Coburg Quilt Show

A beautiful morning with more than 200 gorgeous quilts and my Hubby. Can the weekend be any more perfect? ๐Ÿ˜‰

This is the annual Coburg, Oregon, quilt show as seen through the lens of my Hubby. Enjoy!





Quilts of only a few colors….





Showstoppers full of color…..





Some antique like this quilt top started in the 1940’s that is waiting to be finished…


The blocks of Dresden Plates found in an antique store that now have a home in this quilt…



And my inspiration for a new project…this is made with hankies and fusible interfacing.




I also discovered I need to start collecting labels from clothing, but I will definitely need patience!! This quilt was 30 years in the making! ๐Ÿ˜‰




This show is so inspiring and I have a lot to share so I’ll spread it out over the next few days! Wait until you see the landscape and theme quilts! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Until next time,
Happy Quilting!


5 thoughts on “Coburg Quilt Show

  1. bowlerholic says:

    Beautiful Quilts! Thanks for sharing! I will look forward to your future posts!

    • dawnmariew19 says:

      Thanks! It was fun watching to see what my Hubby took pictures of – I only had to ask a couple of times for a certain shot, but then he is much more experienced behind the lens than I am! The hard part is sorting through them all. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. lalinsocal says:

    You have been awarded the Versatile Blogger icon, I’m sorry that this is a little like an old chain letter as there are some responsibilities if you choose to accept, but it was given because I truly do enjoy your blog ๐Ÿ™‚

    Warm regards, Caroline aka lalinsocal

  3. Nancy Ruegg says:

    I’ve always admired quilters–their artistic flair for putting together colors and patterns in seemingly infinite ways, their painstaking attention to detail, and their PATIENCE! Someday I do want to give it a try–perhaps starting with a table runner (something small and manageable!)

    That quilt made from labels is quite eye-catching and impressive. If you plan to tackle one, perhaps thrift stores would supply you with their throwaway clothing.

    Thank you for visiting “From the Inside Out” and becoming a follower. I am honored that you find the posts to be meaningful.

    God bless you! Nancy

    • dawnmariew19 says:

      Thanks, Nancy! The thrift store idea is a good one. So far I have collected six labels from jeans I gave to a friend who is turning them into handbags. ๐Ÿ™‚ I doubt I will ever get enough for a large quilt, but a wall hanging is definitely in the plans!

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