13 November, 2010

A Show Of Quilts

It's a one Bee show, my Bee! One of our members, Nane, sits on the board of the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center. Through her connections, and hard work, there is a quilt show hanging there right now, it is open to the public through the end of the year. The center is located at 226 E. Main St. in Yadkinville, North Carolina; if you're in the area stop by and also take in the display of handmade Santas in the adjoining gallery. The quilts are all done by our small group, "Miss Bee Haven", these artistic and creative women are some of my closest and dearest friends. Our core group has been together for about ten years. It was absolutely thrilling to wander through this beautiful new gallery (and multi-use facility) last evening and see our quilts on display in all their glory! Take a minute, sit back, and enjoy the show!

Life is Good!

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20 comments:

*karendianne. said...

I'm so taken in with the abundance of talent that's set out in such honor for everyone to see. What an amazing experience this must have been for anyone fortunate to visit this Showing. How neat!!!

It seems you must have all felt and feel such gratitude. Such deep well of gratitude on so many levels. That's what I pick up and take away. So much to enjoy, love, honor and be grateful for. Gosh friend, Life is Good!!!

quiltkeemosabe said...

Thanks for the pictures. The show looked so good!!! (Love your new blog header)

Joyce said...

How beautiful. The entire bee can be very proud of their work. Congratulations

quiltteacher said...

Sorry I missed last night. Had to do D and D-I-L duty last might. It looks great.

StitchinByTheLake said...

Oh how beautiful! What an honor for you all to be shown there. blessings, marlene

LizA. said...

Oooh, such wonderful eye candy first thing in the morning. I LOVE it. And what a beautiful venue for the quilts.

Love the new blog header. I've love to know more about the quilt on the far right. Hannes looks quite handsome on that gold quilt -- it really brings out his beautiful color.

AnnieO said...

Terrific variety to drool over! How satisfying to share fabric, thread, and quilting with so many.

Kathie said...

how special, this just warmed my heart
Having a quilting group like this is a dream for me
some day I hope to start/join a group like this.
I love the quilts beautiful
congrats!
kathie

Robin said...

Wow, they're STUNNING! What a thrill that must be to see your own work hanging in a show!!

Gari said...

Thanks for the great show. Our quilt show closed today after showing beautifully and getting excellent comments from the people who toured. We are all very tired but happy, too.

quiltmom said...

Stunning quilts from your group- and what a beautiful setting to show them off- I hope you have many visitors who come through to see all the terrific work.
Thanks for sharing.
Regards,
Anna

Sherrill said...

WOW, those are a bunch of BEAUTIFUL quilts--you truly are an extremely talented group of gals.

Lindah said...

Outstanding! What a talented group.

Zlaty said...

So beautiful quilts! I recognized few of yours! You are all very talented ladies! Thank you for taking us on the tour!

Janet said...

Looks like a wonderful show and you all should be so very proud of yourselves for promoting quilting as an art! Congratulations on a job well done!

Nancy, Near Philadelphia said...

Thanks for posting this. I so wish I could visit it in person!

Quiltdivajulie said...

What an amazingly wonderful environment for the display of gorgeous quilts . . . how wonderful!

Like the new blog header!

p.s. How did you get the photos in the post to line up like you did??

Quilting4U said...

WOW! What a great show, really nice display of wonderful quilts and nice facility!

Carrie P. said...

I am going to make a special trip to see all those quilts hopefully after Thanksgiving.

Teresa said...

Oh, I know where I want to go before the end of the year. I have never been to Yadkin and I would just love to see all your quilts.