Quilt Show pics

The following pictures were from the Gold Bug Quilt Show in Placerville, CA.  They hold a show every other year.  To see my post recently on the awards won by quilts I own or worked on, click here. Enjoy the show!!

Piecer/Quilter: Barbara Greenlee.  I really enjoyed the colors in her quilt and loved her quilting lines.  They were well executed.

1880’s quilt.  Loved the hand embroidery.  I tried to get a picture of it:

Anyone recognize the quilting style on this early 2006 quilt?

or this one:

Here’s a hint:

Quilt pieced by Teresa Blumbaugh.  She had a computerized quilter do the quilting, I’m not sure which one?

This pretty red quilt above was by Pam Gerkovich.

and a close up:

Quilt by my friend, Linda Van Dyke and quilted by Debbie Joyner.  You might remember I quilted a salmon/green combo quilt just like this one.  The one I did was for Linda’s daughter shown here:

Below is a quilt by kari McDonald.  I really like the colors in this one:

Applique quilt by Bobbie Jarrett

What I like about the quilt above was the folded fabric in the sun/stars which were 3-D.  Quilt created and quilted by Martha Showers.

These lovely church panels were made by Barbara Norman and usually on display at Westminister Presbyterian Church in San Jose, CA

The following 3 Asian quilts were from a group challenge:

Quilt by Suzie Quinnell

pieced and quilted by Riet van Klaveren

The last challenge quilt, above, is titled “Chop Chop,” but I can’t read who it is by.  Enjoy!

Quilt and applique design by Kathy Delaney.   Hand quilted and applique by Sandi Miller.  I thought she did a terrific job!  Say… anyone see what quilt is hanging behind this one???

Here’s the answer.

For some reason, I only took a small fraction of the quilts hanging in the show.   Anyhow, I hope you enjoyed the mini show from this guild.

Happy Quilting!  Carla

12 thoughts on “Quilt Show pics

  1. I still love your black one in the first picture, and the one for Nathan and Sara his stunning…congrats on the prizes. I hope your congress gets things sorted out, at least you have the option to talk to them, the rest of hte world just has to hold their breaths and hope they get it done.

  2. I just found your request to participate in the Fall into Fall Giveaway and have added you to the blog roll. Please email me so that I can send you requirements for the Oct 1 posts. Thanks.

  3. The Sandy Miller quilt caught my eye. It’s a design by Kathy Delaney, a local quilter here in Kansas City. I took a class from her and that was one of the beginner projects. I had to smile at Sandy’s quilt because it’s absolutely beautiful. Mine will never look like that in a million years. Thanks for sharing all those beauties.

    Thanks for the info on the designer. I will update my post. The quilt label didn’t reflect who designed the quilt. Thanks for giving credit where credit is due!

  4. Oh, what gorgeous quilts! I love the one you did with the falling leaves! I have to go back and look at them again. I do the same thing at actual quilt shows – once through, then back again to look more closely at favorites!! Thanks for entering my Giveaway. 🙂

  5. Okay, I goofed. The falling leaves quilt wasn’t made by you. I read it all wrong. Your quilts are lovely, too. I just really like the falling leaves one as it is just right for the season.

    No worries, Sandi!! I really do like that quilt, too! I wish I owned it- LOL! Thanks for stopping by!

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