Sunday I attended the "Stitches in Bloom Quilt Show" at Oregon Garden in Silverton, OR. One of these days, I want to go back to the Garden when there are flowers blooming because it looks like it would be gorgeous then.
I didn't include any information about these quilts, unless you can read it from the card which shows up on some of the photos. These are some of the quilts that I liked best. There were lots of other ones that I liked too.
|This was a small quilt - some of the yellow and red squares were about 1/2".|
There were several of these wall hangings done in black and white strips with appliqué on top - I think they were challenge quilts from a guild and they were very striking.
This "Vintage Tin" was one of my very favorite quilts at the show (designed by Crabapple Hill).
This forest quilt won the Viewers' Choice for Art quilts.
This flag quilt won Viewers' Choice for Traditional Quilts - it is also one of my favorites from the show.
This one is for Katie, because it looks like some kind of magnified cells.
Here's an enlarged one.
Don't you love the shovels? Who would have thought?
And here's me with my Baskets of Blue quilt.