Monday, 14 July 2014

Back home....but back in Bend..

I went to Quiltworks first, the sign says it all.
 Great wool inspiration corner with projects, patterns and wool pieces.
 More wool and a peek at batiks.
 Wool mat.
 Quilts hanging from the rafters and the railing from the gallery above.
 Street of Dreams by Nikki Cooper.
 Whimsy by Kristin Shields inspired by Gwen Marsden, Mary Lou Weidman, Sue Spargo, Jude Hill and Tonye Phillips .
 Supermodel Babes by Sally Black representing herself and family friends.
 Girls on the Fence by Tuesday Tushies, adapted from Joan Jaeger's pattern with permission.
Everywhere a Chick Chick by Mary Ann Lisk inspired by Mary Lou Weidman's book Out of the Box Blocks.
 Nathan's Bugs by Jane Jensen-Davis.
 Young Love by Bev Piper.
The following quilts are all by featured artist Cindy O'Neal, first is Lunar Illumination.
 Detail of trunk and leaf stitching.
 Wander Lust a guild challenge.  Her husband suggested the money tree.
 Hunks of men and chocolate dipped strawberries.
 Aroma Sordida Chorum inspired by the book The Language of Flowers. Made while watching a Patrick Swayze marathon including Dirty Dancing, the title translates to Aroma of Dirty Dancing!
 Love how the fabric in the sunglasses appears to reflect the basket of flowers.
 The Empress inspired by the book The Twentieth Wife. Her latest portrait quilt.
 Wild Child inspired by the book The Snow Child, her first portrait quilt.
 The Apple Tree inspired by the book The Good Good Pig depicting an afternoon sitting under an apple tree looking at the sun the clouds and dragonflies through the leaves of an apple tree.
 The Barn Raising, a guild challenge to use the brown fabric and won best piecing award.
 Quality Time, her family loves to hike.  Both boys are now taller than her and they have another dog added to the end of the group.
 To Gaze North inspired by the book Love to Water My Soul.
 Peace, Love Rudy sent to her son while studying in Spain.
 Photo quilt was based on.
 Looking down from the gallery at more quilts hanging from the rafters and rails.

1 comment:

Tami @ Lemon Tree Tales said...

Darn, that looks like a fun quilt shop. We didn't have time to go quilt shopping while we were there a couple weeks ago. Maybe next time. :-)