Pacific International Quilt Festival, Part 2

The next quilts we’ll cover as part of the Pacific International Quilt Festival exhibition are selections from the Traditional category. If you’re in to Modern don’t skip this as what is interesting is the modern overtones in many of the quilts. I am going to mix these up between the ones that seem a bit more modern and the amazing palettes, detailed quilting and phenomenal piecing workmanship of the more elaborate traditional quilts.

There were a lot more in this category in the show, these are merely ones that I gravitated to. Yes, I know, you are always at the mercy of my eye. Next up after this, in Part 3, we will do the Gee’s Bend Revisited portion of the exhibition.

Enjoy!

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Woven Forty Two by Arleen Kukua

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie's Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie’s Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie's Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Jackie Got Into Aunt Millie’s Garden by Jackie Aguilar

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Greeple by Jeanne Ichnowski

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Delft Garden by Gail Smith

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Graduation Day by Leona McCann

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Pajama Game by Leslie Bixel

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Forever And Never Again by Joan McWilliams

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

Silken Glow by Karen Litvinchuk

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn't Matter by Deborah Lancaster

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn’t Matter by Deborah Lancaster

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn't Matter by Deborah Lancaster

New York Beauty, Color Theory I: Color Doesn’t Matter by Deborah Lancaster

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Not All That Modern by Luanne Chittenden

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Medallion Meadow by Alethea Ballard

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Summer Stars by Debbie Simmons

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Color Fondue by Swan Sheridan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

Boston Commons Tradition by Patricia Bryan

One thought on “Pacific International Quilt Festival, Part 2

  1. I love it when you make it hard to choose a favorite! I love modern quilting; it really speaks to me. But I have to say, Aunt Millie’s Garden took my breath away. Color Doesn’t Matter did, too. Thanks for another GREAT post, CVZ!

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