show photos.
xo

21 comments:

  1. I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite!! Looks like a fantastic show with lots of talent!

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  2. All such lovely quilts--amazing teeny hexagon baskets...thanks for sharing your visit...hugs, Julierose

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  3. Thanks for including me in your post. Wasn't it a great show? We are fortunate to have so many talented quilters in our guild!

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  4. A great show. I have to say that I love the quilting on the witch quilt. Very creative!
    Looking forward to seeing your entries.

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  5. Very funny action shot :0) Thanks for sharing your pictures from the show.

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  6. That is a fabulous collection of quilts! Thanks for sharing, especially for those of us who don't live near cities where most of the quilt shows take place.

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  7. This was so much fun for me to view as I know these people!!! Great quilters and I'm sure it was a wonderful show.

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  8. Thanks for sharing! I don't get to go to many quilt shows, so really enjoy the online versions.:) That is a wonderful version of the bright bowties! Loving that border on it.

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  9. They are all beautiful and I heard from Barbara S. that your OBW was a winner too! I really love the one with leaves. It looks like they may be done in wool.

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  10. Great showing of quilts!! Where did this take place?

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  11. Lots of wonderful quilts from lots of very talented quilters. I'm glad you got to participate as well.

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  12. Thanks for the show! I am behind in my baskets too!

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  13. Lots of beauties in this post ! Thank you for sharing Barb !
    Hooray for the quilt swap ...and for the swappers ! :)

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  14. It was a great show! Thanks for sharing all these pics so I can get to see the quilts again! Really enjoyed Norma's Swap-A-Mania and selvage quilts. Loved seeing all your quilts, too, with ribbons attached! Congrats!

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  15. Perfect show to enjoy with my morning coffee! Thanks for posting, Barb!

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  16. Beautiful quilts, so great to see them all!
    Wonderful to see your design wall too, always fun to see quilts in progress.

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  17. What fun to see so many different design styles! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. I always love you sharing the quilty parade! Stop tempting me with those sweet little baskets! MUST. STAY. FOCUSED. ON. MY. TAKING. FOREVER. FRIENDS. OF. BALTIMORE.....!!!

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  19. Fun to see these--thanks for giving us a mid-Fall quilt show!

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  20. My bowtie block said, "Pick me, pick me!" And...you did! Seriously, I can't wait to see how you mix them with the baskets. I have never seen a basket quilt that I didn't like! Looking so forward to the next exchange! Happy Thanksgiving, Barb! :)

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  21. I enjoy local quilt shows. The variety is outstanding. And I find quilts that I think I could make. (Unlike Really Big National Shows, which have beautiful quilts that I admire but would not tackle. Good thing the quilt world is large and accommodating.)

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