This post has lots of snippets of quilts we liked at the Melbourne Quilt and Craft Fair. I said recently that it was difficult to take decent pictures of whole quilts with my little camera ... even my Dad read that post ... so these will have to suffice!
I was drooling over the red fabrics in this border!
A modern log cabin quilt. The pink, orange and green fabrics worked really well together.
This round quilt with Sunbonnet Sue applique really stood out amongst all the square and rectangular quilts.
This was one of my favourite quilts in the show. Love the red, white and blue fabrics. I seem to remember the design is called Postage Stamp.
Look at the quilting on the white sections. WOW!
Two of Tali's favourites ...she has great taste!
I have a 'bit of a thing' for blue and brown quilts in reproduction fabrics ... this is a lovely example.
Isn't this sashing fabric great?
Love this quilting.
Gorgeous1930's fabric. Don't think I've ever seen a 1930's quilt I don't like.
Tali liked the mermaids.
I was very pleased to find this quilt .... I bought the pattern in February at the Australian Quilt Convention. It is called Snowflake Medallion and is from Ballarat Patchwork.