The baby quilt was photographed in the Smithsonian Museum of American History. A reproduction of the original. I spied several pretty close reproductions of fabrics I have had in my stash too.
Plus many really nice quilts for sale. Next we will be off to Amish country. With some additional pictures of quilts we saw there.
Would you mind amending your post to include a reference to Design Wall Monday at http://smallquiltsanddollquilts.blogspot.com That way when people see your link and go to your blog to read about it, they can easily link back to Design Wall Monday to go to the next blog. Thanks! I really like the stars quilt you saw at the Smithsonian. Beautiful!
To piggyback on Judy H's comment -- I found your post on Beth's Monday Making.ReplyDelete
What a great trip you're having! It's fun to find fabric you have in a someone else's quilt, esp. in a museum or at a big show. (Or in a book. Then you realize the book was published 20 years ago...and you still have the fabric....)
You must have had a lot of fun seeing all those beautiful quilts. That star quilt is stunning!ReplyDelete
love seeing pictures from your trip!!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful quilts! Can't wait to see the Amish quilts!!ReplyDelete
You are on such a fun trip - can't wait to see the next stop!ReplyDelete
Your trip sounds great. And getting to add in seeing the antique/replica quilts, spectacular!ReplyDelete
So much inspiration! Thanks for sharing some great quilts!!ReplyDelete