Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Empire Quilt Fest - My Guild Members' Entries


 Martha Crockett's and we had to break both her arms and legs to get her to enter  - and she won a ribbon!






Emily Davis started coming to the house/classes about a year ago - a confident beginner.  She has really taken flight with expanding her skills and even designing.  The bat fabric - her card will explain.






Barbara  comes to sit and sew with us.  She's also my long armer.






Another of Barb's - decided to use up those cut offs after seeing my doll quilt and our guild's program on various techniques for geese blocks.



Joan Youman's Rainbow Hearts


Diane Warner's Log Cabin Houses - she also comes to the house/classes and there was a lot of help with her decision on the houses and those borders.


Kathy Livingston's Patriotic Sampler Runner - she comes here to sew, too.


Stephanie Liddle's Scrappy Quilt - another smiling face that comes to the house to stitch.


Marlene Laraway's 'Starburst' runner, Joan Youman's Hawaiian applique mini, and Sue Smith's scrappy small wallhanging.


Kathy Livingston's Bargello

I have to thank Steph for sending me a lot of these photos - a lot of mine were a blur or had a body in front of.

This was my first time for this show - joined the guild after the fact, then the next I had the broken hip and not doing much but healing.  Close to 200 quilts,  the large traveling exhibit, 27 vendors, two luncheon/lecture featured teachers, and the five host guild with table displays/sales/activities.  This is a bi-annual show, so if you are in the Clifton Park NY area in Spring of 2018 - put it on your calendar. 

7 comments:

  1. there are lots of very talented ladies in your group

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  2. Beautiful! I'm so glad you made Martha enter her quilt, it's gorgeous.

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  3. Thanks for sharing these. All of them are wonderful quilts....love those hearts!
    This is a good encouragement to everyone to support their local shows which are so important to spread the love of quilting and community. The local shows have the real quilts of heart and soul.

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  4. Lots of beautiful quilts. I really love the Log Cabin quilt. I hope I will be able to visit the next show in 2018.

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  5. Thank you for sharing your friends quilts! Loved them all, but especially liked Stephanie's Scrappy Quilt.

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  6. Sp many beautiful quilts, especially the rainbow hearts!
    I didn't realize that you had broken your hip, girlfriend. Bless your heart!

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  7. You have some very talented stitching partners. Looks like it was a great show with something for everyone.

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