HMQS 2013 Part 3 – More Amazing Quilts

I still can’t get over how wonderful and beautiful the quilts from the Home Machine Quilting Show (HMQS) were. You can see pictures from Part 1 and Part 2, and today will be my final round of pictures. Enjoy the show!

Dancing Stars

Dancing Stars by Kimberly Loar
Judges Choice, Quilting Treasures Challenge

Rain Dance

Rain Dance by Ann Horton, Redwood Valley, California
Honorable Mention, Embroidery

Riley Blake Fabric Challenge

Riley Blake Fabric Challenge #15
by The Midnight Quilters, Heber, Utah, 2nd Place

Fairy Dust

Fairy Dust by Judy Woodworth
Gering, NE, Mixed Technique

Fire in the Sky

Fire in the Sky by Alice Kay Arnett and Sherry Reynolds, Laramie WY
2nd Place, Novelty Custom

Fettuccini Sunrise

Fettucci Sunrise by Corinna J. Weir
Salt Lake City, Utah, Theme Category

Elsa's Knot

Elsa’s Knot by Ann Helbling and Clem Buzick, North Dakota
2nd Place, Traditional Custom

Mermaid Dreams

Mermaid Dreams by Shelli Ricci, Dee Levgold, Mary Reinhardt, and Page Johnson, TN
3rd Place, Art Innovative

Bell Star

Bell Star by Jo Ann Blade and Kim Diamond, Sedro Woolley, WA
Teacher’s Choice, Computerized Quilting

Me and My Shadow

Me and My Shadow by Gail Stepanek and Ronda K. Beyer
3rd Place, Traditional Custom

Shimmering Symphony

Shimmering Symphony by Karlee Porter, Clearfield, Utah
3rd Place, Utah’s Own

Young Women's Values

Young Women’s Values by Ann Seely, Taylorsville, Utah
1st Place, Utah’s Own

These are simply breathtaking and are only a fraction of the hundreds of beautiful quilts on display. My daughter’s favorites were the mermaid and the seahorse so I included those especially for her. ๐Ÿ™‚

18 thoughts on “HMQS 2013 Part 3 – More Amazing Quilts

  1. Jane says:

    Thanks so much for sharing all these amazing quilts! I see these, look at my own and wonder what in the world I’m doing cause compared to them, what I do can’t be called quilting!

  2. dezertsuz says:

    The Mermaid is beautiful, and that last one, the Young Women’s Values is just stunning. What a lot of work! I was caught by the first one, too. Creative change of a traditional pattern.

  3. Susan Owenby says:

    Just when I think I’ve decided what my favorite is, I see the next one and decide I have a new favorite! Lovely quilts, had to have been a fun show!

    theboredzombie.com

  4. Kathleen OGrady says:

    What amazing quilts! All the hard work and time that went into these is incredible. My favorite is the Mermaid Dreams. Not sure why but I just kept going back to it and starring at it.

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