Monday, August 19, 2013

Dubois Quilt Show #2

close up of Scrappy Stars block
Scrappy Stars
made by Christine M.
85 x 86 inches
pattern from Better Homes and Gardens
Labyrinth
made by Dixie W.
90 x 110 inches
Calico Carriage Quilt Designs pattern
Olde Hickory
made by Leigh T.
85 x 85 inches
Cottage Creek Quilts - Pam Puyleant
(close-up of Olde Hickory's block)

All of these quilts appeal to my eye, and I would like to make them one day. I purchased the Labyrinth pattern two years ago, but it has been shuffled to the bottom of the pattern pile. 

More photos will be posted next week. 


9 comments:

  1. I love that Scrappy Stars quilt! It's a great pattern and I love it so much that I made it twice! It's a Carrie Nelson pattern called 'Pick and Choose' and I may even make it again!

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  2. Pretty quilts. I noticed one of the patterns was from Better Homes & Gardens.

    I really miss when magazines had craft stuff in them. Remember Woman's Day had all kinds of crafts, especially towards Christmas. I guess they assume no one does that kind of stuff any more. I miss it a LOT!

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  3. Old Hickory is Fantastic. I LOVE it. So fun to see your favorites picked!

    I think Hickory is a great cat/dog name. I think THere was a Hickory on the wizard of Oz .one of the farm hands...?

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  4. I think Olde Hickory may be my favorite, but I like them all.

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  5. Labyrinth is my favorite, but then I love a maze!

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  6. I sure like the scrappy stars and the labyrinth. Both are great looking patterns. I imagine the choice of colors could make them look quite different. Very nice. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your pics.

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  7. Again, thanks for sharing! Our own little virtual quilt show!!! I just love those scrappy stars!! Its been on my list for a couple of years!!

    Blessings

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  8. It's amazing how different a single block looks than it does with the whole quilt! I love Olde Hickory. I always prefer the designs that are ever so slightly whacky or asymmetrical.

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