"Lily", below, was made by Christine Milton. I loved the different shape of this one.
Clear stones give the illusion of water drops.
Mary DeRay made this quilt, called "Last Rose of Summer". Aren't the colors just fabulous?
This quilt lists over 20 people as its makers! It is called "Laurentian Foothills inspired by Anne Savage's Saint-Sauveur." It turns out this was a group challenge, wherein a painting was divided into squares and a different artist completed each square. Some squares looked needle-felted.
"Oh, For Henna's Sake" is by Michelle Reasoner. Although the picture below is not very good(my apologies), you can get a general idea of the quilt and the detail shot shows the wonderful paisleys all over the place. It was quite wonderful!
This is "Kara's Flower Garden" by Lois Akins, machine quilted by Leslie Sparks. Black really makes the colors pop (and they'd pop even more if my picture were sharper!)
This quilt is called "Jelly Fish Pink" by Sonia Callahan. I just love all the great colors!
Roberta Deluz made the quilt below, entitled "It Came From Beneath the Sea". The clouds are 3D and fluffy.
Here is a detail of the Octopus' suckers - very interestingly done!
This one is called "Hibiscus in Dappled Light" and was made by Marianne R. Williamson. The colors are fabulous and check out the stitching on the flower petals.
Check out the great machine work on the border!
This is called "Evening Dandies - Lions that is!" by Leigh Layton. It looks like your typical bunch of flowers, but if you look closely, you see lion's faces in each flower. Very clever and unique.
Well there are still more quilts to show, but that's all for now...