Saturday, October 1, 2011

Cottonwood Guild Meeting and Kathy Kansier









Back on September 20th, I went to the Cottonwood quilt guild meeting and enjoyed the program by Kathy Kansier from Ozark, Missouri. She was a very delightful person and had a wonderful sense of humor and many wonderful quilts to show us. Her program was entitled "Quilts with Great Edges". Most of them were antique quilts, mostly hand quilted and some hand pieced. Very pretty and I loved the old soft feel of them. Here are a few pictures of her quilts. I love this fan quilt and the border, it was so neat.
Another fan quilt, another edge treatment.
And yet another Fan quilt.                                                                                                                                                                             If you look closely at this pink and white border, the "scallops" are hearts.
Large scallops
This was a nice quilt but the prairie points were large and floppy. There are spider webs quilted between the blocks and I think the flowers are Daffodils.
This looks like a difficult border treatment to do.
This is a large Yo-Yo quilt but what was so unusual about it? It was completely appliqued onto a background fabric..It was really gorgeous!!  I have more to tell you about that trip, we found some bargain's at an "Outlet Store" or I like to call it a Flea Market. I hope to be back soon, I've so much more to tell..Sew until next time, have a "Stitches" kind of day..

4 comments:

Karen said...

Wow, what beautiful quilts! Makes you want to try something "fancy" with your edges on the next quilt you make.

Lee Prairie Designs said...

WOW is right!!!! Wonderful.
Carolyn

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

What beautiful quilts! Thanks for the show.

GardenofDaisies said...

WOW! Every single one of these quilts are amazing!