So here they are:
Heavens Above by Sarah Ingle
Colour Wave by Natasha York
Phasianinae by Elizabeth Michellod-Dutheil
Multi Kaffe Fasseted by Gone to Pieces (Group Quilt)
I love the quilting on this; if you look closely you can see lots of flowers. Very cool
National Trust Pride of Killerton by the National Trust Killerton Quilters
Flowers in the Wind - Florei Al Viento by Carmen Navarro Alonso and Silvia Gonzalez Medina
This is one of my favourites. It caught my eye pretty early on, and I spent ages looking at it up close. Just beautiful
Big Bang by Carmen Arevalo Sanchez and Silvia Gonzalez Medina
Again, I fell in love with the quilting (can you guess what my new mission in making quilts is?!)
Blue Mist by Andrea Ashwell
All hand quilted - just incredible!
Wally by Dorita Smith
Turkish Delight by Philippa Thomas
Another beautiful example of hand quilting
Rose Nouveau by Rebecca Wright
Fire and Ice by Claudia Pieil
This was far more incredible than the picture lets on; it was shimmery and so intricate. I also wish I'd taken a picture of the back when we were shown it, because that was just as intricate and breath taking
Skull Optics by Paula Rafferty
Mum's a Star by Michele Clarke and Margaret Routledge
Another example of amazing hand quilting. Not sure why I didn't take a full picture, but this gives you a good idea!
Harlequin Star by Jess Williams
If you look closely, the quilting forms star shapes too!
Flying Squares by Sheila Wilkinson
Garden of Eden by Aiesha Khalid in the Crossroads collection.
Used 1,296,106 embroidery stitches using 12,820m of thread and hand embellished. Another one where the picture doesn't quite do it justice. Just breath taking - and it looked like each part was quilted before being sewn together (but I could be wrong)
Over the Rainbow by Merethe Soeby
Birds Eye View by Annie Bowden
Paris by Anna-Karin Andermo
The Peacock by Jeanette Orr
Snowing by Abeer Al-Khammash