Monday, June 8, 2015

A Quilter's Paradise: 2015 CAMEO Quilt Guild Show

Here are some of the 186 quilts in the CAMEO Quilt Guild show.
Design Odyssey by Betty Carpenter; left is Starry Blue by Linda Wallace
French Braid by Susan VanEck
Tina Rink's Wedding Quilt for her son and daughter-in-law

Michigan Lighthouses by Sharon Cratsenburg, machine quilted by Barbara Lusk. Sharon made the quilt for her husband who was in the U.S. Navy. The Nautical flag border spells Michigan Lighthouses.
She included the Crisp Point Lighthouse, where my husband's grandmother spent time as a girl about 100 years ago!( see The Shipwreck Coast, Girl, and a Lamp)
Top Left: Marie Ware Dragonfly; Right: Tina Rink Modern Streets
Helen's Irish Bouquet by Helen Graham
Patricia Baldauf's quilt for her daughter's graduation from U of Montana
Designing Stars by Dorothy Strefling 
Summer Meadow by Jeneen Sharpe

Janet's Viewer's Choice winning quilt is reversible!

Austrian Heavens by Janet Steele also won Best Original Design
Marie Ware's Reef Refuge
Chambered Nautilus by Carole Gilbert

The raffle quilt seen above was amazing.

Theresa Nielson's Grand Central Station Quilt, which I blogged about here
60th Anniversary Quilt, Linda Hermes
Best Modern Quilt winner Sharon Bisoni's City Scape in Shades of Grey
An interesting use of lace doilies
Kay Schepke Blue Traveling
Cindy May's Christmas Morn  also incorporates lace doilies

Lucy Lesperance's Eye of Splendor

Best Use of Color Award to Janet Steele
Sharon Bisoni, Falling Leaves
Alaskan Triangles by Vanetta Sterling
Jan Mansfield, Grandma's Starlit Garden
Where's the Beef?  by Sharon Johnsonbaugh uses cow fabric

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