These are the last of the quilts from the Sauder Village show last Saturday. I know you'll enjoy them. Be sure to click on each image so you can truly appreciate the workmanship. Or is that workwomanship????
Had to take a photo (even with the crazy shadows) of this chicken wall hanging:
This shot is only a small portion of a fabulous wall hanging that told the tale of where the maker had lived over her years. The street names are embroidered in the black border:
Next is the work of the featured artist for this year's show, Nancy Pierce of Florida:
A close-up of the area below the large tree on the left:
The last few were part of the small wall hanging category:
This one came in second place but I probably would have made it a blue ribbon winner. The pieces are all hand dyed silk. I know what a bugger silk is to work with so I really appreciate the execution on this quilt:
This one was the blue ribbon winner. Nice, too.
And finally, this dog portrait, complete with the leash: