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Thread: Want to see Houston's 2010 winning quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChubbyBunny
    OMG is right!!! Sharon Schamber is my hero.

    a superhero!

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    That is a gorgeous quilt! Thanks for sharing the link

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    Breathtakingly beautiful. What a talented person!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    I'm going to go hide my head in shame because I now know I suck. LOL.
    Oh the shame of it all! I'm leaving now to crawl in a hole! :mrgreen:

    What a talented lady! :thumbup:

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    Wow it looks like a finely iced cake. I could eat it! Fantastic!

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    I went to the site to view the quilt, and saw it and thought yest this is a beautiful quilt, not your ordinary patch work type of a quilt, but when I dug deeper into the site and saw the minute details of the cording and how the quilt was made Oh my gosh, what a fantastic quilt. I would never think or even be able to something like that. She is truly an artist from get go. I would love to go to Houston to that show. My Dentist and I were talking today about the Houston Show. Her mother is a quilter and she was telling about her mother and friends taking day trips around fabric shopping.

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    Pick me off the floor; knock me off my chair. Incredible. Sooooooooooooooo beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmuchmore
    Quote Originally Posted by crawford1219
    Wow! I can only drool and dream :)
    Me too. dittto :roll:
    ditto - extraordinary work

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    It is beautiful but not something I ever see me trying. I just don't have the patience to spend that much time on one thing. I like things that are done quickly. If not the whole thing at least parts of it.

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    WOW I am totally speechless for the first time in my life!!!!

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    Sharon is a friend of my daughter's and I have to tell you that my daughter and I were at Road2CA when Sharon's 100K winner was on display. I was walking around the show and fell absolutely in love with a wholecloth quilt that was all colored threadwork on black. I wanted to show it to my daughter and then couldn't find it again. I looked all over, but I just couldn't find it. Then, when we were talking to Sharon the next morning we were standing by her quilt. She was showing the back of the quilt to my daughter. Well, the threadwork quilt I'd fallen in love with was the back of Sharon's quilt. I was sort of embarrassed, but Sharon does that kind of work.

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    What a treasure! Sharon certainly must have a God-given talent. Truly wish I had the ambition and patience to complete projects with half the detail she has entailed.

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    Outstanding display of creativity and talent and beauty. Congratulations!

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    This quilt was more that a piece of work...it is truely a work of art...

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    OMG is right! that is beyond beautiful! no words to describe! i know im dumb so watever but why do many quilt pics have a quarter on them?

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    OMG - that is beyond wonderful!

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    It's beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latrinka
    OMG is right! that is beyond beautiful! no words to describe! i know im dumb so watever but why do many quilt pics have a quarter on them?

    The quarter is to show the scale.

    Sharon and her whole family are super nice at quilt shows. I see her at Paducah show every year. I can't wait to see this quilt there this year. Sharon and Hollis Chatelain should just get an Iron Master Quilt Award for the year when they enter a quilt.

    http://www.hollisart.com/gallery_figurative.php

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    Both Sharon and Hollis are true quilt artists :D:D:D

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    WOW WOW WOW ....... all I can say is WOW
    SO MUCH INTRICATE DETAIL ... the tiny quilting, all the cording & trapunto ... She is truly the MASTER of machine work ! We saw her winning quilt LAST year(?) at the Houston show and it was GORGEOUS but this surpasses all !
    Her backs are as beautiful as the fronts ! Yes I think we have the 2010 Winner !! :)

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    WOW! So beautiful!

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    WOW.. that is Beyond Stunning !! Thanks for the peek !

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    My tongue fell to the floor when I saw this magnificent quilt. Truly a masterpiece!

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    Beautiful quilt

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    wow, where do people learn to quilt like that???

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