Sanibel Quilt Show

I visited a show of mostly antique quilts at the Sanibel Museum and Village.

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This one, in particular, is a fine example of hand quilting and applique.

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Close ups of quilting and applique.

Quilts were displayed in most of the buildings at the Sanibel Museum and Village. The following were in “Miss Charlotte’s Tea Room.”

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2 Responses to Sanibel Quilt Show

  1. cindy says:

    I love the way the quilts were displayed on the dining tables! Very wabi sabi. That first quilt is a national treasure.

  2. fortquilt says:

    I had to look wabi sabi up here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wabi-sabi

    (sigh)

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