All of the quilts are 16" x 20" and perfectly squared up. Anything looking otherwise is because of my photography. Sorry!
We also each made a coloring book page to go with our quilts but the books were not finished by the time of the show. Hopefully I can show you them later.
|A is for Antelope by Christine Wilhelm|
|B is for Buttons by Norma Schlager|
|C is for Collage by Gloria Michaelis|
|Di is for Doodle Wilma Sanchez|
|E is for Everything by Nancy Mirman|
|F is for Feather by Barbara Drillick|
|G si for Garden by Cindy Green|
|H is for Hills by Linda Stern|
|I is for Iris by Claire Oehler|
|J is for Jack-in-the-Pulpit by Barbara Sferra|
|K is for Kaleidoscope by Maria V. Calderon-Weinstein|
|L is for Lily Pads by Cindy Green|
|M is for Music by Gail Ellsperman|
|N is for Nest by Jane Davila|
|O is for Octopus by Jane Davila|
|P is for Penguin by Renee Fleuranges-Valdes|
|Q is for Quilt by Gail Ellsperman|
|R is for Rose by Norma Schlager|
|S is for Scripture by Judy Gighese|
|T is for Tea time on the Train by Tamar Drucker|
|U is for Unicorn by Joyce Sullivan|
|V is for Vanity by Raina Lynn|
|W is for Witches by Nike Cutsumpas|
|X is for X-ray by Carole Hoffman|
|Y is for Yoho Head, Maine by Nancy Mirman|
|Z is for Zipper by Maria V. Calderon-Weinstein|
It is a fun show to see and will be up until November 28 at the Mahopac, NY Public Library.
In case you are wondering, my second cataract surgery was a success. I had blurry vision and a fair amount of pain the first day, but by the next day that was gone and now I have great vision in that eye. Much better that the eye that was done three years ago. Everything looks so clear and crisp.
I'm sorry to say that I did not take pictures at the second opening last weekend, at the FairHaven Furniture Store in New Haven, CT. It was just so crowded and I was so busy viewing and schmoozing. It was a Surface Design show put on by the local CT chapter. It is an amazing show with huge diversity. It is treat for the eyes and will be up until January. My happy news is that one of my pieces sold. Sure like to see those red dots!.