I went to the Oxford Quilter's Guild quilt show held in Ingersoll, Ontario with a couple friends. What a great way to spend the day!
There were 306 quilts to oogle over from challenge banners to full size quilts. They had a nice lunch menu of soup, sandwiches and desserts. There were 11 vendors.
I have a few photos to share. I liked the birthday banners, they were part of the banner challenge from members. The numbers on both could be changed to whatever age you would need.
I really liked this crossword/name quilt. What neat idea for an anniversary or special birthday. It must have taken awhile to get the placement of the names just right.
A great scrap busting quilt, it was a Fons and Porter pattern from 2008.
This quilt was so serene. I think it would make a nice low volume quilt.
A couple more favorites, these were wall hangings.
I have a log cabin on my quilty bucket list. I like the layout of this one. The panel in the center surrounded by log cabins then the bear paws.
Have you been to a local quilt show lately? Aren't they inspiring!
The guild I belong to is having our show on June 12 & 13 at the Museum in Norwich, Ontario. We display our quilts in the church they have on sight.
Okay time to get off I need to get the binding on my latest quilt and get a label made for it. Hopefully I'll have photos in a day or two.
Happy Mother's Day to everyone!