10/20/11

Lone Star Fiesta Quilt Show

Do you have 15 minutes to go to a quilt show? Rob managed to capture the Lone Star Fiesta Quilt show by the Chisholm Trail Quilters on video. It's really like being there.

This is the show we went to with LD. She's the lady in blue that makes a face at Rob.

The quilt with the witch? It's titled "Self Portrait". What a sense of humor...or is it?

That red bag I'm carrying was purchased in the guild boutique. And, it was filled in the boutique. The bag only cost a buck. Great bargain.




In the beginning there are two bethlehem star quilts. One is the full sized raffle quilt and the other is a miniature that the maker donated to the silent auction. Hello, if I ever make something that wonderful, I'm being buried in it.

Take care and have a wonderful Thursday. I'm working from home and waiting for a repairman. Hoping I can keep from getting distracted. Quilts are calling. But, so is work.

Quilt

Work

Quilt

Work

Maybe I should find a daisy and do a version of "he loves me, he loves me not". Or maybe I better get my butt to work so I can afford to keep quilting.

Lane

8 comments:

regan said...

Thanks for the virtual tour of the quilt show, Lane! That was great! Some really beautiful quilts, and some really talented quilters in that guild!

Impera_Magna said...

Wow... what beautiful quilts! So inspiring... please thank Rob for putting the video together, Lane... and thank YOU for posting it!

Becky said...

Thanks for taking me along with you to the Quilt Show! Rob, you're the best! What gorgeous work. I loved the Charm Cathedral Window.....was that the old-fashioned way by hand, or the modern way by machine? Either way.....beautiful!

Anonymous said...

beautiful and lots of talent, thanks for sharing and giving inspiration . Bonnie , Va

Pauline said...

Almost like being there! I had to go back and stop the progress to check out a few quilts. Great tour.
Thanks Rob

qltmom9 said...

Oooo...THAT was fun. Thank you for the show.~ Some neat ideas!

Lucy~

lw said...

Tell Rob that his filming was quite good, and showed me what I wanted to see in terms of the quilting. *If* you ever make anything that wonderful? I think you'll be buried in your orange peel quilt. I don't know if I've ever seen one I was more impressed by, and I'm not sure it's even finished.

sally said...

That was fun. Thanks for sharing the quilt show. Is that Sydney with the white sunglasses? She looks like she's enjoying the show too.