Saturday, 17 August 2013

Festival of Quilts - MORE pictures!

Here are MORE pictures from Festival of Quilts.

The Guild Challenge was 'Transported' and

Ros Peedle went to Africa in her quilt 'Wild At Heart'

 'Transported - Dreamboat' by Caroline Regnaut
is made entirely out of ties - a stunning piece




















'Transported - Snail Mail' by Jacqueline Amies
Can you see the snails and read the inscription? This quilt put a smile on my face!


Here are some Japanese or Japan inspired quilts:

'Japanese Inspiration' by Anna Christiansen














This is Fusako Takaido's 'Garden of Dream'


Gail Casimir has also made a garden; 'A Japanese Garden'


Detail of a family crest.
Finally Naoko Hirano's 'Japanese Dragon 2012'





I hope all information is correct; if not, please don't hesitate to let me know.

10 comments:

  1. I enjoyed looking at all the quilts.Thanks for sharing these images Queenie. I couldn't take my eyes off Fusako Takaido's 'Garden of Dream'...

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    1. Isn't Garden of Dream stunning? It is hard to take one's eyes off such a beauty!

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    1. They are loveable and charming for sure!

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  3. Thanks for sharing. It is always interesting to see what is happening elsewhere.

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  4. more that I missed! the dragon is such fun, and yes managed to zoom in on the post box and read the details

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    1. Do you really think Royal Snail Mail would recommend Email/Facebook andTwitter??!!

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  5. The garden of dreams and the Japanese dragon quilts are gorgeous, I am going to have to go to one of these shows myself, there is so much to see!

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    1. I warmly recommend going to a quilt show to see the quilts 'in the flesh'. Today I went to see a few Welsh quilts in Stowmarket. One had about 17500 tiny hexagons.

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