This gorgeous log cabin took my eye straight away .
Since we are in Scottish territory we have these lovely Celtic knot blocks .
The snowball block used a little differently .
A hand applique quilt , there were a few hand applique quilts all so beautifully done , such skill .
I believe this is called brides bouquet , so soft and pretty .
This was a smaller quilt , not quite what Linda Hubbard would call a mini quilt but never the less small and gorgeous .
More hand applique and you can see a second one beside it on the other side of the pew .
I couldn't get a decent picture of this one but it was so cute , all snowmen in the different seasons and all hand embroidered , I loved it !!
These blocks were no more than 6" , oh my it was incredible .
What baby wouldn't love this quilt :-)
This homespun quilt was one I loved and then realized why , I had seen Lesley post her quilt made with this pattern just recently , gorgeous. I was happy to have spent some time with Lesley at the show as she was traveling through to New Brunswick . There was a little too much light filtering in so the picture is a little washed out .
More houses , a pattern by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts , love it !
This one by Carolyn Hudson was my favorite quilt at the show , I believe it is an original pattern by Carolyn , just so beautiful and masterfully created . Carolyn who has won for her work internationally had several quilts at this show , each one beautiful.
This one had amazing quilting .
I loved this landscape quilt too , sorry I sort of cut off the border , I was trying to get a close up of the work to study it .
This one of Anne of Green Gables was a winner too , I have this pattern in my stash since , gee I don't know how many years but seeing it made has sort of spurred me to get it out and make it .
I think I have kept you long enough , I will share the Mahone Bay show later on and I hope you enjoyed this show , I know I did .
Thanks for stopping by today and enjoy this lovely fall day .