Biennial Quilt Show at Barton le Cley

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Last Saturday I went to a biennial patchwork quilt show in a nearby village. Sewing is very much part of cottage life, at least it is in this cottage! and I was pleased to go along and see what other people had done.

The quilts were fantastic as you will see in the following pictures:

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The next one isn’t quite finished, but it is lovely, don’t you think?

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and this next one was voted ‘Best in Show’. I think you can see why. Β It is fabulous, isn’t it!

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Larry found an appropriate one: Someone had made a quilt of American flags. Isn’t that neat?

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I hope you enjoyed your trip round the quilt exhibition with me. Which one did you like best?

 

Oma

10 thoughts on “Biennial Quilt Show at Barton le Cley

  1. There is some stunning work there.. and I did enjoy the trip. But it’s impossible to choose one. I prefer more muted colours, so would go for 2 or 15. And the sheep!!

  2. one of my favorite pass-times!
    I spent hours looking at quilts…
    5 is my favorite… have never done a black and white…I just might start one soon…
    I love the ladybug ones, # 9…and then I kept forgetting to count LOLs…
    so I will just say I like them all some more than others!
    What a wonderful day …yes sewing is my cottage’s life too….
    Thank you for sharing your day….and giving me some ideals…
    Take Care…
    )0(
    maryrose

  3. I love them all but I especially like Number 13 and number 27, πŸ™‚ they certainly gave me that WOW factor, what time and patience they must have taken in making, I have only ever made one quilt which was small, for a dolls pram, I made it out of scraps of dress material left over from my daughters dresses when she was small that i had made… I had forgotten all about that until now… πŸ™‚
    Lovely photos , thank you for sharing your day, I felt as i was there walking around viewing.. πŸ™‚
    Enjoy your week
    Sue

    • Yes it was a lovely show and the stall selling their wares was great too. I bought a gift for one of my daughters-in-law and felt very pleased with myself for doing so.

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