The Heart of Ohio Quilters Guild sponsored the quilt show at a most stunning venue - The Bryn Du Mansion in Granville, Ohio. There are several out buildings on this estate, and the show was in one of them. From signs I saw, there was an art show going on in the actual mansion.
|Bryn Du Mansion|
|A closer view of the mansion.|
|A side view of the mansion.|
|Two out buildings behind the mansion.|
|A new "barn" is to the right of the older buildings above. |
This is where the quilt show was held.
So now let's look at a few quilts.
|Happy to Be Scrappy|
|Ohio University Spirit Quilt.|
I've seen lots of OSU quilts over the years,
but this is my first OU quilt. I like it!
|Hundreds of Diamonds. Interesting use of yellow for the back-|
ground, and lots of little Lone Stars. Whew. I admire the quilter who tackled this;
it would have knocked me out; I'd never have finished it.
I have two more I want to show you that I photographed especially for my nieces, Anna Rose and Mary Jean. They look at the blog when they are at Aunt Sandy's house, so I know they will see them.
|Pocket Full of Dinosaurs. Anna Rose is very interested in dinosaurs these days,|
so I thought she should appreciate seeing this. There are 5 or 6 pockets on
the quilt for treasures or tissues. I took pictures of a couple of them.
The weekend was wonderful, by the way. We were on the go all the time. From History Day, to a lunch date in Columbus with Erin and Jeff, to hosting a small group of friends last night for some fun and fellowship. We celebrated both my mother's birthday and DH's birthday. Lots going on, for sure.
Happy Quilting, Friends!