Brown County Historical Society Quilt Show

Today I went to the annual quilt show at the local Historical Society, hosted by the Pioneer Women's Club. Saw some really breathtaking quilts and amazing workmanship (of course when it comes to quilts, I always have to get my nose right up in them to look at every little stitch!) Unfortunately my photos don't begin to do them justice. They were raffling off an absolutely gorgeous quilt made by the Pioneer Women, I bought a ticket but, hmm, my phone's not ringing yet!



4 comments:

rosanna said...

I am sure they were fabolos. I wish I could come and see them Rosanna

Peach Blossom Hill said...

They are beautiful! Thank you for sharing. You know that I am a quilter and work part-time at a local quilt shop? I have many quilts I have made throughout my house and have made them for each of my children, nieces and nephews.

Jody

TreeFeathers said...

Thanks for the comments! Not a directly mini-related post, but I do love all sort of arts & crafts and they often inspire my mini creations.

Jody, I've read your quilting blog, I wish you'd post more often! I just love the tradition of quilts. I have a gorgeous one, all hand-quilted by my mom & her quilting circle, that was intended to be a wedding present for me someday... she finally got tired of waiting and just gave me the quilt. I treasure it! :D

- Grace

Maia's Twinkle Miniatures said...

Thank you for the nice comments you left me. :)

The quilts look fabulous, I'm always amazed at the work and designs. I hope you win!
Maia

 

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