One thing about the Paducah show I found a tiny bit frustrating is that we couldn't look at the quilts straight on because of the way they hang the quilts and barriers. I do realize it takes a LOT of work to hang a quilt show, so I'm sure they do the best they can.
The quilt above is: Nearly A 9 Patch by Laura Welklin, Indiana
Below: Kaleidoscope Trees by Judith Phelps, Washington
Above: Aurora Borealis by Peggy Marquardt, Wisconsin
Below: When My Spirit Is Set Free by Teri Cherne, New Hampshire
Right: Black Pearl
By Aline Bugarin and Natasha Bugarin, Brazil
Below: Pop-Up Posies
by Erin Russek and Karen McTavish, Colorado
Above: Roman Mosaic Tapestry
by Sue Sherman, Canada
These next two quilts were quilts displayed that have appeared in books. This quilt is from Divide and Design, which I own. I love the idea of this, dividing up big spaces and making a secondary design with your machine quilting. Just need to give it a try!! The quilt below may be from the same book but I'm not positive.
These two quilts were part of the Korean Quilts Now exhibit which was hung in the Paducah School of Art & Design.
This picture and the one below show an exhibit of quilts from Brazil! Very artistic!
Above: A close-up of the thread painting in Kaleidoscope Trees
Below: Argyle Gone Wild byVicki Ruebel, Nevada
That's all I have from Spring Paducah 2018 folks! Are you still cleaning your studio? If so, head over to Debby Brown Quilts to see how she did!
The blog hop ends tomorrow!