Monday, May 3, 2010

Paducah Quilt Show

My Sister, her friend (Pam) and I went to the Paducah Quilt show... These pictures are a very few quilts that we saw.. The workmanship is all the quilts that was there were spectacular.... The quilt on the bottom of the pictures is hexagon's that is the size of a dime.... This whole quilt is made of these little hexagon's, it was amazing to see this quilt and I wonder how long it took to make this bed size quilt....If you ever have an opportunity to go to Paducah , You should go and wear real good walking shoes... With all the quilts to see and all the vendors that are there, you could spend three days walking through all three buildings in order to see everything.... I left there with quilt overload, but I enjoyed every minute that I was there... :) 


Colleen said...

Lucky girl! And that hexagon quilt is amazing!

Maggey and Jim said...


Susan In Texas said...

I recognize the quilt with the man and woman ignoring each other from Houston. It really caught my eye; I took pictures of it too. Did it win any prize in Paducah? The rest of the quilts you have pictured are really lovely too. Isn't it great to see the high level that quilting can attain at these big shows? I'm always just flabbergasted at the artistry and skill.

Also, did you get to see Little Brown Bird applique quilt done up in deep purple that won Best in Show in Dallas? I spoke with the maker and she said it was on its way to Paducah. I cannot believe it wouldn't have won some sort of prize - that was one spectacular quilt.

Thanks for the pictures,

John'aLee said...

Hi! I just wanted to say thanks for following my blog!
I agree....wasn't Paducah awesome?! The quilts were spectacular!

Caron said...

Nice photos! Thanks for sharing! I tried to email you back after your comment on my page about the red fabric but there was no email address listed on your website.

Shasta said...

Thanks for the pretty quilt pictures. that hexagon quilt is amazing.

John'aLee said...

Thank you sweetie for your sweet comments and for entering the give away.
By the way...the second and third quilts you have posted on this blog post from booth was right across from these on the first floor in the convention center. Did I meet you? I was demoing the EZ Dresden ruler and the EZ Scallop ruler just to jog your memory!

John'aLee said...

I am so sorry I didn't get to meet you. I have a bad back....and I work as long as I can at the shows and then head back to the hotel. Bummer!!!
Maybe next year??!!
Good Luck with your Meet Me In Paris Quilt. It is a fun one to do!