Two weekends ago I attended the Rocky Mountain Quilt Festival in Loveland, CO. What's especially nice about this quilt show is that they show almost all of the Hoffman Fabric Challenge entries including quilts, accessories, clothing and dolls. It's amazing to see all of them at one time. I took just a few pictures of the ones I found very interesting.
Quite a few people thought of Egypt when presented with the peacock themed fabric.
Obviously there were peacocks galore, here's just a couple:
And then there were the ones I liked for a variety of reasons, mainly because something caught my eye:
It's hard to see the dolls at the exhibit because they're so far away on a table, but if you go to Deanna Hogan's site she has most of the entries listed there. I'll post a few more of the non-Hoffman quilts that I saw at the show but for the most part I spent my time in two longarm demonstration/lectures by Linda Taylor. More on that later.