A Trunk Show--

Soma of Whims and Fancies is having a virtual trunk show. What a great idea! There are even prizes besides all the wonderful eye candy one can see.  Here are a few of mine:
First Quilt of Valor:
Quilted by another QOV volunteer.

 First Home of the Brave quilt
 Given to Don Beld to pass on to a soldier's family.

 First commission quilt I made. This was a baby quilt requested by my neighbor.

 First Service Star quilt for a family who at the time had three sons in the Service.

 First BOM quilt.  This was a Beth Ferrier mystery quilt. I made it for my daughter's 35th birthday.  It took me two years.

 First pillow cover I made.  Went to my Mom. She has it on her sofa.

 First cancer patient quilt.  I asked for blocks from my Guild for a fellow quilter. Then I took the blocks and made a top and quilted it. This was the first time I made a different border of my chosing.

You can see more trunk shows by going to Soma's link party here:
Online Quilt Trunk Show | Whims And Fancies

 Show and Shares are my favorite part of guild membership, and trunk show are my favorite lectures.  At Soma's I get to go see quilt collections any time I like!  Share with us. I'd love to see your quilts.

Comments

  1. So many beautiful quilts, thank you for sharing them with us!

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  2. You have so many lovely pieces to show for Veteran's Day. I really like your BOM quilt. The colors are fabulous. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  3. I love your Beth Ferrier quilt the most but they are all awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I love the "theme" of your trunk show, Firsts! So many generous and beautiful quilts!

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  5. Beautiful quilts, I enjoyed going through them!

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  6. Very lovely quilts. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I agree. Showing your "firsts" was a great way to choose which quilts to show. They are all beautiful and the recipients all so lucky.

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  8. What a great idea to make it a post of firsts! I enjoyed seeing every one of them. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Lots of beautiful firsts here - my favorite is the BOM quilt. Also absolutely love the elephant quilt you showed in a previous post.

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  10. Love it that you showcased your firsts and they are a beautiful bunch! Thanks so much for sharing.

    -Soma

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  11. Lovely bunch of quilts and that BOM is stunning!! thanks for sharing

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  12. I am sure every these quilts are happy with their new owners and what a great way to bring some warmth to those who could use a hug! Although it's hard to pick a favorite the cancer quilt stands out for me. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. So many beautiful quilts! I love that BOM...so much work, but gorgeous!

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  14. Thanks for sharing all your "firsts." This leads me to believe that they were followed by many others, which means there are a lot of happy people using quilts you made.

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  15. What a great trunk show. I particularly like the Home of the Brave quilt because it has such a strong graphic design. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Very impressive trunk show. That BOM is gorgeous and your other quilts turned out beautifully.

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  17. Thanks for sharing. I particularly enjoyed the BOM.

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  18. Beautiful quilts in your trunk show. Thanks for sharing with all of us.

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  19. Yes, beautiful variety of creative work! That BOM of the month was worth the time it took...I'm so daugther cherishes it:) :)

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  20. How beautiful your quilts are! I really admire your Quilts of Valor and can't imagine the hours you put in to make the BOM!! It is gorgeous!
    Susie

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  21. So many lovely quilts! I just love the quilt you made for your daughter, and the military quilts must have special meaning for the recipients. Thanks for sharing these!
    Wendy

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  22. I enjoyed looking at your quillts. They are all lovely. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. How lovely your quilts are being enjoyed by others. You have stitched beautiful quilts. I love, love, love your daughter's BOM. The detail is amazing!

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