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Thread: Tri County Quilt Tour 2009

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    I went to the Tri County Quilt Tour and it was amazing the quilts that they made all the quilts using the same 16 blocks in any interpretation they choose. They gave out each individual quilt block pattern at each store til you had all 16 of them for free. I forgot my camera for the first day so a few are missing from the 16 stores.
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    Wow! It amazes me how different everyone can make a quilt with the same designs.

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    this is last years tri county quilt. Loved the colors and designs
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    this is another quilt done in 2008
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    Here is the daffadils that are growing in the Skagit Valley now all the fields are in bloom.
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    Such nice eye candy, quiltnana! The quilts, the flowers! Thanks for sharing! I loved everyone's interpretation of the blocks. Lots of talent there!

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    Gorgeous! I love the red, white and blue one!

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    Amazing that they're the same blocks, different colors, different layouts!!

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    OMG, thanks for showing us that, I just got a GREAT idea of how to arrange my blue and white star blocks !!!!

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    Beautiful!

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    Wow -- they were all gorgeous!!

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    Thanks for sharing. They are all awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    Thanks for sharing the quilt show pics. I am amazed at how popular stars are. I see them more and more. Guess I'd better practice making them.
    i think that in addition to new and creative quilting methods, there is a real return to tradition. stars are probably the most popular and what everyone thinks of when they think of quilts. don't you?

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    Ooh, thank you!

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    Wow what stunning quilts......a lot of good ideas for the blocks we just got.....wish I had seen before I did mine...:-(......Oh well food for thought on the next one!......:-)....Thanks for sharing

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    How wonderful to see all the different interpretations! I've no idea which is my favourite, they're all so lovely, maybe I lean towards the more two or three colour ones! And thanks so much for the daffodils too!

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    vere quilts ... thanks for sharing

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