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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Shipton Exhibition

Sorry I've been a bit slow in getting back to post some more photos from our exhibition last weekend. 

These photos are of the room we put together of antique quilts. 

The red and cream is a gorgeous Durham quilt. 
This Amish one was purchased by one of our members from the Esprit collection when it was being sold off. 
Little collection of doll quilts . 

This is an early English frame quilt. 
Some more gorgeous fabrics in the English frame quilt. 

A couple more crib quilts and a pair of early pink and green pillow cases.

Hope you enjoyed the eye candy. 



  1. Thank you for the 'quilt show'!! Lovely, lovely quilts! You group did an excellent job setting up the display. Wish I could have seen them 'up close and personal'! Thank you again for sharing and Happy Easter!!

  2. Well done to your group Sue.

  3. Lovely Sue!I love the quilt with the hst and beautiful fabric! Amazing!!

  4. I love the eye candy!! thanks for sharing Sue! I especially liked the scrappy star with the navy print alternate blocks and the unique log cabin style star - BEAUTIFUL!!

  5. I really enjoyed visiting the exhibition through your blog! Antique quilts are so beautiful! Thank you.

  6. PS : I became your follower (the last one).

  7. Hello Sue:

    These are really beautiful and we should not in the least mind owning them all!! What is so incredible to our eyes is the quality of the work and the time spent to create each quilt. We do hope that the exhibition is proving a great success with visitor numbers.

  8. beautiful exhibit! love the antique pink and green quilt!

  9. What great displays! All of the quilts are wonderful but I really love that eight pointed star. It is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the pictures - they make me want to sew!

  10. Great quilts! Thanks for the close ups of the fabrics too :-)

  11. Wonderful, wonderful display - thank you! There is such a variety of vintage there. I am intrigued by the little folded brown/cream one in the middle of the last photo - with the stars in the centre. Beautiful! Would it be all EPP?