This past weekend was the Spokane Valley Quilt Show.
I thought rather than sharing pictures of the
oh-so many beautiful quilts,
I would share a couple that used unique techniques.
First is the Poppy~
It uses a couple of techniques.
Many small pieces layered then quilted give the background almost
a Monet-like appearance.
It was interesting to see how this was all quilted together.
There was another one that was more of a mountain scene using the same
Then there was a quilt that used so many techniques,
it's difficult to keep track.
I was somewhat flabbergasted to say the least.
Applique, ruching, embroidery, hand-quilting...
And do you see it?
It's fabric turning like the quilt I am still working on.
The entire thing was beautifully done.
This show has become one of my favorites.
The people are friendly - both those who are working,
and those who are viewing.
It is professional, and the quilts are well presented.
If you are ever in the area at the right time,
I would certainly recommend attending.
Until next time,
Nimble Fingers and Even Stitches