I really can not figure out how this was made or what techniques were used. I looked at the book that talks about the quilt and the person who made it. I couldn't find this number in the book??? So ...all I can say is I love the colors and design.
Ditto on this one what I said about the previous one. I just enjoyed the colors.
I wish I knew if this was all hand appliqued or not. I love applique and want to get back into it some time. I took a class a few years ago but have not attempted making a quilt yet.
This one looked better at the show...than in this photo. I enjoyed the appliqued blocks.
I went upstairs and took this photo of all the vendors selling their goodies. Everything you can imagine that you could ever want or need to sew quilts with are sold at these shows. This was the first show that I have attended that had 2 booths selling yarn supplies for knitting and crochet. One booth I visited had the prettiest shawls and neck wears that I have ever seen. She sold them in kits and was asking at least $65 for each kit and I just could not bring myself to purchase one. I asked if she had a web site and she doesn't. She is just traveling around to shows I guess, because she does not sell at a store either. You can not take photos of any of the vendors so I can't show you what I saw. Maybe I will see something similar in a magazine or book someday. They really were very attractive.
I took about 200 photos but like I said before... most just did not turn out very good. If I would have had more time I would have liked to take a tour of the Capital Building. I read that it is one of the nicest ones in the country.