Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wonderful Wednesday - NCQSI Edition - Day Two

NCQSI Day Two began with a trip through the small gym...  It may have been smaller in size, but it was still filled with any number of GORGEOUS quilts!!

First up, a quilt featuring one of my favorite color combinations:


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(Incomplete) Collection of donation blocks for Quilts of Valor:


Another example of Augusta Cole's Confetti pattern:


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Another super-scrappy quilt:


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A quick-looking Patriotic quilt:


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My photos don't do this quilt justice:



Focusing on the clock face:



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Bonnie Hunter's Jamestown Landing in GREEN:


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Another version of the Confetti quilt:


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Apologies to the maker, but I missed the tag of this Boston Commons with spectacular feather quilting:


Another pleasing display of tamed large-scale prints:


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Bonnie Hunter strikes again, inspiring this version of her Smith Mountain Morning quilt:


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A textural weather map:


A close-up of the textured piece:


And... the maker tag:


Not your Grandmother's Log Cabin quilt:


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A close-up of the rule work and free-hand border quilting...


... And another showing the interesting roof quilting designs:


I went back for some close-ups of the quilting on this quilt:






One more Confetti quilt:


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A scrap-a-licous Rail Fence quilt:


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A tiny wonder:


With the accompanying maker tag:


Circles!!  In batiks, no less:


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Look!!  A T-shirt quilt, too:


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Oops!  A maker tag BEFORE the accompanying quilt:


Here is the quilt, but it's a bit blurry:


Another beautiful bargello:


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Scrappy with pieced letters... LOVE it:


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If you didn't know before, I'm sure you may have figured it out now...  I absolutely LOVE scrappy quilts!!!  If you are one of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge Quilters, YOU probably like them, too.

Until next time...
Quilt a rainbow!!!

3 comments:

  1. How did I miss that clock quilt?

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  2. What an amazing collection, thank you for sharing.

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  3. Some wonderful scrappy quilts. Bonnie Hunter is popular, but so is that confetti quilt pattern. It does make up beautifully. Thanks for sharing.

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