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Thread: Pueblo Expo & Quilt Show

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    Super Member Taughtby Grandma's Avatar
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    My DH and I went to the Pueblo Quilt Show after I got off work today. Here are some of the quilts. Enjoy

    The 3d effect on these squares really got me, I couldn't figure out how they were done.
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    I wanted to touch this one sooo bad, I couldn't tell if it was the quilting in different colors or if it was a print on the fabric?
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    Beautiful. Especially love the Sea Turtle and the bargello ocean quilts!

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    Thank you for the pictures!

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    Nice quilt show! Thanks:)

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    Thank you very much for taking these and posting them, I truly enjoyed them!

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    Thank you for sharing

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    Thanks for posting all the great pictures!

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    The one you wanted to touch was quilted first and then the color is added with colored pencils and sealed with textile medium.

    I appreciate that you posted the photos

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    Thanks for posting - some really unique work

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    Awesome!

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