I took a break from our crazy busy schedule this week to attend the Indianapolis Quilt Guild quilt show. I thought I would share a few favorites with you. The first one is a quilt by the ladies at the Quilt's Plus booth. I already own this quilt kit. I bought it about 30 seconds after they started offering it for sale. It's next in line on my to do list. I have the perfect spot in my front hall for it to hang.
Next up is a Civil War Diary quilt in the Ruth's Legacy booth. Someday before I die I want to make one of these. Ruth's actually offers the pre-printed paper piecing patterns if you're interested.
I was very, very careful to document the show entrant's names in order to give them credit. And wouldn't you know it the show winner's photo didn't turn out. I'm actively seeking her info and I will post it here once I get it. In the mean time I know you can purchase the pattern and a starter kit for this quilt at Quilt's Plus if you're crazy enough to try it.
I loved everything about this one with the houses. My photo doesn't even come close to doing it justice. It was made by Jan Johnson and quilted by Cyndia Gerner.
And then this one also caught my eye. The colors were just gorgeous. It was made and hand quilted by Judy Sheets. She did a beautiful, beautiful job on this.
There were hundreds of beautiful quilts on display and I can't possibly show them all. The ladies in the Indianapolis Guild are very, very talented. I'll close with one of my favorites of the antique log cabin display. It will always be a toss up for me, I can't decide if the log cabin or the simple nine patch is my all-time favorite block. What is your favorite?