|Plus Size by Robyn Croft|
I think this was my absolute favourite quilt, so much colour and movement
|Flower Power by Christ Behersing|
Flower were originally made to cover moth holes in a woolen blanket, then she kept adding them
|My Anna Maria by Eileen Hoyle|
How could I not love this one.
|Dinner Party by Mary Metcalf|
The coloured quilting on this was particularly stunning .
|Hexies by Moonlight by Mary Metcalfe|
|A Wing and a Prayer by Mary Cathie|
Pattern from the book 'Quilting from Little Things' by Sarah Fielke
|Dance Floor by Cheryl Houston|
|Almost Neopolitan by Maureen Stroud|
All blocks from Tula Pink's City Sampler book, this quilt was huge and featured fabulous fussy cutting.
|Kete: Congraduation by Louise Saunders|
Maker's own design, inspired by a traditional Kete.
|No Idle Moments by Carolyn Van Wonderen|
|Cream of Heart by Jill Young.|
Each block was made up of 1000's of french knots - awe inspiring,
|A Kaleidoscope of Liberty Fabrics by Val Troost|
|Iridescent Bali by Vimla Govinder|
Pattern from Quilt Worx
|Mediterranean Hexagons by Margaret Read|
From Quilts in Morrocco by Kaffe Fasset. I was particularly intrigued by the use of brown civil war prints as the contrast in this quilt.
|Axminster Carpet by Cheryl Houston|
Inspired by carpet in her hallway.
|Colour is Everything by Ngaire Fleming|
Pattern from 'Savour Each Stitch" by Carolyn Friedlander
|Curtain Fabric Samples by Debbie Jones|
All linen, which showed up the different quilting patterns beautifully.
|Southern Stars by Mary Hawke|
This quilt was amazing, 369 hand pieced stars, some fussy cut and over 730 different fabrics were used.
And of course a day out at such an even always requires a little retail therapy, so here is the "look what I've treated myself" to photo:
Well worth a visit if you are after some crafty quilty inspiration this weekend.
Linking up to Wandering Camera at Whims and Fancies.