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Thread: Trip to Barcelona & Sitges Quilting show MORE PICS PG. 7 & 9

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    Its my pleasure. i have just received some more photos from my friend, I just have to work out how to get them from her email to this quilting board. Might take me till tomorrow to fathom it so watch this space.

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    Wow, what beautiul colorful quilts

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    Well I think I may have managed to fathom out how to get my friends pictures of the quilt show that I couldnīt take because my camera gave out.

    Lets see if it works

    These are all by Lenore Crawford a Fabric Artist from Michigan in the USA
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    a few more by the same artist
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    Wow, what beautiful works of art! :thumbup:

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    Awesome!

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    I could look at these all day. What talent! I love the silk ribbon work on the pillow, couldn't begin to pick a favorite. The ones made with the folder fabric cones was awsome.

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    Wow, such talent:) Loved every single one of them. Cannot decide which I like the best...no matter. The last few you posted looked like paintings. Will go back and be in awe of all of the quilts. Thank you SO MUCH for posting and letting us be there in spirit. :) :) :)

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    Thank you for sharing. It is always fun to see what quilters are making in other countrys! Beautiful quilts. :thumbup:

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    Thank You,
    They are all beautiful.

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    Those are amazing and the folded fabric that lady did is incredible! And the thread painting is very awesome. What a marvilous show. Thank you for sharing.

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    beautiful!

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    Absolutely fabulous to see the cultural differences displayed in the quilts. I was especially interested in the thread painting with the bolts, the stamps and the tea bags as I have been using tea bags in a lot of the work that I am doing at the moment. Thank you very much for posting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau
    Absolutely fabulous to see the cultural differences displayed in the quilts. I was especially interested in the thread painting with the bolts, the stamps and the tea bags as I have been using tea bags in a lot of the work that I am doing at the moment. Thank you very much for posting them.
    Just for your interest, I donīt think you can see clearly in the picture but the tea bags were dyed with different colours of tea, I wish I could remember the name of the leaf she used, its a white almost opal affect petal from a flower that dries that way. it will come back to me LOL probably in the middle of the night

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    Thank you for giving us the opportunity to see so many different quilts from different areas in the world. I love the thought that all over the world people are into quilting.

    That one made with the tiny square of fabric was unbelieveable. That must have taken her forever to make that. I just would not have that much patience. The squares would just keep getting bigger and bigger as I went along.

    Thanks again.

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    Wow! What a variety! I like the pillow. Don't know if I would have the eye wallhanging though, might feel like I'm being watched. Love the threadwork, and "Oh my." The lady folding and sewing all the cones, she must have persistence and patience. Beautiful.

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    Such an array of talents! Wow! Thanks for sharing the pics with us!

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    Beautifully stunning work...thank you so much for sharing with us!!

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    Looks like you really had a good time.

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    Well, those quilts are simply amazing! It is so interesting to see different techniques and finished works. Thanks for posting.

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    Wow!!! some beautiful, quilts and art work.

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    It was great that you shared these with us. I love looking at quilting from another country.

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    Wow. How different!! Super show!

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    Beautiful - what a variety.

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