If you have been reading my blog over the last several March challenges you know that there was always one thing I devoted several posts to toward the end of the challenge and that was the quilt shows Kathy and I attended. Last year there were no shows due to covid. This year there were no quilt shows due to covid.
Therefore, I thought I would revisit shows from previous years and reshare some of the things we saw and what made them memorable. I thought I would start with the 2019 show that was held in Hershey.
Although I am a fan of traditional quilts this stained glass quilt caught my eye. This is definitely one to be hung on the wall and admired and not slept under.
I enjoy animal quilts all the more if they are whimsical.
There are always several pictorial quilts at a show.
If you know me there is no way I can pass up a cat quilt.
Not all quilts need to be colorful to be striking. Here is basically a black and white quilt.
As I said earlier, I tend to lean toward traditional quilt patterns. However, sometimes a modernistic quilt stand out.
A Baltimore album quilt is always pleasing. All those applique pieces.
What would a quilt show be without a wall of miniatures?
That will do it for today’s trip down memory lane. Tomorrow we will revisit another show.