My guild had its biannual quilt show this past weekend. The show looked great!
Our judge this year was Scott Murkin from North Carolina.
My Harvest Moon and Pumpkins got a second place. the pattern is from Blackbird designs (with alterations.)
Raspberry lemonade (which should have been Strawberry Lemonade for those of you who also did this blog project!) received a third place ribbon.
My Pink Spider Web didn't get a ribbon but it is still my favorite quilt.
I also entered my little shirtings wallhanging "Augusta in April." These are all recycled shirts in colors we see here in spring. I machine quilted it in the wavy modern style. Learned a lot!
And also in the non-judged category I put my Halloween tumblers. It was a just a fun quilt. I also quilted this myself on my domestic machine. Just went through the photos and realized I don't have a good one of this! duh...will post a photo later!
We also had great vendors at this show...lots of wool, baskets, storage systems, machines, and of course fabric. Our local quilt shop had a fatquarter special of 20 FQ for $25!
The guild tried something new this year. Instead of door prized they had drawings on special baskets...$1 a chance. These were great prizes. Both of the local shops donated a sewing machine! There was a vacuum cleaner, several baskets with sewing items, a dog care basket, a coffee basket, and a tourist in your home town basket with tickets to various museums.