It is a holiday – Labor Day – here in the States. The official end of summer. Sad.
So in honor of holiday and avoiding much labor of my own today, I thought I would share the fruits of other people’s labors at the Garden Quilt Show I went to a couple of weeks ago.
This Halloween Houses quilt was made by my friend and co-worker Sharon. It comes from the Buggy Barn pattern, Flag Day. I love the overall design and colors. Her friend Larisa quilted the most amazing details.
A couple of wonderful antique quilts. I loved the scrappy Dresdens on the cheerful yellow background. And the hexagons in this Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt were tiny! Each hexagon was about the size of a quarter.
I also loved this Snowball quilt using reproduction shirtings.
This is what I’m doing today. But I’ll be back with more good stuff throughout the week. Happy Labor Day!
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