Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Last Weekend

The weekend started bright and early and the first photo shows everyone putting the last touches in place for the opening of The Quilts in the Barn at Linda's . It was a busy, busy day with so many people streaming in to see Petra Prins Chintz quilts, books and fabrics.
We also had Mary and Joe Koval with their antique quilts and fabrics, Quiltmania books and the Quilted Crow shop from Hobart.
This was my quilt on display with a piece of 1900 Chintz fabric in the centre. I had bought it from Mary Koval a couple of years ago.

This was part of Mary's display.

Di Ford and Meghan selling Chintz fabrics surrounded by Petra's beautiful Chintz quilts.
It sold very quickly and by Sunday little was left.

One of the antique Chintz quilts on show that I really liked. The colours although faded were beautiful.



All the quilts hanging up were stunning.
The next photo was taken Sunday afternoon with Linda and some of her helpers. All money raised goes to Breast Cancer Research.



Missie of Traditional Primitives said...

The quilt you made is lovely! I like the chintz with brown! Sounds like a wonderful weekend!,

Phyllis said...

Wonderful pictures, great quilts and love the quilt you made. It must have been lovely to be there. Great cause!

Lori said...

Lucky you got to attend! It gets better and better every year!!

WoolenSails said...

What a wonderful show and so many beautiful quilts, your's included.


Susan said...

Looks like it was another huge success......so many beautiful quilts. I hope I get there one day.

Linda C said...

Dorothy doesn't just attend, she helps out on the front desk each day for the whole 3 days. And we are very happy to have her!!!

Every Stitch said...

Great post Dorothy! Was lovely to meet you at the front desk on Saturday. Your chintz medallion is beautiful and have a photo of it on my blogpost about QITB - love what you did to feature that antique piece.

Every Stitch said...

Forgot to say - love that new header quilt:)

Glenda said...

Thanks so much for sharing the show with us Dorothy, so many lovely quilts there, wish it was like on NEO and you could click on the photo's and zoom right up to the photo. LOL It sure looked like it was a big success. Love the quilt of yours that you hung it is stunning. Cheers Glenda