and her lovely civil war quilt. I have made this and loved every minute of it, Lou now owns that one. I am making another for myself, all blocks are done as well as the applique, need to put everything together (and I'm inspired to do that this weekend !)
Becky again, this is her own design. I remember her drawing the house. I also have the kit, never made, but I did play around with some different design options.
A handmade Dear Jane - and perfect too ! What can I say, doesn't get better than this. Made by the very talented Joan Petrelli.
The Caswell quilt, made by Margerite Connolly - fabulous red background ! Marguerite has a great eye for color.
Many versions of this pumpkin quilt were on show, some bigger, some smaller. Needless to say, I have this kit too, which came from Country Quilts years ago. Need to make it, they all looked so cute.
Margerite again, I believe - sorry the color looks so odd, in fact this was a rich blue/purple batik.
Janet's Bunny Hill calendar quilt - this was a freebie one year, and Janet made such cute blocks. Love the blue/grey setting colors.
Wool, made by Janis Magee - her quilts are just amazing, I looked at several in this show and they were all different, interesting, different methods and themes, from a truly creative person.
******* PS - The show is over now, and when I went to pick up my quilts yesterday, I found that both boutis had won a ribbon ! There was a visitors choice ribbon in a number of categories, and the boutis won for wallhanging and miniature. I was so thrilled, especially because this was a visitors vote, and it is important to me that people should love boutis !!!
Je suis super contente que mes boutis ont ete fort apprecies par les visiteurs, et ont gagne tous les deux un ruban pour la choix des visiteurs. C'est pour moi tres important que le "vrai" boutis soit reconnu !