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Friday, 5 October 2012

Infinite Variety Re-Visited

In March 2011 thier was a very special exhibition in NYC of Red and White quilts.
My Pic and I were lucky enough to go and not only were we absolutely knocked out by these quilts but we  meet up with fellow bloggers from around the world and made some new friends along the way.

This weekend Linda has created her own Red and White exhibition so you might want to hop over  there in the next few days and take a look  as thier is going to be  plenty of eye candy for sure
Some have already been and Dorothy  and Miriam have started posting some eye candy and with lots more to follow.

I had such a good time in NYC at the exhibition and have meet up with lots that attended it since and am pretty sure our paths will cross again.

I meet up  again with Barb  at the Vemont Quilt Festival this year and she gave me this little red and white quilt.
 Such a cool backing and label.

These little red and white  beauties cheer up my wall in my sewing room.

The Infinite Variety of Red and White quilts set the quilt world alight  and if only Joanne Rose knew how many friendships would be born from it.

Have a great weekend.



  1. What a lovely and thoughtful gift. You must have a very cheerful sewing room.

  2. I agree. The highlight of my trip to NYC was getting to know a special woman that is YOU!!

  3. I agree with you that exhibit was more then just about the quilts, It was so much fun spending 2 days there with Linda and her friends , meeting you and many other quilters from all over the world. It is a memory that will stay with me forever.
    I wish I could be at QITB this weekend, imagine all the fun all over again!

  4. It was a great exhibition even though I didn't get there!

  5. I feel so fortunate to have met up with twice here in the US -
    Next time it will be in England -

  6. Sue, so happy you had the trip to the US. Lovely thought and gift from your friend.

  7. This was a great exhibition. After reading your blog at the time, I decided that I was going to see this show, with or without a travel partner. I met Lori (Humble Quilts) , Vic (BumbleBeans) and Linda (Quilts in the Barn) and it was a fabulous show.