International Quilt Festival, Houston, Texas, 2018

I just came home from my 20th International Quilt Festival.  Isn't that amazing?  I attended my first IQF in 1996 right after I had moved to Houston from Midland, Texas.  And you can imagine -- small town quilter walks into the largest and most exciting quilt show in the world.  I was blown away!  So much so that I have only missed three IQFs in the years since.  

For the last 6 years I have been lucky enough to display my work during the show.  And this year was no exception.  I had quilts in two special exhibits, Dinner@8 and the new SAQA Global Exhibitions show "Metamorphosis."  Having quilts in the show certainly adds to the fun!

Part of the fun is connecting with old friends, like Karol, Maria and Lisa:
Part of the fun is seeing your work hanging in such a wonderful venue.  This is Water Music, my Dinner@8 quilt.  At the top of this post (and badly lit -- it looked good in person, but the light really created hotspots when photographing the quilt) is Rutile, my qui…

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