Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Dubois Quilt Show #5

Twisted Lone Star
sadly, I neglected to note the quilter of this beauty
 The unusual spiral design of this Lone Star quilt caught my eye. I believe it was made during a guild class because there were two more made in different colors.

Tanga Rhapsody
made by Leigh T.
93 x 106 inches
a block of the month project
I neglected to get the name of the quilt or even
the quilter's name for this beauty.
It was made with Kansas Troubles or similar
fabrics and was stunning.


  1. That twisted lone star is really eye catcher! All three quilts today are beautiful, but the last one is very appealing to me. I'm always amazed at the artistry and workmanship!

  2. Beautiful..and what work has gone into those!!...

  3. Love the colors of the first one and the design of the last one:)

  4. My favorite of these three is the second one. Beautiful!

  5. Oh, those are amazing! The twisted star would look great in my guest room. I love brown and turquoise together.

  6. Twisted Lone Star--I would be the envy of every woman in Texas if I owned that! Beautiful!

  7. twisted Lone star is my favorite today!

  8. Each is very pretty, I love the twisted Lone Star as well.

  9. I am always amazed at these fantastic quilts. Far Side Connie saw my blog post tonight and told me about your blog and where you are from. If you get a chance, stop by to visit and read about our tiger.

  10. p.s. I should have explained that our bronze tiger was cast in your city.

  11. Wow! That spiraling star is great. Someday I'm going to make a lone star. But who knows when. Great quilts this time round.

  12. Love love love that Lone Star. That's another quilt on my bucket list.



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