Freddy Moran was back once again teaching, that is her that is her Frieda Kahlo quilt second from the left.
One of Ann Shaw wonderful quilts.
Scott Hansen trees.
A doe had just walked ahead and here a buck was following. I wonder if he is the one I saw a couple of years ago that had an encounter with possibly a car and had a broken antler. Notice how his tongue is hanging out of his mouth. Probably a bit brain damaged.
We then wandered around the town checking out some of the quilts. love this basket quilt with all the different backgrounds and different reds, pink, and purples.
This one has a pretty grey and white polka dot background.
I think this person was a fan of Kaffe Fasset fabrics.
We slipped into on the the shops that was offering free donuts!
Some beautiful applique celebrating the Chronicles of Narnia book.
A Buttermilk Basin Christmas quilt.
Love the wonderful lettering on this piece.
Some amazing yellow yarrow.
Back in the instructors tent this one was made by Robin Long called For Elan (Musk) and his endeavours for flight to Mars she hopes to give it to him. Her daughter did an internship and is currently employed at SpaceX.
Ron Appel, man quilting fame.
Anna Bates was teaching Buttermilk Basin designs Bringing Home the Tree and
Give Thanks for quilters wanting to stitch with wool.
One of my favourite designers Tonye Belinda Phillips, I bought this pattern.
Another Karla Alexander.
Tonye Belinda Phillips.
Love the big stitch detailed quilting on this.
Kathy is from Australia and uses the images from there beautifully.
Lynn Koolish. Love that pink swirl.
Next up will be the Cherrywood van Gogh exhibit and more quilts hanging in the show.
Couldn't resist this pink polka dot set of tweezers/
From Piece by Piece I got some yellows and neutral for my Sunflower Smile that will be arriving in the mail. I didn't take a picture of their row but it is based on a line in the poem A Day Of Sunshine by Henry Wadsworth.
Oh, the picture of the bathroom was from a Motel 6! I never would have guessed unless I saw it myself.