This year's edition of "Pour l'Amour du Fil" was de best ever. I've always been looking forward to this show, but there were so many interesting quilt and quilters, booths and vendors that i simply don't know where to start bu let"s go with the flow:
Interresting small quilts from Afghanistan with cross-stich borders. Much smaller than bed quilts, morly wall hangings, most of them had ikat fabrics inside.
And here is Michèle Beugnon standing in front of her flying geese contest quilt and she won a prize!
A few pictures from Yoko Saito's corner, her quilts are easily recognisable, greyish like morning mist, and here and there a color spot
Never a dull moment at Linda Collins' booth: the Australian quilters conquered the show this year: all of them wrote a new book for Quiltmania and came to Nantes with their impressive quilts, a feast for the eye. Linda's book is about her antique quilt collection and she explains how to make them. Linda, who organises herself every year QUILING IN THE BARN, communicates her enthousiasm to all of us with a laugh and was surrounded all over the days!