Friday, May 20, 2011

Friday Flickr Finds - Bloggers' Quilt Festival Edition

Just a few of my favorites from the Blogger's Quilt Festival Flickr pool ...

1. bloggers' quilt festival 2011, 2. DSC08895, 3. Ephemeral Elegance, 4. Single Girl Quilt - hanging a, 5. IMG_7485, 6. Basket Quilt, 7. Completed Selvage Quilt!!, 8. kaleidoscope, 9. gardenpaths03

Thanks again to Amy for hosting this amazing collection of quilts!


Tammara, Jess and Cory said...

Thanks for sharing I love these and such talent and ideas to share.

Dana said...

hey theres mine! glad you like it!:-)

Linz said...

There are so many amazing quilts in the festival!! I have really enjoyed it!! Thanks for sharing and thanks to Amy for hosting!

Chicken Julie said...

Thanks for linking mine. This was my first year visiting the festival and I had so much fun looking at all the quilts - they were amazing!! I am feeling so inspired today!

justabitfrayed said...

I know that 3rd quilt! It's Debbie's from Esch house quilts! She's in my MQG guild and I got to see it up close! It's so awesome!

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