Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Quilts In The Barn Exhibition #4

Hand pieced, appliqued and partly hand quilted by Sue Delves.
My first class at Primarily Patchwork.
80"x 80

In My Garden.
Made by Clare Cross.
Designed by Di Ford.
Quilted by -Can't remember!!
48"x 74"

Made by Ann Ransom.
Pattern from Primarily Patchwork.
Quilted by Carolyn Konig.
1.8m x 1.8m

Made by Ann Ransom.
Pattern by Sue Ambrose.
Quilted by Somerset Quilting.
1.7m x 1.7m

Deb's Not Quite Telling The Truth.
Made by Deb King.
Hand Appliqued, Machine pieced.
Designed by Deb King.
Machine Quilted by Helen hayes.

Sorry, no info on this one. Will update when l know.

Jane Austin 2.
Made by Di Ford.
Designed by Di Ford.
Machine Quilted by Helen Hayes.
Pattern Available.

Ann's Legacy.
Designed by Ann Daggs. Interpreted by Di Ford.
Quilted by Helen Hayes.
Pattern Available.

Fanny Bolles Bill Hurlbutt.
Made by Merri Garton.
Designed by Di Ford.
Quilted by Katrina Wilson.
80"x 84"

19th century Baskets.
made by Di Ford.
Designed by Di Ford.
Quilted by Helen Hayes?

If you are enjoying the exhibition, make a donation to any Breast Cancer Research Foundation in your local city, anywhere in the world. Then let us know via a comment, and we will add it to our grand total. Please take the button, so you can spread the word, link back to us and help in our fundraising effort. And feel free to blog about this, let me know, and l will make a list of all who helped share the word. Our thanks to you all in advance.



  1. I just posted a link to this site, hope you get lots of supporters for the cause. The quilt I donated generated $1200 for Susan G. Komen. I'm so grateful for what you are doing, this is an amazing fund raiser! Thanks from someone who's been there.

  2. Hi Linda, I am really enjoying revisiting all the quilts. They are all so amazing!

  3. Thank you for hosting this wonderful quilt show! I donated $25 to the susan G Komen foundation in September. :)

  4. I am overwhelmed at the quality of quilts both in design and workmanship that you have shown.

  5. It's lovely to revisit these quilts all over again. Thank you for taking the time to photograph them and show to us - Hugs Nat

  6. Absolutely wonderful collection - thanks so much for posting them :)

  7. Wow, they just keep coming, and all so impressive! Beautiful, beautiful quilts.

  8. Hi Linda,
    Thanks for continuing to share the quilts. It's wonderful seeing them again.

  9. Hi Linda
    Thanks for posting photos of all the quilts. It has been lovely to see them again - although viewing them in person was quite unforgetable and well worth the drive from Darwin. Despite the rain I enjoyed my drive through country Victoria.


  10. So enjoying my morning visit to the computer.
    I hope you haven't had that poor man in the last photo standing their holding quilts for the past week :-)

  11. my morning coffee is better and better every day with these posts
    makes me want to sew all day!
    today is the day I finally get to do that!

  12. Thanks again for the eye candy!

  13. I'm inspired ever time I get to see these beautiful quilts!! My first quilt show I've attended in my jammies too!!


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