There are some Daiwabo fabrics in there, a Lecien and a couple of Moda, a Liberty and yes, on top there is a Bloomsbury Liberty...yes, Amitie now have the gorgeous Bloomsbury Liberty range, get in quick if you want some of these.
Next day we made a trip up to Wonga Park to see Linda's fabulous quilt hanging at Quilts in the Barn. This years theme was red and white quilts and wow, they were awe inspiring!
Double Wedding Quilt made by Amanda Denton
Linda had put together a wonderful display, both new and antique quilts, a few from the 1800's!
Antique Red Stars c1890 made my Margaret Mew
I apologise for my pics, I took them on my new phone, and often on a side view so I didn't get the people viewing the quilts in the pic too!!! If you pop over to Meredithe's gorgeous blog Pomegranate and Chintz, you can see much better photo's! Oh and Miriam at Yellow Roses blog has even more photo's, wow!
Red Crosses made by Linda Collins (Quilts in the Barn)
quilted by Karen (Quilts on Bastings)
It was a wonderful visit and I'm keen to visit again next year. I've come home very inspired to finally finish off my red and white quilt that I started many many years ago (well, dark pink and cream really!!!)...
I love this old toile, it reminds me of Dr Suess characters...
Mmm, I showed this old quilt top back in 2009 and I still haven't finished it. I guess I'm still trying to work out how to quilt it, heehee!
Thank you Jo and Marie for a fabulous weekend (I didn't even remember to take a photo of the three of us!), safe travels home. xo