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    OH my ... what beauties! I wish I could go but it is a bit far away from Illinois. I think I will put it on the calendar for next year. I would love to own the Poppy quilt especially...Thanks so much for sharing!
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    WOW, beautiful art!

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    Incredible ...

    thanks for sharing
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    Hey this is a small world. I lived in Silicon Valley for over 40 years and moved up here when we retired. I lived in Willow Glen. Loved the show and only shared a few. Go early as it does get crowded.
    Quote Originally Posted by SharonAnne View Post
    Ooooo. A sneak peek. I'm going today - just itching to get there!!! I wanted to let you know that I was in Folsom a few weeks ago and I ALWAYS include a visit to the historical musuem. I never fail to look at those antique quilts and get some great fabric and patterns, etc. at the quilting gift shop there right in the museum. Love the bargains - some of the best around. Take care.
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    wow, awesome, thanks for sharing
    Nancy in western NY

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    Gorgeous art! And in the form of quilts! I am inspired. And dare I say, a little bit intimidated? Just awesome. What a wonderful show. Thank you.
    Kate

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    Wow, that Wedding Ring quilt - amazing what less than a 1/4 yard (probably) of a light light can do to a quilt.

    Great quilts, thanks for sharing

    Here are some links from TQS for more pics (two parts):
    http://www.thequiltshow.com/os/blog.php/blog_id/4240
    http://www.thequiltshow.com/os/blog.php/blog_id/4255

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    Glad you found some that allowed pictures--everywhere I was tempted were signs prohibiting photos! It was a nice show though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suebee View Post
    These quilts are some of the prettiest quilts I have ever seen. Absolute "works of art". Thank you for sharing.
    I agree. These are mind-boggling! Can you give more info about this show? Where and when annually? I might plan a trip around it!
    Ruth

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    This show is always in October at the Santa Clara Convention Center which is near Great America. It runs for four days. I haven't taken classes here, but if you were coming up to this event, you might want to check out the classes as well. I have gone for four years and have never been disappointed. It is within walking distance of Amtrak so you could ride the train, stay at the Marriott and never need a car. Here is a link http://www.quiltfest.com/activities.asp?id=7

    Hope you are able to come next year. You wont be disappointed.
    Quote Originally Posted by ruthrings View Post
    I agree. These are mind-boggling! Can you give more info about this show? Where and when annually? I might plan a trip around it!
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