Apart from all the beautiful quilts on show, and the many stalls where you can buy all sorts of quilt related items, this event also includes a Fashion Show.
I was impressed by not only the mix of garments at the show, but also the professional lighting and sound.
When my friend Jacquie Harvey, a master quilter who has made many hand quilted garments, had her beautiful bolero in silk dupion modelled, the spotlight caught the glimmer of the silk.
Rosemary Hillman, showed the wedding dress she had made for her daughter's wedding. There was a wave of 'Wow' heard from the audience when the model walked down the cat walk.
A totally different bridal look was created by the talented Emily Barfield, whose four wedding dresses, although elegant and feminine, had skirts of such sheer fabric they were transparent. (click on the link above to see someone else's photo)
Daisy Collingridge is another new designer who amused the audience with her collection of quilted garments, and when I say quilted I mean QUILTed. No need for a duvet when you go to sleep in one of these: