What a feast for the eyes. I simply had to stand for a few moments, before I could start to look at individual quilts. Then I started to follow the lines of admirers going up and down the aisles, to take in each quilt. The thing about church displays, is that you cannot see the entire quilt at once, then go in for detail. You must look at the parts of the quilt draped over the front and back of the pew, and get the most out of it that way. It is a different experience, but effective at the same time. Somehow, the mind manages to put the pieces together into a workable image.
|Pinwheel by Margorie Baker|
|All these by Sue Swazye|
|Strip Quilt by Helen Hubert|
|Featured Quilter Helen Hubert|
Tea and a bit of shopping rounded a very wonderful quilt show.