More photos from Tinahely Show 2019

Here are more photos of beautiful quilts from Tinahely show2019. Some small quilts can show up everything nicely on a over all photo but not king size one! So here are details.

And there were so many variety of technique and style we had this year which I am going to explain here. Again, please click to see larger image.

There were traditional quilts and modern quilts.

Kathy Fallon
Anna Hutchinson
Catherine Cardiff
Mary Downes

Big colourful ones and very subtle ones.

Margaret Horan
Bernadette Walsh
Brigit Goethe
Imelda O'Grady

Realistic and imaginative ones.

Sharon Burrell
Emer Jordan Allen
Ethelda Ellis
Geraldine Ryan

Beautiful hand quilting and machine quilting.

Anne Merrigan
Maureen Coogan

Simple quilting can be effective as much as decorative one.

Christine Brennan
Christina Merrick

Quilting makes a big difference.

Monica O'Brien
Geraldine Daly

Tiny hand piecing and intricate foundation piecing.

Mary Esson
Colette Cleary

Beautiful needle turn applique and delicate fused applique.

Meg Murphy
Maureen Talbot
Marilyn Farrell
Alison Baxter

Traditional work with some twist.

Gwanda McInerney
Breege Watson

Beautiful embellishment to add extra dimension to quilts.

Gina Maloney
Breege Watson

New technique we learnt, quilt as you go applique and free style curved piecing.

Christina Merrick
Josephine Whitmore

There were a good few Kaffe Fassett this year!

Caitriona O'Mahony
Janet Mathias

We can’t have a quilt show without Christmas quilts!

Frances Shanahan
Miriam Constantine

Also we can’t have a show without lone star and bargello quilts!

Ann Waters
Caroline Delaney

We had two community fund raising quilts made by a lot of people. One on the left is for ADAPT house in Limerick and one on the right is for Wicklow area.

Amanda Kenny
Tuesday Night Ladies, Aughrim

We had very ambitions beginners. One with original design and ones with king size!

Frank Whelan
Joanna Lowry

Clever use of colour and shape are what attract us to make quilts.

Terri McNeill
Geraldine Ryan

Did you get inspired? Would you like to learn how to make quilts? There are lots of place you can do so in Ireland. Let’s get sewing!

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