Friday, 27 July 2007

EXHIBITION

Here are some pictures of the exhibition My DM and I went to as I was in France. It took place in St Quai-Pontrieux a nice summer resort on the north coast of Brittany. The exhibition was very nice. As the place between and in front of the quilts was not very big, some of the pictures are cut. Sorry!

I liked the form of that quilt and the scrappy look.
In this one I found the colour combination interesting.

Another scrappy quilt. I remember that the leaves had been sewed in and not made in appliqué!



I liked the unusual block of that one and the fact that all the white blocks had been filled with stitchery with a maritime topic.

I recognized some Dear Jane blocks in that one and I found the colour combination very successful.

And yet another scrappy quilt. The stripes of the log-cabins were so small (about 1 cm wide) that one couldn´t see the overall pattern from near!
One could only see a lot of very colourful stripes.

And finally my favorite! Scrappy, with repro fabrics.
My DM and I bought tickets and took part in the prize-drawing but we didn´t win anything, maybe next time in 2 years for their next exhibition!

12 comments:

Bea said...

Danke für die vielen schönen Bilder. Diese Quilts sind alle wunderschön, aber ich pflichte dir bei, der letzte ist der schönste. Surrt deine Nähmschine schon????

Libby said...

Oh my goodness - what a wonderful display. The log cabin is my favorite.

teodo said...

These quilts are wonderful.
I like very much the second.
ciao ciao

atet said...

Those quilts are wonderful -- I couldn't name a favorite though that log cabin is really fantastic!

Chookyblue said...

thanks for sharing your visit........my favourite is the same as yours.........very nice.....thanks

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Beautiful exhibition photos, thanks for sharing! I love the hexagon quilt, it is unusual. And those pieced leaves? Wow!!

Nadine said...

THANKS for these beautiful pics, Gwen ! OMG, these quilts are something ! If I had to choose, I would keep the first one, and the last one (but I'd be very happy with the others, too ! LOL)

Hugs & smiles,
NADINE

Helen in the UK said...

Love the quilt show piccies. My favourites are the first one and the last one :)

Quilty said...

Wirklich schöne Quilts, mir gefällt der Log Cabin am besten.

Supermom said...

Those leaves are amazing!

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Sonnja said...

These quilts are wonderful.
Kind Regards,

Sonnja

Elin said...

I've just found your site due to my new interest for the Civil War quilt and book I found on Piecingthepast. I like very much reproductions, and also I enjoy making blocks. I have started the SBS quilt from Elm Creek. It would be interesting to get in touch with you...(it was Anne Ida who introduced me).