Q is for Quilts

Q is for Quilts

The Arizona Quilter’s Guild held their annual quilt show March 24-26, 2016, at the Mesa Convention Center. Thanks to my good friend, Linda Murphy, for inviting me to go with her. Here are some of the beautiful quilts on display. In some cases, I’ve given a long shot and a close up so that you can see the details. Click on smaller photos to enlarge and reveal captions.


Heart Tree by Barbara Futoma


Folk Art Fantasy by Catherine Vaught


Cutest. Alphabet Quilt. Ever.


Dragonflies Surround Me by Carol Carpenter


Sewing in Circles by Pam McMahon


Kayenta Formation by Ann Peterson


Poppies by Karen Brandt

I took many more photographs, but I’m sorry, I can’t post them, because I lost track of which quilts are which, and I can’t give proper credit to the makers. I made every effort to label each picture with the correct quilter’s name. If you catch an error, please mention in the comments below so that I can make the correction.

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4 responses »

  1. Oh my! Such beautiful quilts. I went back to your post on July 15, 2015 and looked at the quilts you made. I loved them too, you do lovely work. My mom along with other church ladies gathered around a quilting frame in our basement to make quilts for missionaries in the 1950s and 60s. A nice memory for me.

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    • Thanks, Betty. I’m quilting again, after many years of not being able to find the time. My new church has a group of “Piecemakers” who make baby quilts–for the Crisis Pregnancy Center, and for baptisms. In the last month I’ve completed one, and started another.

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