I visited the Oakland County Quilt Guild Spring Quilt Show last Friday. The quilts were amazing! Here are a few of my favorite quilts from the show. You can view the rest of the set here.
Such a cool optical illusion!
a fun space themed quilt in a sea of flowery, girly quilts.
This is a Turkish puzzle quilt (I think). The top six blocks are repeated in the bottom six blocks and the trick is to find the matching pairs of blocks. I love the rich colors in this quilt.
Incredible, incredible machine quilting!
Love the bold colors and geometric design on this handkerchief quilt.
I am always so impressed by beautiful applique in bright colors.
This quilt took pebble quilting to a whole new level! The quilting on this is unbelievable!
Again, I'm a sucker for beautiful applique!
These two quilts (peony and cross) were made by the same quilter. The cross quilt has been hanging in the church where the flute choir ensemble I'm in practices each week. I've been meaning to bring my camera to practice to get a picture of this quilt because it's so striking. I love the stained glass effect she created with the vibrant colors.
Such a cool kaleidoscope quilt.
And, for all of you hexagon lovers out there, I had to throw this one in. The tag said it was made with 2,585 hexagons!
As you can see, the show was totally inspiring. It makes me want to step up my quilting game a bit (or outsource more :)
Again, you can view the rest of the set here.