I’m wrapping up my Canada quilt series with shots of quilt details that caught my eye. The first set of photos are from the government sponsored art project.
Photos in the next set were taken at Abstracted (FAN) and the invitational show for teachers, lecturers, organizers, etc. I was lax about getting all the makers’ names.
The next photos show blocks from the group African-themed quilt created for the 2015 Mennonite relief sale in New Hamburg, Canada.
If the Quilt Canada 2014 organizers ever post photos of all 150 plus quilts in the show I’ll alert you about the link. In the meantime, here’s a link to photos Luana Rubin took at the show. This ends my Canadian journey. I hope it inspires you as much as it did me.
4 responses to “Details, Details”
The detailed shots are wonderful–so inspiring to see what a difference little things make to the overall design!
For me the details are the reason to see quilts in person. I spend a lot of time asking myself, how did they do that?
And the quilting…so hard to see in photos.
I try to capture quilting in detail shots, but sometimes the lighting at shows is totally against you. I don’t think show organizers would let me drag in my own lights to show off the quilting.