Here are some of the wonderful quilts in the judged show that I admired. In fact, I loved them all. It’s important to know that miniatures in England cannot exceed 12″ unlike our shows which required 24″. A twelve inch quilt is truly miniature.
I don’t know how, but I managed to not record the name on this wonderful 3-D piece.
I love humor in quilts and don’t think there is enough of it. Sheep are everywhere in England and Scotland, so I loved this sheep-related quilt. Sadly, I couldn’t stand back far enough for a full shot image.
I greatly admired this quilt for the great quilting designs within the rays. Another quilt where I forgot to record the maker and name. I think I was too enthused going from one quilt to another.
I loved this quilt! Wonderful, colorful figures.
A great piece by the well-know Australian Quilter, Gail Thomas.
And, drum roll, the best of show. I couldn’t stop looking at it. Some members of my group said it wasn’t a quilt with the philosophy that only traditional quilts are quilts. I loved this one. The award was well-deserved. I’m disappointed it wasn’t well-lit, which made it difficult to view and photograph.