There are other quilters who should join Overachievers Anonymous. There are those who can't seem to stop at making the front of the quilt beautiful, they have the need to embellish the back as well:
Then there was this huge quilt, note the bottom of it spilling onto the floor, made of impossibly small triangles:
From afar it looked like the small triangles were merely printed on the fabric, but no, upon closer examination, one can tell that they are all individually patched together:
This quilt I like because it appeals to my inner-recycler. The quilter was standing next to her quilt explaining how she made this. She started out with squares of fabric and cut out the quarter-rounds from one corner. Then she took the remaining piece, the negative if you will, and used it in an alternating pattern with the quarter-rounds. No waste!
There's something for everyone at this quilt show. Animals are a favorite subject. This one I included for tangobaby:
This tiger has the most contented expression on her face, like she's just had a great meal and is about to doze of for her morning nap.
The workmanship on this quilt was very impressive, thus the first place blue ribbon:
This mushroom quilt was one of my favorites:
The details were incredible:
There were not one, but two embroidered rodents in this woodlands scene. The second one was inside the chantarelle:
That's all for today. I'll have more for you next time. There's still time to go to the show, it runs through Sunday.