They usually have several quilt displays which are such fun to see. There were some wonderful art quilts in one area. In another spot was a series of very artistic small quilts and fabric art pieces called "Breast Pockets" to honor women (and men) who have had mastectomies and have decided against reconstructive surgery. I should have snapped a photo of some, but you can learn a little about it here.
My favorite was group of wall-hanging size quilts had Autumn themes. All were so very creative and a delight to see! I snapped photos of a couple that inspired me, and actually seemed within my skill set. Maybe they will inspire you too!
|The First Leaf to Turn by Zeeta Magnuson.|
I love these brilliant sumac leaves!
|Branching Out by Carol Carter.|
It's hard to see, but the background is scrappy neutral diamonds.
Lots of layering in the leaves, and some even 3-D.
|Wish I could give credit for this one, but as you can see, |
I cut off the title and didn't realize it. But I love the quilt!
The quilter is from Wisconsin, and the title might be Fall Abundance.