Saturday, January 23, 2010

The Quilt Show in Tucson, Arizona

The show was wonderful... Lots of quilt and lots of vendors. I bought a few pieces of batik to add to my collection. I found one wonderful batik quilt that I loved but the picture came out kind of fuzzy so Im not posting it.
I just loved this quilt... so striking and wouldn't it be perfect for Christmas? I may have to start setting aside dark green and dark reds.


I love applique! Beautiful work!


Chocolate bunnies!! How cute!


Wouldn't this be a perfect pattern to use our 30's strips? I have a pineapple ruler at home. I'd like to give this one a try... maybe make a summery table runner? hmmmm....

5 comments:

Quilting Comfort said...

Beautiful quilts Deb. Glad you had a good time. Thank you for sharing.

Candy

Rebecca P said...

Wow, looks like a wonderful quilt show! I love the last quilt & agree it would be wonderful in the 30's fabrics.
Hey, guess what, I found some yummy Knoa white fabric the other day when I went shopping. They were also have an wonderful sale. some fabrics were a $1.00 a yard & some were $2.00 a yard. You know I stocked up on lots.

Scrapatches said...

Deb ... looks like a wonderful quilt show! Wish I could have shared it with you. ;-)
I really like the dark green/dark red quilt ... the squares look like a continuous background and make the rest of the pattern really "pop" ... beautiful work.
The bright pineapple quilt with the flower applique border would look fabulous in the 30's prints!
I went quilt shop hopping yesterday and bought a bunch of pretty 30s prints and an a lovely white TOT. I am loving those cheery repros this winter. :-) Pat

Quiltluver said...

Awesome pictures. I love to look a quilt show pics. Thanks Karen

Pearl said...

Thanks for the awesome pictures, Deb. I wasn't able to visit Tucson this year. This helps --KP
PS: I see you are an AZ visitor. I hope you don't mind if I mention try http://bit.ly/4q4PC1 for local quilting news.

I've been slowly pushing myself back to quilting. My back pain gets terrible in the mid day so early morning is the best time to sew.  ...