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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Northwest Quilting Expo {Part 2}

This post has all the pictorial quilts I took pictures of. I didn't take pictures of all of the quilts that were there, though.
I haven't done a pictorial quilt, I think I'm too intimidated by the preciseness needed to have it look realistic. These are beautiful aren't they?

14 comments:

lizwagz said...

wow! what gorgeous quilts.. how knew?!?!?

lizwagz said...

oops.. WHO knew?

Loralynn said...

These are amazing! I am intimdated too!

WoolenSails said...

Beautiful quilts, I like the cabin the best. I want to do a pictorial quilt myself, but it won't be precise, more folk art;)

Debbie

Kim said...

Mel, these truly are awesome quilts! I have always been struck by the talented quilt artists there are in this world. Some quilts look like a painting! I would like to try doing something like this, on a smaller scale, but just a little something to see what I can do. Thanks for sharing this with us. :)

Lori said...

WOW!!

Lurline said...

Painting with fabric, needle and thread! Aren't they gorgeous!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Trisha said...

Wow!!! Amazing, gorgeous quilts! I bet it was so cool to see them in person. Thanks for sharing.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Quite the "ART" show!!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Last year at bryce I took a class on landscape quilting. I didn't finish my project but I did understand the process. It is really different. These are pretty amazing. I love the one of the door the most.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

I just have no idea how someone can make those, it blows my mind at the talent!

Stephanie said...

Wow!!!

Carrie P. said...

More gorgeous quilts.Wow!

Annette said...

Beautiful quilts and so fun to look at. I bet they were even more awesome to see in person.