Saturday, September 8, 2012

Worth a Trip (Around the World?)


My finished Jane Stickle quilt is on display along with many other gorgeous pieces in the Mountain Laurel Quilt Guild exhibit at the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center in Wellsboro, PA through September 30th. The exhibit is free and open daily 2:00-5:00PM. Although we do not have vendors at the exhibit, there is a fabric shop on Main Street (Needles Quilt Shop) just a couple of blocks from the gallery. Wellsboro is a lovely town and the exhibit is beyond lovely -- definitely worth a trip!

10 comments:

Sandy Johnson said...

Beautiful quilt Anya! What a wonderful treasure and I loved your description of it in the program...how true.

Suzan said...

If I can convince my sister to take me back up to their farm this month I definitely want to visit the exhibit. We so enjoyed it last year! I would really like to see your quilt up close and personal!

Susan said...

After watching this quilt grow from the very first stitch, it's a real joy to finally see it finished and on display in all its glory! Job well done!

Nancy said...

Your quilt is a showstopper! Just stunning. Well done!

Needled Mom said...

I wish I could see it in person. It is just gorgeous!

Donna~~ said...

Wow Wow Wow--absolutely amazing! What an accomplishment!!!

Shelley: the Dread Pirate Rodgers said...

That is an AMAZING, *fantastic* quilt! What a labor of love and skill. Congratulations!

kutiequilter said...

Your quilt is beautiful! Don't know if I will make it over for the show but it is definitely worth the trip! Last time I came with a group and we had a wonderful time in Wellsboro!

Vivian said...

I've enjoying watching your progress, block by block, and just look at this wonderful quilt. It's as dramatic and memorable and beautiful as I knew it would be. You should be proud of your accomplishment.

LauraC said...

I wish I could see this in person too. The Dear Jane book really pulled me in when I first began quilting.