Sunday, September 18, 2011

More Eye Candy for Quilters

Continuing with more of the pictures from the GSAQG (Greater San Antonio Quilt Guild) 2011 Quilt show, with the this year's theme....Call To Color.  This quilt show had some of 'everything'  in it; traditional pieced, art quilts, humor, vintage, batiks, hand embroidery, machine embroidery, scrappy, bargello, thread painting, landscapes, king size to miniature.  I'm going to try and give you a bit of everything.   Enjoy!

Let's start off with one to make you smile....."I come in Piece"  Honorable mention ribbon winner.

A machine embroidered one and I should have got a close up....gorgeous work.

Lovely bargello in pinks and greens.

Machine embroidered flower blocks on batik fabrics. 

A couple close ups of the flower blocks....very pretty on the batiks.

Perfect for a little girl's room, single bed....some of it paper pieced.

Very nice indeed.....and an honorable mention ribbon.

Beautiful fabrics in this one and a couple of the cranes were machine embroidered.

Terrific planning and layout for this one.....picture doesn't do it justice.

I loved the colors and dimensional quilting on this one.

Soooooo much talent from these quilt artists.  It would have been difficult to judge them.

Don't you just love these large flower ones? Wow!

Lots of color....very unique design.

Another blue ribbon one.....for sure.  And... with special recognition.

A quilt show is not complete without colorful Log Cabin quilts.

This terrific display of color was "part" of a quilt.

Paper piecing magic........

Lots of quilts with deep rich colors.....

Every quilt in this show was a winner......all 280 of them.  Hope you enjoyed my pictures. 

Thanks for visiting.


  1. Loved all your pictures! Nothing better than turning on the computer to quilt eye candy.

  2. I think the blue and white dimensional quilt was my favorite

  3. Wow, beautiful, thank you. I really like that log cabin.

  4. My son liked the log cabin with the bird appliques. I am trying to find a pattern if you could help. I believe it was from a quilt show.