Joy Early made this Baltimore Album. Joy does fabulous needle turn applique and it paid off for her. She won Best of Show and Guild Choice.
I love snowmen and this snowman quilt is so cute. Mary Clendennon of Marble Falls made this. If my memory serves me correctly, I think it got 1st place in the Seasonal Quilt category.
My friend, and fellow blogger, Vickie made this one. I love the embroidery and applique together. And of course the western theme. It won a ribbon too, 3rd place in the Special Techniques category.
Donna Swanger made this beauty, Amish With A Twist and I was privileged to quilt it. It won 1st place in the large quilts category.
One of the vendors, Katheleen with Stamps by Kate designed this quilt using her stamps, of course. It was a winner too.... 3rd place in the medium quilts category.
Mary Clendennon is always super busy making quilts, and she makes a lot of them. This is Ruffled Roses and it won 3rd place in it's category.... I think.
My friend Pauline McBride made this quilt for a wedding gift for her niece. It's a modern, easy version of the double wedding ring pattern. I was again privileged to be able to quilt it for her.
This may look familiar to some of you but it's not my quilt. I made my son Drew a similar one but this isn't it. Guess who made this one... yep Mary Clendennon. I told you she makes a lot of quilts.
And last, and certainly not least, is the sweet little churn dash quilt. I love the embroidery in the center of each churn dash block. And did you notice it's a miniature? It's only about 12" x 18".
I hope you enjoyed the quilts from the Quilt Show. New year, plan to see the show in person. It's always the last weekend in April. Mark your calendar now. It's the 10th anniversary and I think there are some special things planned to celebrate the milestone.