Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Jeananne Wright

Oh. My. Goodness. 

I. Am. In . Love!!

Jeananne Wright  came to speak at our guild about the history of quilts. She has a million quilts... okay maybe not that many - but enough, that I have decided we are long lost sisters, and she should be required to tolerate my presence as I wallow in her knowledge... and pet her quilts....  

Oh - big sigh!!

She let me take pictures, I don't think she knew that I would take each and every quilt that she brought 's picture.... but I did!!!  (Oh don't correct my grammar .... I know its off!!)

Is that not GORGEOUS!!!??

I really think she meant for me to have this one? 
If she looks hard enough I bet my name is on the label!!!

And then we had show and tell....
Check out this beauty!!!

I believe she made it for a gold star mom - but wouldn't that be a wonderful Quilt of Valor?

This black grey and yellow one was a winner at the fair - such a cool quilt!!!

And this one, I can't remember how many fabrics she said they used, but it was yummy!!  It made me want to come home and sew!!! So... I am sort of looking forward to this weekend... we have NOTHING ( okay maybe one or two things) but NOTHING that should get in the way of me.... bonding with my machine!!!


beaquilter said...

so inspiring to see! great quilts.

Gypsy Quilter said...

I agree, that one does have your name on it. But I'm equally sure the second one had my name on it. Perhaps a quilt rotation is in order. Everyone can sign up to rotate a quilt for a month. Thanks for sharing.

Ranch Wife said...

Don't say that you have 'nothing' planned out loud - you want to keep it that way! I can see why you were inspired! Makes me want to sew too! Hope you get to sew up a storm!

Lynn said...

My guild has hosted Jeanne in the last couple of years. She gives a great lecture with tons of quilts! Lucky you!

Gina said...

Jeanne is a wonderful lady. If she had an official fan club, I'd want to be president! Not just because of her quilts and speaking, but she is just a great person.

Debbie said...

What a variety of designs to see.