Saturday, October 11, 2014

Schoharie Valley Piecemakers Quilt Show - Day 2


Today I did white gloving the The Best House.  We were busy the entire time - 2 white gloves from our quild for the handling of quilts and any quilt questions and three Best House curators for the tours and history of the houses.  I took a lot of pictures and I am just going to let them speak for themselves - some of the antique quilts were donated for the weekend by guild members and some are part of the Best House.










This one did bother me for the longest time - each time I talked about it - AH HA - do you see the misplaced HST?









Tomorrow I white glove at the Library and main show - more pictures to follow.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

22 comments:

  1. What a show!!! I can see why that HST bothered you.

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  2. I sure like that pink one although they are all gorgeous.

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  3. Oh, my, what a lot of beautiful treasures! And yeah, that would bother me, too.

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  4. I was going to say maybe the "misplaced" HST is the Amish mistake in the quilt except the mistakes are very, very difficult to detect in the Amish quilts, typically. What a great job to have today! I'm anxious for more pics.

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  5. Oh, my, what a lot of beautiful treasures! And yeah, that would bother me, too.

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  6. Oh, my, what a lot of beautiful treasures! And yeah, that would bother me, too.

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  7. Sharon, that is so funny I was going to say I liked the red one the best but I like it even more with the mishap! Because that is something I would do and just leave it that way.LOL

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  8. Just wonderful...now that HST is annoying me...such a shame after all that work.

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  9. There are some really great quilts there. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. What a great show are having- some wonderful quilts and the setting is magnificent

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  11. Beautiful house, beautiful quilts, the HST is just the sort of thing I would do and notice after it was finished, then I call it a signature :)

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  12. What a fabulous location to display so many lovely quilts!

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  13. Thank you for sharing these treasures! There are some real beauties here....but those blue and white ones just jump out at me. Just fabulous. I love the red, even with the mistake....I am not perfect, but loved!

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  14. What a great display of quilts! And yes, that misplaced HST jumped out at me once I discovered it. Guess that makes us human!

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  15. BEAUTIFUL pictures. What a wonderful setting for quilts. Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to tomorrow's post.

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  16. Beautiful setting for the show; I love the furniture as well as the quilts:) I'm more interested than bothered by the hst; I wonder about the maker. Did she not see it until it was too late or do it on purpose?

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  17. Looks like such a wonderful place to spend the day.

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  18. What wonderful quilts. It must have been great to see them up close.

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  19. Fabulous array of antique quilts!! Thank you so much for sharing, Sharon. Have fun on Sunday!!

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  20. I love white-gloving it -- you get to see everything up close and personal. What a great show this is!! And yes -- whoops! I think I have a block in my very first quilt that has a similar mistake!! LOL! :)

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  21. I love the first quilt most of all. The quilting is amazing on so many if them. I do see the HST....it really stands out. Might it be a humility block or whatever it is called?

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  22. Old quilts are so inspiring. Thanks for sharing these.

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