This is a photo that I took of my quilt at the show, you can see the ribbons that I won.
|A Time for all Seasons ©2016 Linda Steele|
I'll give you all the details and some close up photos of the quilt in my next post.
Here is a photo of Bella Rouge, the quilt by Ramona Resurreccion that won Best of Show.
|Ramona Resurreccion with her quilt Bella Rouge|
|Ramona with her quilt Timeless Treasure|
Her other quilt was in the Modern Quilt section, it is a quilt that she designed based on the triangle roof of Federation Square in Melbourne.
|Making a Point by Ramona Resurreccion|
|Annie Andrews with her quilt Sandrannie|
|Texas Stars by Annie Andrews|
|Please Find my Home by Eileen Campbell|
|Waterlilies by Suzanne Moore|
|The Pleasure of Patchwork by Darelle Castelow|
|Quilted Diamonds by Pat Carroll|
|Star Medallion by Desley Maisano|
While I was doing my white glove duty a man came up to me and asked if I could photograph him in front of his quilt. In return he gave me permission to post a photo on my blog
|Denham by Max Lennie|
The Profile a Quilter this year was the beautiful long arm quilter Karen Terrens. Here are a couple of her quilts that were on display.
|First Blush by Karen Terrens|
|A Table for Two by Karen Terrens|
My friend Julie Adamson is a hand quilter and she won Excellence in Hand Quilting and Applique with her quilt called Victorian Lace.
|Victorian Lace by Julie Adamson|
|Victorian lace detail|
Waverley Patchworkers gave an award for the Mainly Applique two person section and it was won by Marjorie Bell for her quilt called the Conway Album Quilt.
Here is a photo of me with Marjorie in front of her quilt.
Here is a photo of the quilt.
The Victorian Quilters Showcase had so many beautiful quilts this year and it was a well-attended show. Congratulations to everyone who had a quilt in the show. I always say that anyone who finishes a quilt is a winner. They are easy to start but hard to finish.
In my next post I'll show some more photos of my quilt.
Bye for now,