Sunday, October 14, 2012

Come walk around the Barn with me.

Come walk around the Barn with me.
 
The photos were taken over several days
and some quilts and props were moved during this time.
 




 




 



 
 
 
 



 
 

 





 
 




 
 
 







 
l hope you enjoyed your walk around the exhibit with me.
l will be back soon with some individual quilts.
And a very special announcement and giveaway.
 
Thanks for visiting.
Linda.
 
 
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43 comments:

  1. Stunning exhibit!~Thanks so much for sharing and letting us click to enlarge. Really appreciate it.

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  2. WOW! I don't think I have ever seen so many beautiful quilts at one place. Stunning! Awesome! They are all so beautiful! Wish I could go see them!

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  3. OMG...I'm speechless Linda.
    What am amazing quilt show, only wish I could have see it in person.
    Thank you for all your effort and time to do that.
    Julia ♥

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  4. The quilts and the barn are amazing! Red has been my most favorite for antique and new quilts for years now. I couldn't pick a favorite if I had to. The small quilts also are great === visually striking!

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  5. What an amazing show! Linda....you really put on a spectacular presentation! The quilts are all so gorgeous, it was like being in NY all over again! Well done! :o) How fun it must have been to be surrounded by all these gorgeous R@W quilts! And those minis are so dang cute.....I can't get over them! I'm absolutely taken with that NY Beauty with the toile fabric! Oh.....so gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing the pics!

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  6. Stunning work, y'all. I see a lot of hard work done by lovely hands!

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  7. Beauty everywhere! Thank you so much for sharing your pictures and your wonderful show. Someday, I hope to see one of your shows in person!

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  8. What a spectacular display of quilts!! My absolute favorite was the solid red with the appliqué basket! Oh just breathtaking!!

    Thank you so much for sharing this beauty with us.

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  9. Thank you for the eye candy, been following on various others blogs, only sorry we couldnt visit in person.

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  10. Ooooh, ahhhh, oh wow, how amazing. So much talent.

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  11. What a fantastic display. Definitely going to try and get there next year - just have to arrange a bed somewhere....

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  12. Thanks for sharing all these beautiful quilts. They are very inspiering.

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  13. No words!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  14. Wow, thank you so much for all these beautiful pictures !

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  15. Linda, i really enjoyed your red & white quilt tour, it always seems to look better thru someone else's lens. i
    emailed you a few of my photos today but i can see you've got more than enough lol!
    Thanks again for sharing and putting on [yet another] fabulous QITB show this year!!!
    cheers...Marian

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  16. Oh Linda, this is such a feast for the eye, i'm speechless here....

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  17. It looks lovely Linda. What an amazing achievement organizing such a beautiful quilt show. Thanks for sharing some pictures with me (us). Love the quilts :) Me want them all! Hope to visit your QITB one day.

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  18. Wow, what a great display! They look lovely!

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  19. Wow - what an amazing display of quilts. Sure wish I could have seen them in person, but thank you for letting us all share them through your blog.

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  20. What a beautifully filled barn! One of my favourites is the basketquilt with the white circles between them. And the white applique on red background. And the pieced lone star with the kind of acorns in the corners. And the mini baskets on white background under the grandmothers flowergarden on pic 12. And the New York beauty with the toile. And so many more! Very well done!!

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  21. Mmmmm, stunning! There is nothing like a great quilt show! I love the red and white version with the toile. Very unique! Thanks for all the wonderful pics!

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  22. So much red and white! The pictures are great but I bet they don't do justice to how stunning it all was in person. I can't believe you even had a bus group visit! You must be so proud and I bet this was your most successful fundraiser. Congratulations!

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  23. The quilts are almost overwhelming. I am not a small quilt person, BUT your wall of small quilts just might make me change my mind.

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  24. Absolutely fantastic, Joanne Rose would be proud of all of you.

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  25. Wonderful exhibition Linda, you and your helpers once again have done a great job. As a person affected by breast cancer I am grateful that you chose this organisation as your charity.
    Lesley

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  26. Thanks so much for sharing - these quilts are amazing!! Wish I could have b een there.

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  27. congratulations great display I couldn't make it in person but I have sooooo enjoyed the pics. My favorite quilt, seven sisters. It's on my list for someday, seeing yours has bought someday forward.
    I hope you can enjoy a well deserved rest.
    well done.

    jenni

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  28. Thank you Linda for the photo's! What a wonderful tour. It feels as if I was a little there.

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  29. thanks for the lovely revisit to the works of red and white. i was unable to get to either show but was so grateful for all the wonderful pictures.

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  30. Beautiful quilts! Thank you so much for sharing!

    Hugs,
    Tatyana

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  31. You did such a great job at recreating your own wonderful and beautiful Infinite Variety!!

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  32. Linda, It was a great show. I hope you had fun and raised lots of money. I'm certainly inspired to make more R&W quilts. Cheers Louise

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  33. congrats to you and your team, what an amazing exhibit. I bet in person it was just as awesome as the Red and White exhibit in NYC...thanks so much for taking us on a tour, I loved seeing everyones quilts and ah yes more inspiration for a few more red and white quilts too!
    Kathie

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  34. Phenomenal quilts, displayed beautifully! I only wish I could join you for the day!

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  35. Great show - just wish I could have seen it in person. It was a lovely tribute to Infinite Variety. I hope it spawns yet another round of red and white quilts; I know looking at the photos have inspired me!

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  36. Oooohhhhh, so beautiful!! I think my favorite (or one of many of my favs) is that red quilt with the basket of flowers and flowers vining all around in pix #10. Who made that and is there a pattern? SO BEAUTIFUL!! Thanks for sharing.

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  37. WOW- I wish I could have seen all these quilts in person. Thank you for the slide show!

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  38. Looks like another wonderful show! Really looking forward to seeing some more photos! Thanks so much for sharing with all of us that cannot come! We appreciate you!

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  39. So many beautiful quilts!! My fav is number 6 - don't ask my why, but it reminds me of a little town sitting on a hillside. lol

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  40. My personal favorite is number 2 because it reminds me of one of my first quilts I sewed in eggplant and white. Next I like the red wedding ring. All are beautiful and inspire me. I must do a red and white soon.

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  41. These are so lovely. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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