These were my fav quilts there. Monochromatic by Barbara Lange.
I also liked section where the quilts were called Shapes but I didn't pay much attention to the labels. Some were by Uta Lenk but not sure if all of them.
*Update: all the shapes quilt were by Uta Lenk.
My eye also caught quilts in Challenge Mother Nature.
Especially quilts by Czech author Jaroslava Grycová. These tiny pieces were absolutely amazing in detail.
There was also quilt by Joanna from Shape Month maybe you read her post about this quilt.
I was happy to see some Vasarely art as well. I actually found this as free pattern some time ago and if I had a bucket list this would be on it. No, yellow will not make it into my quilt :-)
Challenge Application had some fun pieces in it as well. This one was called Anatomy of the Old Age.
There were few section that didn't really speak to me so no pics of those. Carnival of Fabrics was good in improv piecing but all those colors randomly put together scared me away. I also got the true sense of minis due to Traditional and Miniature section.
Leslie Harwood is probably the queen of tiniest pieces ever. She had quite a few there.
It was my second time going to this quilt show. As I said yesterday to me it is more social thing. I get much more inspiration on the web and from bloggers I follow. I don't have an intention to send a quilt there. One of the reasons is that the section for Czech quilts has the worst lighting. See for yourself. Would you like to have a shadow to half of your quilt or be in the shadow on the side? Not to mention one quilt hanging on blue plastic cover sheet which was all over the other side.
I have much more pics. I'll share some next time if you interested or maybe just a few more.
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