Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Houston Quilt Festival Part 1

Hi ya! Well first off this week I want to announce that I am changing my blogging day back to Wednesday. My schedule is just nuts and I'm trying to get things organized for the new year. I can't believe it will be here in a few weeks. Good gracious!

So a couple of weeks ago, I went to the Houston Quilt Festival. Now I have been to the Quilt Market a few times, but never to the festival. OH MY GOSH!! Talk about eye candy OVERLOAD!!! I spent hours and hours taking photos of some of my favorite quilts. I'm talking HOURS. I took photos of every description and I was even lucky to get photos with some of the quilt makers with their quilts. Yay!!!

I have lots to tell you about this trip, but since most of us are getting ready for Thanksgiving tomorrow, I will simply share some of the quilts with you now and then finish up with some stories from my adventure later.

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Wishing you a wonderful and very happy Thanksgiving. I am so very thankful to have you in my life.
Hugs,
Michelle

7 comments:

Jeanette said...

Wow. The quilts are fabulous. Hugs, xx

Darlene said...

Stunning....they are all so amazing. Thank you.

Kristy said...

What inspiring quilts! Thank you for sharing not only the quilts but their stories. That makes the quilts even more special. Have a peaceful Thanksgiving. K-

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Oh my goodness--look at all that color and the shapes and all the work that is in each and every quilt--beautiful--just beautiful--
thanks for sharing--
Happy T-giving to you and yours--
love and laughter and blessings-di

Kris said...

Yowza!! Now that is an amazing display of some very incredible quilts!! My VERY favorite is Donald in Light!! That much work and beauty escapes my imagination!! Thank you Shell for sharing these quilts and their comment cards!! Happy, happy turkey day to you and yours!! May we all be continuted to be blessed and I love that you are the daughter I always wish I had!! xoxoxox

Tina said...

Such beautiful, beautiful quilts! What talented ladies!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family (both two and four legged ;)

JudyCinNC said...

Positively beautiful - can't wait to hear about the adventures. So thankful for friends like you on this wonderful day of Thanksgiving. Judy C