The American edition.
The following quilts all came from across the pond so to speak. I believe they were the best in show, well a selection of… there were a few more but they were displayed in the darkest booth and some of my photos were awful so apologies for the omission.
Also – moaning alert! – they weren’t given any name tag and some were distinctively un-iron/creased. C’mon Birmingham, you can do better than that!!
I’ve had to do a little bit of digging so if I got names/quilts wrong please let me know and I’ll put things right. (For example, if you know who made the gorgeous quilt on the main page I’d be very grateful)
Warp and Weft by Meadow Mist Design
The ground she moves, flies by Kari Anderson
Die Beem by Lindsey Neill
Cabana quilt by Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill
Lincoln by Kim Smith Soper
Another inspiring body of work that set my mind spinning in all sort of directions (in a good way… not like when I enter my eldest room and see the state it’s in…) was the booth of Victoria Findlay Wolf.
Her modern interpretation of traditional quilting patterns is just wonderful.
I’ve left the show bamboozled by the number of people but really inspired to get going, and that’s what it’s all about right?