Friday, October 14, 2011

Gorgeous Quilts from AQS Des Moine Quilt Show

Here are some of the photos
of quilts
that caught
Des Moine Quilt Show...
Amazing the way the grey faded out on this quilt...
Such a beauty!
This was my favorite quilt out of the whole show
If any of you have been wondering what to do with your hexies!!
Love-er-lie Roses
Isn't this just too adorable??!!
I've never seen one like this before.
I don't usually care for Southwestern...but this quilt was stunning!
And of course...
The Meet Me In Paris Quilt
from one of my customers....
It's pretty humbling
when one's own pattern is counted 
amongst all of these great quilters.

And what a fabulous job she did on the quilting!
This fabric is called Hannah by Moda. A line that was out a few years ago.
That's all for now folks!
I hope you all have a fabulous weekend....
and here's hoping
you all get lots of stitchin' done!

~Cherr - i- o~



  1. Oh, wow! Amazing quilts!! I am going to a small local show this afternoon--probably not up to this standard! The quilt made from your pattern is beautiful!

  2. Incredibly quilts - my favourite is the tortoise and hare , just amazing !! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Gorgeous quilts! They are all just incredible. I wish I could see the quilt with the lady on the porch in person! I love it! I wonder if there is a pattern?
    Have a wonderful weekend and thank you for the sweet note :)

  4. Truly stunning quilts! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  5. Wow, such beautiful quilts!! Thanks for sharing them.

  6. Wonderful quilts...thanks for sharing photos with us.

  7. They are all amazing, but I am perplexed by the fade-to-grey one. Was it a hand dyed? Then the one of the quilt on the porch, which was not my favorite, but simply amazing how many different quilt designs and techniques she put into the one quilt.

  8. Great quilts! Loved tje girls on the porch! That one is not southwestern....
    Its a copy of a quilt, i have the book...its from a British museum and a lady patterned it and wrote a book. Let me go look...
    Its The 1776 Quilt , Heartache, Heritage and Happiness by Pam should look it up and read about it, fascinating!!!

  9. P.s.
    The original quilt was made by soldiers.
    Im sorry about your son.