For extreme scrap quilters.
See Etsy.com/Shop/KarenGriskaQuilts for fun quilt patterns.
I so wish I was there with you! Everything looks just gorgeous on the blogs!
It's impossible to tire of R&W!
This photo is so fantastical, like you are entering a timeless alternate universe. The way the quilts were displayed was so ingenious, although quilters would have liked to see each one up close. Do you think a lot of people will now be inspired to make red and white quilts? Bonnie
Well I sure am inspired to make another red and white. Looking at all those quilts, you just can't help getting ideas that have to be tried. I bet we'll be seeing a lot of new red and whites.
I am infintiely envious of anyone who saw this exhibit. Every photo I see is awesome!!!
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I am never EVER sick of red! That is the neatest quilt picture I have ever seen, I can't wait to see more!
All I can say is WOW! Red is my favorite color and I would have been in heaven with all of that red and white to delight the eye. Can't wait to see more.
Oh how I wish I would have been any where near NYC last week. Thank you for sharing since I was stuck in CO.
I heard about this incredibly unique display set up. It's unbelievable, really. What a concept!!
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