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March 27, 2011


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Mary on Lake Pulaski

Thanks for sharing with us who can't attend!

Jenny McH

Thank you for the photos of the wonderful quilts. Four ladies & myself are visiting the US in late April to go to the Paducah Quilt show, how we wish that the Red & White quilt show was still on when we are in the country. To see such a show is a once in a lifetime experience. from Jenny (Australia)


Oh - I love them all!!! Thanks so much for these.


Wow!! Thank you for sharing these, just amazing!!


I love all the ones you picked. We are going on Wednesday, I can't wait!!!!

Teresa Rawson

Thank you for sharing the pictures...particularly the one from a distance. What a cool way to hang a show! I wish I could have been there. Yes, after seeing your pictures and some others in blogland, there is a red and white quilt in my future.

In stitches,
Teresa :o)


Hey Megan! Glad you had a great time. Might want to figure out the red bleeding issue from the last post before you commit to a Big red and white applique quilt.:p
See you Saturday at the Firehouse? Fondly Cheryl


Ohhhhh. Lucky you!! I sooo wish I had seen them.

Pat Sloan

wasn't that the most amazing exhibit EVER? I'm so inspired by it I created a blog to keep track of all the posts, photos ..etc.

I added your blog, you can share with others if you like!


I agree with you - I think we'll see a lot of red & white quilts in the future. I suspect a lot of designers are going to take advantage of this amazing collection. Sadly I ended up sick and couldn't get there. Hopefully someone will sponsor this show again in the future - six days isn't anywhere near long enough


I love the "daisy" one and so want too make it too! It was a fantastic show, so glad I got to see it.


I came especially from Belgium to see the show .It was a one in a lifetime experience . I still can' get enough off the pictures on the web , i even dream white - red quilts.

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