Monday, November 25, 2013

Show and tell Shipshewana 2013–part 2

Some more photos from show and tell.  Just enjoy:

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Wasn’t this amazing?  If you want you can also visit Rosmary’s blog and see the smilebox she has made showing this wonderful show and tell. She sat on another place than me and have these quilts from another angel.

I am safe back home from my trip to Shipshewana.  I have loved every minute of it.  Thank you to all the girls that was at the DJ reatreat.  It has been a pleasure learning to know you. 

I have still more photos to blog, but now I have to go to sleep to get over this jet-legg.

12 comments:

bodilshobby.blogg.no said...

Så mange nydelige tepper. Det må ha vært en stor opplevelse!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

all so pretty - thanks for sharing :)

Jeanne said...

The Show and Tell was wonderful!

Jeanne said...

The Show and Tell was wonderful!

Nancy said...

OMG!! Incredible! Can't believe that part 2 is even better than part 1!! That blue and white quilt just sings for me. Thanks again.

Nana's Quilts said...

Thanks for all the photos. Some of those are just amazing - such skill. Wow! Glad if you had a good time. Now just to adjust to your "real" time. Good wishes.

jofridsquilt said...

Fantastisk mange flotte quilter. God tur videre og takk for at dere deler. :-)

margaret said...

what a wonderful display of quilts and to have been there to see it you lucky girl. Having someone tell about making them all must have been so special, can see myself revisiting this blog for more eye candy

Martina Bartsch said...

Welcome home, and thanks for showing

Paula said...

Thank you for sharing, all so beautiful.

paulette said...

WOW!! Your show blew me away!! Incredible!!

Heidi said...

I am in LOVE with all four of those red and white sampler quilts. They all looked like they used similar quilt blocks. Do you have any idea where they may have gotten the pattern from?

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