Showing posts with label Victoria Finley Wolfe. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Victoria Finley Wolfe. Show all posts

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Spring Paducah

What fun I had in Paducah. There was inspiration in so many places. These quilts at the quilt show were breathtaking.

The exhibit of quilts by Victoria Finley Wolfe was wonderful.

I even got to sit and chat a bit with Victoria and then ...

... she so graciously posed for a picture with me.

Lunch at Max's Brick Oven Cafe ...

... in the courtyard was delicious and an inviting place to relax.

The volunteer at the Yieser Art Center made the exhibit of 'Fantastic Fibers' very interesting for me.

My friend Eva Marie tried out a long-arm quilting machine.

I made this quilt, "A Plate of Pineapples" in 2007.

Kayoka Hata from Japan took inspiration from my quilt and made this quilt "Motherly Affection."

Thursday, November 07, 2013

Houston Quilt Show and a Goal

Over the years I have admired the quilts of Caryl Bryer Fallert. She had an exhibit of 30 Quilts for 30 Years and a very interesting lecture which I enjoyed.

Each quilt measured 30”X30”

And here’s another quilt I like.

The quilt show was held at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Wouldn’t this picture make a neat ‘fresh modern quilt?’

I enjoyed a “Craftsy” demo by Victoria Finley Wolfe.

This kite quilt would make a wonderful throw or crib quilt for a child.

To see more of the quilts and the winners click HERE.


And now I’m setting a goal for
to have a small 7”X10” quilt finished by the end of November for SAQA.
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