The Quilt Walk Quilt Show was very fun. I hope you had a chance to come and see all the quilts and enjoy the merchant mall. This first quilt is called The Old West. It is machine appliquéd and was made by Peggy Meisenbach.
Here are the first half of the quilts from the show and the other half will be in another post.
This is Dark Night made by Lyllian Lefever.
I purchased this one from the Children's Justic Center Doll House Festival. I think it is darling. I have no idea who made it but I love it.
Claudia Crump made this for a friends baby.
This quilt was made by Loretta Snyder. It is made of Keith Moore's work shirts. He worked at the Flying M for over 50 years. The Flying M is a restaurant here in Panguitch.
Broken Dishes is made by Jan Frandsen.
Sandy Johnson is the quilt artist of this quilt. It is pieced and machine embroidered.
Lime Delight is also made by Sandy Johnson.
Jan Frandsen made this Gypsy Girl quilt.
LaVee Roundy made this bright Dresden Plate.
This one is Tomato Soup by Lyllian Lefevre.
Flower Power is also one that Lyllian Lefever made.
You have seen this one before. It is LaRetta's Metro Rings. I love it.
Keela Mangum made this Christmas wool applique quilt.
This is my Zoey's quilt. She was so excited to put this in the quilt show. I am glad she did.
LaRetta made this one also. She calles it Happy Days and it is raw edge appliqué.
Becky Yard made this Cactus Wreath. She had LaReesa Baldwin quilt it.
Angeli Sheffer won this 4H t-shirt quilt at a leader meet.
Susan Shurtz made this wool appliqué quilt from all the scraps her mother had saved from the wool suits they had made in Home Ec. It is quite a beautiful quilt. I think she made up the pattern herself if I remember correctly.
This is Jerilu Houston's Christmas quilt. It was quilted by Connie Beasi.
This quilt belongs to Linda Olsen. Her mother helped make this when they had the SNAP program. That should tell you how old this is because I had never heard of that program before. It ieven has Linda's house on it. It is quite a historical quilt. Wow.
Norma Kurr made this. It is exquisite. There are over 3500 pieces of fabric in the quilt and there are 21 pieces in each 8" block.
This is called in the Beginning. It is also made by Norma Kurr. It is made with keildescope blocks and the green fabric represents the Garden of Eden. This one has all sorts of dimensions to explore.
This quilt is over 200 years old. I am sorry to say I don't know who made it or who it belongs to.
This one belongs to me. It was made by my sister Heather Hutchison. She is amazing. It is from the pattern Merry Go Round.
This is Becky Yard's 'Tis the Season. Beautiful.
Kay Hatch made this one. It is called morning stroll.
This one is also made by Kay Hatch.
Linda Olsen owns this one. It was made by Flora Bardwell and Margret Haycock. This is cross-stitched.
Sheree Walstad made this quilt for her grandson Mason. It is hand embroidered and uses all her grandsons interests in the design. It is quilted by Laressa Baldwin. Mason designed one of the dragons.
Stitches in Bloom by Norma Kurr. It is machine embroidery and says it was a very fun project.
Le Jardin-My French Garden by Norma Kurr is also appliqué.
Sunbonnet Sue was hand stitched by Ardith Davis. She is a local here in Panguitch. She says all of her children have one of these.
Quilt of Many Colors was hand stitched by Ardith Davis also. The binding was made from the scraps from the top. It is cross-stitched.
Jerilu Houston made this crazy quilt.
Ardith Davis hand quilted this one.
This is a pinwheel baby quilt by Jerilu.
Claudia Crump made this for Brittany's wedding.
This one was made by Sandi Crabtree and Kim McAllister for the Cedar Chest quilt guild as an oppertunity quilt. If you are interested contact them to buy tickets. The pattern is Pinapple Madness.
Keela Mangum made this "Y oh Y".
This is Brittany's first quilt that she made.
This popular quilt was made by Jerilu Houston.
Wendy tied this quilt.
Oklahoma Twister was made by Rhea Dearden. This was the last quilt her mom quilted for her before her death.
Tie Dyed Comfort was made by Pat Bordrero's Grand kids and daughters. It was made to keep her warm during her cancer treatments.
Kristi Bodrero created this mariners compass.
These are only half of the quilts in the show so look for the next set of photos. It was so fun to see these beautiful works of art from wonderful ladies.