Tuesday, September 18, 2012

SAN DIEGO QUILT SHOW

Some friends and I took the Coaster Train down to San Diego to see the San Diego Quilt Show last Friday. The train was fun and the Show was great! There were so many gorgeous quilts at the show it was hard to choose just a few to share with you here.  I couldn't resist the DearJane and 2 Orca Bays. The rainbow quilt is fun and reminds me of the RSC2012 that so many of us are participating in.  The workmanship on these quilts is amazing! The photos I took? Not so much. Enjoy the show. . .
"African Slant" by Janice Pennington 86x86 original design
#139: "Mandie Jane" by Amanda Taylor 83x83
"New Beginnings" by Joan Torbett 75x85
"Kordova Klosure" by Sandi Delman 108x100
"Oh, My Stars" by Midge Kincaid 85x85
"Home Sweet Home" by Jennifer Phillips 75x75
BLUE RIBBON Winner!
"Rainbow From Hell" by Sharon Claar 59x84
 All credit information listed with each quilt, was taken from the SDQS program guide.

Linking to:
 Connie at Freemotion by the River.

Jo's County Junction - Try it on Tuesday.

Until next time... I will be sewing tonight; what are you up to?

Quilty Hugs,

10 comments:

Sue Daurio said...

What a great show! Thanks for sharing. Love the rainbor from hell, there's gotta be a story behind that one :)

Connie said...

Beautiful quilts Cyn and I hope you enjoyed your train ride! Did you also do any shopping.......? Thanks for sharing.
Freemotion at the River Linky Party Tuesday

scraphappy said...

So many beautiful quilts! I wonder what that poor rainbow quilt did to have to be from hell? Glad you enjoyed the quilt show.

Sheila said...

Beautiful quilts, especially Home Sweet Home. The Coaster Train sounds like fun.

Denise :) said...

Hey Cyn! Lots of fun quilts there -- are shows fun? I was stationed in San Diego ... many, many moons ago!! Hugs!! :)

Cattinka said...

Beautiful quilts, and I personally like the blue ribbon winner best.
KATRIN W .

Pat from Florida said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Elly D said...

These are gorgeous Cyn! Wish I could have been there with you to see these up close and in person. It's hard to say which I like the best. I'm wondering also what happened with the Rainbow that it should have been from Hell. LOL

Thank you for sharing.. hugs Elly

Amber said...

Very beautiful quilts! My mom likes to make quilts :)

I just wanted to let you know that I have a different blog now. It is located at:

http://hangingoutinthesunflowerpatch.blogspot.com

You are a follower of my former blog, Honeysuckle Cottage. I hope you will come visit me!

Have a good week! ~Amber

Brynwood Needleworks said...

OMG! I still have soooo much to learn. These quilts are fabulous! Thanks for sharing them, Cyn.
xoxo
Donna