The recent Mutton Hill quilt show served up both art quilts and heirloom quilts and coverlets. First, the old.
The Summit County Historical Society featured its collection of early to mid nineteenth century woven coverlets as well as quilts.
The show had about 30 art quilts entered. Here are the ribbon winners, in order of placement from first to third. The first place winner was also Best of Show.
There were six honorable mentions, four of which are shown below:
My Torii Traces also won an Honorable Mention, as did a quilt called Indian Summer by Cyndi Dininger, which I somehow missed in my photo session. In the interests of completeness, here’s Torii Traces at another venue. Lighting was dim where it was hung at the Mutton Hill show.