I have a quilt in the exhibition called 'In The Spotlight' which is a small gallery showing up and coming quilters at the show and it is not part of the competitions so it is not judged at all. Trouble is that not all the quilters are up and coming, some are well known and it is stretching the term a bit.... I will say no more.
Anyway, this is the first time I have ever had a quilt put up at a major show and so I thought I would post a photo of it. This is the one I took at home because the show organisers have put a spotlight shining onto the middle of the quilt and I think it is too bright so the photo of it I took at the show is not as good as this one I took in my spare bedroom at home. The theme we were given was "Adventures in Wonderland" to celebrate 150 years of the Alice in Wonderland book by Lewis Carroll. I liked the rabbit because of its heart heraldry. I think if you look closely you will see I have tried to inject some humour into the theme. I am pleased with the quilt but think I should have quilted the background, so I ordered Diane Gaudynski's book called 'Guide to Machine Quilting' just now because I think it will inspire me. When I receive the quilt back I may have another fiddle with it. After all, I am an up and coming quilter and I am still learning.
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