Monday, September 15, 2014

Norwegian Quilt Festival–part seven

Are you still with me?

Both friday evening and saturday evening we all met in the big conference room.

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Friday evening some of the teachers had ashow and tell with the quilts they was teaching this weekend.  Sorry about the photos, but it was a little bit dark to get good photos.  But enjoy the photos and get inspired.  Remember it is so much better to really be in the room and see them for yourself.

Ellen Borge

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Rie Norum

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Catharina Svenningson

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Buggy Barn

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Jo Morton

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Camille Roskelley

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The ladies from Riley Blake Designs

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Masako – Crib quilt

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Lynette Anderson

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and Sue Daley

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Saturday evening the foreign teachers gave “Who we are and how we work” and showed us even more quilts.  It was very interesting and I am so happy these teachers came over to Norway to teach at the quilt festival.

Buggy Barn

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Jo Morton

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Camille Roskelley

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Lynette Anderson

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and Sue Daley

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still one more post to come …….

19 comments:

Frances said...

Thank you for such comprehensive coverage of your festival. It sounds wonderful.

Rosa said...

Thanks for the great pics.Anyone is just awesome!!

Gunilla said...

Wow! Jag är rikigt avundsjuk och ångrar så att jag inte åkte dit!

Yvonne W said...

What a feast for the eyes and great inspiration.

Cathy said...

Wow, what a good collection of teachers you had for your festival!

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

thank you so much for sharing this - I love seeing these quilts and the work looks wonderful and so many look like they were done by hand not machine. I love the old time feel of many of the patterns compared to the very modern look we see so much in the states - I prefer the older patterns and the look of them

Unknown said...

I have really enjoyed all the festival photos. It looks like it was a fantastic event, thanks for sharing.

margaret said...

such variety but I was surprised that there does not seem to be much in the way of bright colours, here bright is very popular at the moment. Sue Daley and Lynette Anderson stole the scene for me lovely quilts

paulette said...

LOVED every moment!! Lovely quilts!

paulette said...

LOVED every moment!! Lovely quilts!

Christine Barnsley said...

What a wonderful show! The quilts are fabulous!! Thank you for all the lovely photographs! :) x

Susan said...

Thank you for sharing your photos of all the beautiful quilts. Inspiration overload!

Sue Robinson said...

Thank you for posting all these wonderful pictures from the show. I wish I'd been there but this was second best!

Rita said...

Har fulgt postene dine med fryd og gledet meg over alle de flotte bildene.Kjekt å se for oss som ikke fikk anledning, men skulle gjerne ha vært der selv :D

Thrity Anthon said...

Thank you for the wonderful posts. I must say how much I admire your dedication to the blog and how much I have enjoyed your posts. If you have any mover information on the quilts in the second photo today I would be very grateful, I love it!

Grethe said...

Å May Britt, du er vel den beste vel!!! Topp fine 7 poster.
Så gøy å oppleve alt om-igjen gjennom dine bilder. Takk for "going down memory lane" :-) :-)

Jeanne said...

What a fabulous event! So happy you were able to attend. Thank you for sharing the photos!

Michal Erika said...

What great pictures! I was there too but my pictures aren't nearly as fine. Thank u sew much for sharing :)

Ineke van den Akker said...

Fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing.
with love,
Ineke

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