Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Chelmsford Quilters' Guild Show


Chelmsford Quilters' Guild Show 

I didn't put a quilt into the show this year and really regret not getting it together to do so.  You know those certain periods of life where you feel spread thin?  That's me right now.  

The show was so nice.  I did a low key sashiko demo on Saturday and loved sitting, stitching, and introducing sashiko to various individuals and small groups.  Forgot to snap a photo!  

I also helped with "white glove" duty on Saturday which I love to do.  

Here is a small sampling of my faves from the show: 

Cyndi Muiznieks' quilt:



 Jean Whiting's quilt:




And this HAND pieced and quilted beauty, by Maryann Geiser, hands down my favorite in the show:





And lastly this one by Karen Smith, my dear neighbor when we moved to Massachusetts from Maryland years ago.  Quilting helps keep us connected! 





In other news, David and I attended a function at this cool venue - the Bennett Public Library -  in Billerica MA (yes we moved to New Hampshire but keep getting pulled back to MA!) -


Don't we quilters see APPLIQUE in rose windows like these?



x
Cynthia 


5 comments:

  1. What lovely quilts....I especially am drawn to "Can You Find the Cats" tho they are all lovely....Hugs, Julierose

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  2. Beautiful quilts. I love local shows and you have some great quilts in this one! It has been a crazy Spring hasn't it! I keep hoping to get together at the museum, but I just haven't found a window.

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  3. What lovely quilts - thanks for sharing.

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  4. nice show - local shows are my new favorite. Have you picked what you're doing at seminar yet? let me know and maybe we do something together.

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  5. i was researching cemeteries in pittston, maine, looking for ancestors when i found sally palmer field's resting place...a beautiful small marker stone with a quilt block etched in it...

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