A group of quilters has started a virtual quilt show on Facebook. Each quilters has been nominated by another quilter to show one quilt a day for ten days. There is no commentary about the quilt. Then, that quilter nominates another quilter to show ten quilts in ten days. This has been an awesome show and tell from a number of quilting friends and friend of friends.
There have been so many beautiful quilts shown and talked about. It’s hard to decided which one I like best, but I have seen some patterns that I would like to make.
My ten days are over. I did miscount and posted two different quilts on day 5, so I posted a total of 11 quilts. Many of my blog followers are not on Facebook, so I will show all eleven quilts here.
Day 1 This is a small wall hanging. It is a miniature of a larger quilt found in a magazine.
Day 2 Frolic is a Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt.
Day 3 This is a block of the week bed runner. Miss Molly is showing her favorite block.
Day 4 This was made in Sue Pellon class at Vermont Quilt Festival. It is fusible applique with machine blanket stitch around the applique.
Day 5 #! This is red work flowers and hand quilting. It took longer to get around to doing this than it took to do it.
Day 5 #2 Shadows. I made this at a quilt retreat.
Day 6 Canadian 150 It was made in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. It is hand quilted. This quilt was supposed to be red and white but I used blue fabric.
Day 7 Vermont Windows was made in a class at the Vermont Quilt Festival.
Day 8 This was Blockhead block of the week. I have finished the blocks of a second blockhead, but haven’t put them together yet.
Day 9 My hand dyed fabrics were used in this quilt. It is heavily hand quilted. I changed the name of the pattern from October weekend to October Madness. It was hard to get all of the pieces in the right order. Some are not, but it’s hard to tell where they are.
Day 10 Basket and Butterflies. This quilt has won several blue ribbons, a best hand quilting ribbon at VQF, and viewers’ choice at Maine Quilts 2019. It is retired from shows. It is hand appliqued and hand stipple quilted.
I hope that you have enjoyed this virtual quilt show.
Have a great day and happy quilting.