It's the Central Oregon Quilt Shop Hop and I had the pleasure of selling raffle tickets for our guild's raffle quilt and keeping an eye on the quilts in our mini quilt show. There were some new ones that I hadn't seen before and some that I had.
This quilt is made totally free form with a technique of laying the strips over other fabric and top stitching. It's quite striking and I really love the border fabric.
The Last of the Round Abouts. Love that title! These circles were leftover from last year's raffle quilt. Some are raw edge appliqued, some are needle turned.
This is one of the quilts from the class I took with Jean Wells. I'm totally impressed that the quilter has hers done, and so beautifully too! Look at the dense quilting on this one.
The large quilt underneath is the thank you quilt that we made for our guild president last year. My block is the appliqued flowers right in the center bottom.
I love this next quilt and the scrappy nature of the fabrics. I don't think I'll ever try this technique because I can't stand paper piecing.
I had two quilts in the show, including the one on the right- Moody Greens.
I managed to get Night at the Improv's borders on and the basting done and have started hand quilting it.
Meanwhile, uh oh! What's this? I'm heading out for a wheel spinning class right now. Watch for more.
Oh, and while you're waiting skip on over to Chloe's blog and leave her a comment for her 200th post. She's giving away something and it may very well be one of the glass and silver charms we've been making in our class this month. Whatever it is, it's sure to be beautiful!