The second quilt that is going to be in the show is a design by Pat Sloan, called "Katie's Tulips". This wall hanging is the result of a Pat Sloan workshop that I attended in the fall. This quilt was machine quilted by me on Karen Sieverts gammill and is my first attempt ever at echo-quilting.
The third quilt that I am showing is a design by Sherri Hisey from Border Creek Station Pattern Company, called "The Road to a Friend's House is Never Far". This particular quilt is not yet one of her published patterns, but I'm sure it will be eventually. It was originally published as a mystery, and my version of the quilt was made in my role as "pattern tester". This one is machine quilted by me on my D-A-Q shortarm machine.
I am wondering if it will feel strange to go to a quilt show and actually see something of my own hanging...and is it acceptable to sneak and eavesdrop just a teeny bit if there are other quilters looking at them when I am in the area????