Monday, April 7, 2014

More from the Mid Atlantic Quilt Festival

Here are some more quilts from the festival. Next Monday will be the last of the photos. I do hope you have enjoyed this tour of these amazing pieces of art.

Enjoy and I'll see ya back here Wednesday!


















































xx,
Michelle and the Bunnies

10 comments:

Raewyn said...

What beautiful quilts - and great photography too, Michelle. Thank you for sharing your photos!

Miss Holly said...

Oh my gosh!!!!! These quilts are amazing!!! What skill these quilters have....the quilting is just unbelievable!!
Thanks so for posting these...I can't stop looking at them!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

My goodness, I have never seen anything like this, Michelle, never! That dragon, that prince and princess, OH MY! I wish I could work with such artists to write a story to go with their quilting....that is SUCH A SENSATION! Have a great day friend! Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

These are just the most incredible quilts I've ever IMAGINED!

My dear, thank you for coming to visit. Yes, once a month is all I'm going to be able to eek out now. But I love you all, and will always come by to comment. Have a super day, Anita

Quilting Tangent said...

Thank you for sharing such wonderful quilts.
I don't have access to any shows nearby, so seeing this is my trip to a show. The quilting is so creative and special on these beautiful quilts.

Jules Woolford said...

Wow, these are incredible and I'd be hard pressed to pick a favourite.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Pretty incredible works - nice photography too.

I wonder what those folks' houses and yards look like ... they have no time to keep them up do they?

Natascha said...

Amazing- I love the bunny with pumpkin one and of course the horse one. I admire the craftmanship!

Createology said...

Every quilt is an amazing work of art. However...Oscar has won my DragonHeart!!! Thank you very much for sharing all the photos. Creative Quilting Bliss...

Carrie P. said...

OOOO! thanks for sharing those quilts with us.