Saturday, October 30, 2010

Quilts In The Barn Exhibition # 6

Vintage Cowboys.
Made by Di Ford.
 Designed by Di Ford.
Quilted by Helen Hates.

Wedding Rings.
Made by Merri Garton.
Based on Templates from Victorian Textiles and Inspired by Somerset patchwork and Quilting.
Machine Quilted by Katrina Wilson.
75"x 64"

California Star.
Made by Ann Ransom.
Pattern by Michelle Yeo.
Quilted by Desley Degan.
1.9m x 1.9m

Old English Medalion.
Made by Julie Cashin.
Pattern from Primarily Patchwork.
Quilted by Annabel McDonald."
78"x 78"

Moorish Memories.
Made by Meghan Leslie.
Needle turned applique and hand pieced.
Inspired by Kim McLeans Turkish Tiles.
Quilted by Lauren Horsnell.
88"x 88"

Made by Di Ford.
Pattern by Sue Ambrose.
With a border change by Di.
Quilted by Helen Hayes.

19th Century Flower Baskets.
Made by Merri Garton.
Designed by Di Ford.
Quilted by Helen Hayes.
90"x 90"

Sarah Morrell.
Made by Sue Dleves.
Class at Primarily Patchwork.
Machine Quilted by Helen Hayes.
85"x 85"

Mariner's Garden.
Made by Meghan Leslie.
Foundation pieced and needleturn Applique.
Made in a class with Di Ford at Primarily Patchwork.
Quilted by Carolyn Konig.

Primarily's Scrap Houses.
Made by Di Ford.
Designed by Di Ford.
Quilted by Helen Hayes.
Now owned 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 love this house quilt, but was there not another one? I am waiting for it. Off to Texas yet?

  2. Yet MORE wonderful quilts...they take your breath away. Just love that 'Moorish Memories'. Congratulations to all of you and thanks for sharing.

  3. This has been such a treat. Thank you so much for posting such wonderful pictures.

  4. Thank you for posting all of the stunning much inspiration! Wish I could have seen it in person, but your pictures are the next best thing!

  5. Linda, I just discovered your blog and have spent a delightful half hour looking through many of your past posts. You have lots of what I most love to see on of quilts! They are so beautiful and inspiring. I signed up to be a follower so I won't miss any of your future postings. Thanks.

  6. These quilts really are wonderful.


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