Here are a few that caught my eye. This one is called Never Again was created by Del Rae, she took my bead embroidery class in November. I was thrilled to see that she finished her block.
The wonderful use of color caught my eye on this quilt, Circle of Life created by Laurie Rott of Fargo. Another quilt by Laurie Rott, quite stunning. For the center yellow flowers she used a wonderful marble fabric to enhance the lines of the petals. This was one of the antique crazy quilts on display. I liked the way it was constructed out of crazy patched diamonds. Done is all silk, simply lovely.
I could not read the maker's name of this Baltimore Album Quilt, in the photo I took of the quilt information, but I do remember noting it won several viewers choice awards at quilt show throughout ND. Quite lovely...
I have to say, I do enjoy all quilts at a show, but by far my favorite are those done with an original design. This landscape was created by Ann Hager of Washburn ND and has some great details done is thread. As soon as I saw this quilt, Prismatic Flower with Attitude, I knew the maker (sorry did not get your name) took Barbara Olson's class in Fargo this past year. (lucky gal) I just love what she did with the flower and many of the leaves were three dimensional. A treat for the eyes.