Some more goodies from the quilt show I visited Tuesday. (For part 1 please click here.)
These next quilts were from members of the various European quilters guildes and some guest collections.
“Jubilee quilt” (Dutch guild???)
I looked like the squares were actually “minis” that had been appliqued to the blue blackground. The blocks were hand sewn.
I am so sad that this photo is so blurry! It is an EPP block that so looks like my Honey Honey pattern! Actually this Jubilee quilt is the very first one that I photographed in the show… and it was the one with this block. Kind of weird how things go!
My Honey Honey pattern looks like this, remember?
Ok, back to the show!
This gorgeous quilt won first prize in last years in the Traditional category. It is made by Kea Gutker de Geus-Ploegman, a wonderful joyful lady!
Here she is in the picture!
An oblong log cabin in which the strips have different sizes! Quilted on a longarm.
Another one of Kea’s quilts:
This next one was called “Millenium Geflonker” (loosely translated as “Millenium Dazzle”)
This next gorgeous zingy quilt was by Bärbel Lehrke. It is called “Schräge Wege”, loosely translated as “Crossroads”.
The photo does not do it justice. The orange was actually more of a neon colour. It really stood out from the rest of the quilts.
This “Butterfly wings” quilt had monograms on it. I do not know who made this. Maybe someone of the Dutch Guilde.
This is an example of the work by Dutch quilter Hilde van Schaardenburg. She combines embroidery and quilting. The colours were lustrous and esoteric.
This amazing quilt was one of many by Maya Chaimovich from Israel. Click for here for an interview by the Jewish Channel on YouTube (starts at 04:00 min). They talk about an exhibition this past summer in Manhattan.
This quilt was made by Brigitte Morgenroth and was called “Wirbelwind’ (“Twister”)
I do not know who made this superb black and white quilt. It is gorgeous anyway!
Some examples of Bella Kaplans, also from Israel, large collection of quilts.
The last art work I would not classify as quilt, but I found it very interesting. I kept coming back to it.
It is called “Skin” and was made by Maryan Geluk. It is made with the punch technique.
I hereby declare my “show and tell” of the quilt show in Veldhoven FINISHED!
p.s. I am linking up with Finish it Up Friday