WARNING!!! PHOTO HEAVY POST!!!
OMG!!! The quilts! The people. The entire experience. Sigh...
Plenty of available parking:
Thank you, random photographer:
We appreciate your tip:
Entry into the land of Modern Quilting:
An inside photo:
I can't believe we're at:
Charity Quilt Challenge:
Kona Color of the Year:
All that and I haven't even paid my admission yet!!!
Thank you, Amanda Jean Nyberg!! You even signed my book in February's RSC Color of the Month:
Once inside, HERE is Jacquie Gering during her demo time:
Interesting applique quilt:
Shown by the makers of Painter's Palette Solids:
An interesting Handwork entry:
And from the Applique category:
I did NOT touch the quilt!!
Small Quilts and Applique appear to have shared a space:
Modern Quilt Guild's 2016 Quilts of the Month:
Hey, Sue! Britt says, "Hi!" And, look! Rainbows for PULSE:
Helena says, "Hello, Sue!!"
Hey, look, Sue!! Circles!! Wish you were here.
Wow!! That's BOLD:
Improvisational Design category mixed in with the Modern Traditionalism category:
Oops!! I was SEW intrigued by the quilting that I forgot to get a photo of the whole quilt:
A container ship blocking the view of River Street:
With lunch done, let's get back to the quilts:
Fan girl moment for Sue:
Thanks, Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Company!!
Exhausted, but happy:
And one last Charity Quilt Challenge:
Indian Bottle Brush plant, I don't recall ever seeing one before:
Taking the ferry to River Street and dinner beyond:
Spanky's... A trip down memory lane:
Gnarly old trees:
The tour trolley:
Dinner at a Savannah landmark:
The original house was built in 1771:
Dinner on the "patio" with friends:
Happy Birthday from the Tableside Singer:
Selfie with Helena on the way home:
MUST remember these solids!! They feel fabulous:
No more pictures, as I'm taking over the wheel:
I want to apologize to any of the quilter's with mixed up or left out show cards to identify their quilts. I can only do so much with my cellphone and my memory. Thanks for your understanding!
Until next time...
Enjoy the journey!!!