All Treats, No Tricks

I rushed home from market to make the long promised clown costume for my granddaughter.  Just finished it last night and we’re all set for trick or treating tonight.  I’ll try to get a few photos to share with you later.

As you prepare for the neighborhood kids to come for candy tonight, take a few minutes to enjoy a few eye candy treats from the artists at the Houston quilt show.

Nite Owl by Sharon Hightower of Claremont, California

 

Snow Buddies by Ruth Power

Fire Cracker by Virginia Greaves of Roswell, Georgia

All Together by Hiroko Miyama and Masanobu Miyama of Chofu City Tokyo; A first collaboration with her husband.

Artie Facts by Joyce Paterson, Ukiah, California

Tiger by Jannie Moore of Escondido, California

“Did you wash your beak?” by David Taylor of Steamboat Springs, Colorado

No tricks here, just treats!

Happy Trick or Treating tonight!

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  • Karen Miller - Welcome home Anne and thanks for the fabulous quilt pictures! WOW! Just loved the “B” letter on the YouTube Schoolhouse Video!! Happy Halloween.

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  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, what great quilts! Must have been wonderful to see close up. I especially love the cat with the quilts. Thanks for sharing, and I can’t wait to see the costumes :)ReplyCancel

  • Victoria - Es estupendo su blog, me encanta todo lo que realiza, sus trabajos son fantásticos, una seguidora Española, Victoria es mi nombre y le invito a que visite mi blog.
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  • Christine M - Beautiful quilts. There are some very clever people out there!ReplyCancel

  • Ronda - Amazing!!!! Thanks for sharing. so inspirational!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy in Utah - Oh my gosh Anne!!! Thanks so much for sharing these amazing works of art with us. They are all just beautiful! So much talent there! Big Hugs…ReplyCancel

  • Kath;leen Solomi - All I can say is WOW , how do they do thisReplyCancel

  • Mary T Salmon - These blew me away! I so enjoyed IQF this year.
    I really loved “The Gift” by Pam Seaberg of Kenmore, WA. That cat looked like it would jump into my arms.

    Love,
    MaryReplyCancel

  • Montserrat estupiñà - Una maravilla, a qual mejor. Me han dejado con la boca abierta.Felicidades a las artistas.ReplyCancel