Here's round 2 of the photos from the Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild show that I attended on Saturday. It probably seems like I always post a lot of pictures from the quilt shows I attend. But when you think that there are over 200 on display, it's not so many!
I always love a pretty Ocean Waves quilt and I really liked the rose colored fabric choice in this one:
This cute vase of flowers had won a 1st Prize in its category at the AQS show in Paducah:
This small wall hanging of a dragon had excellent quilting but the dragon itself is not flat -- wonder why?
I loved this next quilt. A group project whereby a photo was cut into sections and each member of the group worked on their own little piece before bringing it all back together as one quilt.
Here's a closeup of one section. One friend commented that it looked a bit like a part of a woman's anatomy, but she's going through treatment for cancer so she's a little fixated on that right now. I'm thinking it was just a squash or maybe a cucumber, with an eggplant behind it. :*)
I liked this next one especially because the quilter chose a black polka dot fabric for the sashing:
Subconsciously, I think this yellow wall hanging inspired my fabric choice later when I was shopping!
This amazing, amazing wall hanging was actually the artist's first attempt at a miniature. The red and yellow squares are about 1/2" pieces. Incredible precision!!
This last wall hanging is for my friend Mary, who loves to ride her bicycle. Someday I'll get back on my bike Mary, honest I will.