At the beginning of March our club put up a quilt show at Villa Cooper. The town was full of quilt events, as the annual FinnQuilt meeting was going to take place there over a weekend. Yes, and then everything was cancelled and closed and postponed due to the pandemia. We had an opening, and some visitors during the first few opening days, but after that the quilts have been waiting alone in the closed villa.
I'm showing you a little tour around the room with the quilts. This one is mine:
Beautiful purple shades by another member. Only a few of the quilts are for sale, most of them are borrowed for the show.
We have limited possibilities to hang the quilts for show, so many are just draped on chairs
or folded and stacked.
Like these two here.
This beauty was spread on the dining table.
The framed quilt was borrowed from another quilt show near our Villa Cooper, sadly also closed.
Our exhibition closet was this time too small for the show, but smaller items found their place there.
My Raggedy & Friends quilt finishes the round. I have not managed to get a good photo of the quilt, but in the link you can see some closeups of the stitcheries that are just a blur here.
I hope this tour cheered your day a little, especially if you are told to stay at home. Well, we all have a great hobby to keep us busy with our quilts, knittings and blog visits.