Quiltfest At Last

Published January 23, 2017 by suejansons

Downtown Otown Quilting

This was the very first Quilt Show I have ever attended! I was expecting to see some really great quilts, but I must say, I was blown away! I am warning you now, this post is a VERY pic heavy!

If you have never been to a quilt show, like me, let me give you an idea  of what to expect. First, there are soooo many quilts! These are made by people from all over the world! All the quilts displayed were works of arts! I was amazed that some of the quilts looked more like paintings than quilts. There were also quilts that had so much texture, they were almost like sculptures!

These are the quilts that looked paintings!

These are the quilts that looked like sculptures!

This is one of the quilts being raffled off for a fundraiser for a quilt guild in Tampa! I am just waiting…

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