Monday, November 20, 2017

Design Wall Monday - November 20, 2017

Here's my promised post about the November 2017 Jane Stickle quilt retreat in Shipshewana, IN.

Friday night was spectacular.  Many, many beautiful quilts were shown at the Show 'n Tell.  These women overwhelm me with their talent, and I alway come away inspired to do more.

These are just a few of the many intricate quilts I saw there:  The first one is a top that is made of bow tie blocks......lots of them!



Next is a quilt made by Rebecca Windburn, who sat next to me.  I liked her choices of fabrics.



And the overall quilting pano is feathers, which turned out so pretty.  Here's a closer look:

Here's one of the "365 block" quilts shown, and they are so amazing.  The dark blues have enough contrast in them that the pattern shows up because of the contrast with lights she used in the dark blocks.   Mine:  not so much.



Here's a Jane Stickle quilt top. The group is pushing everyone working on this quilt to finish their quilts by 2018 fall, for a Jane Stickle plethora of quilts showing.  When your quilt is completed, quilted, with a label on it, the group brings out a crown and you are crowned a "Goddess".   I aspire to be a Goddess.



The last one is a vintage quilt brought in by Rebecca Haarer (owner of Rebecca Haarer Arts & Antiques in downtown Shipshewana).   All hand stiched and hand quilted.   Isn't it beautiful?





Here are the three doll quilts that I brought to the show n tell.  That's me explaining a little about them.






What have you been working on this week?  With Thanksgiving coming up Thursday, for those in the USA, this will be a slower quilting production week.  Happy Thanksgiving to all.  I am thankful for you!






6 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilts! It would be hard to pick a favorite from all of those, each is beautiful in it's own way.

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  2. I have made two Dear Jane quilts, hand pieced and hand quilted - you can finish yours!

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  3. Wow so many pretty quilts. Love the tiny bow ties!

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  4. Lots of stunners in that presentation! Love the bow ties and your little quilts. They are all wondrous.

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  5. Beautiful quilts! The Dear Jane is outstanding!

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  6. Good to see you, Judy. Love your three little quilts. And thanks for the photos of some of those quilts. They were fabulous, especially that 365 block one - I could never keep up.

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