This quilt called "A Felted Garden" was made by Vickie Clontz of Rockwell, NC.
I was so intrigued by all the fabulous texture on this quilt.
I loved how she used batiks to create the most interesting leaves.
Look at all the detail on those strawberries!
The vines and pea pods were so cool...
and I loved the pumpkins! This quilt was stunning to see in person. I hung out there for a long time enjoying each detail.
Next from Judith T Meyer of Richmond, VA we have "The Civil War Diary Quilt."
All those incredible blocks all perfectly pieced! Then all those quilted feathers in the borders! Whew! That sure is a lot of work!
This quilt by Jennifer Day of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is called "Layers of Memory." It was thread painted! I'm always in awe of folks that can do that. I'm terrible at it!
Of course, you know how I love critter quilts. Isn't this pig adorable? Look at all the fabrics that were used to make this quilt! The creator of this quilt, Shannon Shirley of Woodbridge, VA calls it "Stop and Smell the Flowers." I thought it was so sweet and it made me smile big!
Finally on our tour today is "On the Way to Grandmothers House" by Sheila Riess of Ellicott City, MD. I love the color in this quilt.