Monday, June 12, 2017

Genesee Valley QuiltFest

Here are a few of my top picks for the Genesee Valley Quiltfest in Rochester, NY from last weekend.




I wouldn't have used that green and the various madders, but it really works!







 This was a favorite of mine.






 I really enjoyed this display by the quilt club. Look at them all!
So adorable!

I hope you've been inspired by a quilt or two shown here.

Have a wonderful week!

25 comments:

  1. Preciosas cada una de los quilts. Me han encantado. Un beso

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  2. looks like an amazing show! I wonder how far it is from me here in CT.
    Loved seeing Christine's quilt. She is a fabulous quilter and such a nice lady

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  3. I like the floral quilt a lot but the basket quilt is the best. The quilting itself is beautiful. And the color combination striking. Must be a very good quilt show.

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  4. Lori gracias por compartir!!
    me encantan todas, pero la primera flores aplicación, fabulosa

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  5. Lori,
    Thanks for sharing the show! Your picks were all wonderful. I love the quilting, I'm always inspired with such gorgeous samples. Love the display of Childrens sewing machines.

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  6. Wow! They are all winners! Ever single one. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I sure liked your picks :0) That Believe? quilt was handquilted!! Beautiful! Thanks for the close ups of the quilting on that first basket quilt - lovely!

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  8. These are beautiful! I've added the Genesee Valley QuiltFest to my bucket list of quilt shows!! Thank you.

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  9. Wonderful quilts - loved the Hexagon flowers and Karen's poppies = Wow. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I like each one of your top picks.
    I don't think I've seen little machines like those before. That is quite a display!

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  11. Beautifully inspiring quilts--thanks for the tour Hugs, Julierose

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  12. Wonderful, thanks for sharing.

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  13. Wow! The poppies are my favorite! Absolutely stunning1 As if the flowers weren't enough, the background really adds so much more interest! :-)
    I like the hexie one too.... and I've always admired that Jo Morton quilt! Funny thing is I have that as a "gathered BOM" from about 2010? I think I should dust it off and get stitching on it! :-)
    Have a great week!

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  14. Wow! What a quilt show! Must have been really had to pick favorites. I love thos tiny baskets and the quilting on that is truly amazing! I'm a sucker for nine patches so that is also a favorite. Beautiful show! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Those are some special quilts. Thanks, Lori

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  16. Thanks for sharing this great gallery of quilts! Always love the LeMoyne star. I'm especially impressed by Jean Lemmon's floral hexagon quilt--the fussy cutting, bold broderie perse medallion, nice quilting, and that hexagon border are all standout details!

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  17. Lori, you saw some GREAT quilts! Looks like that was a fabulous show! I think my favorites are the first one with all the applique and the one made for ALS (interesting that the first two pictures show the background as white; the close up shows it as yellow!). Hope she got a lot of money for that great cause!

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  18. Great pix! Thanks for taking the time to post them! I liked your favorite a lot too! Imagine making that a donation quilt! Wow, I would have bought a bunched of tickets! Beautiful! And the dedication! Cheers!

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  19. Thank you for sharing with blog land. I don't comment often but I do want you to know you are appreciated for what you do. Liz

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    1. That is very sweet. Thank you Liz!

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  20. Wonderful quilt show! I especially loved the baskets!

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  21. Hard to choose my favorite from the Quilt Show here. Thanks for sharing. You have been traveling a bit! Inspiration comes from all over.

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  22. Appreciate the quilt show photos. Pretty designs and beautiful workmanship. I would have loved to have been able to attend the show.

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