MQG Exhibit at the Texas Quilt Museum

Thank you to everyone at the Texas Quilt Museum for hosting the MQG’s first-ever juried quilt exhibit. It was a huge success, and we were thrilled to be part of an exhibit at a internationally recognized quilt museum. Special thanks also to our exclusive sponsor, EZ Quilting.

See some of the featured quilts in the photos below!

Half Square #2 by Tara Faughnan

From right to left: Half Square #2 by Tara Faughnan, Individual Member; sticks&bricks by Laura Geiser, DC MQG; Irish Chain Variation by Amy Friend, Seacoast MQG

Rainbow Cloud Quilt by Sherri LynnWood, Individual Member

Rainbow Cloud Quilt by Sherri Lynn Wood, Individual Member

Irish Chain Variation by Amy Friend

From left to right: Irish Chain Variation by Amy Friend, Seacoast MQG; sticks&bricks by Laura Geiser, DC MQG; Half Square #2 by Tara Faughnan, Individual Member

Cabana by Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill

From right to left: Cabana by Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill, Southern Connecticut MQG; Summer Reading by Timna Tarr, Northampton MQG; Delilah by Emily Cier, Seattle MQG; Color Play by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Individual Member

Color Play by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Individual Member

Color Play by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Individual Member

Top: Dance Party at Tamara's House by Maria Shell, Individual Member; Bottom: Easy Does It by Lynne Mackay-Atha, DC MQG

Top: Dance Party at Tamara’s House by Maria Shell, Individual Member; Bottom: Easy Does It by Lynne Mackay-Atha, DC MQG

Austin House #3 by Carolyn Friedlander, Individual Member

From left to right: Austin House #3 by Carolyn Friedlander, Individual Member; Let’s Play by Doris Carr, Kansas City MQG; Sarasota Sunset #3 by Carole Lyles Shaw, Sarasota MQG; Color Play by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Individual Member

Leslie Tucker Jenison gives an impromptu talk at the Texas Quilt Museum.

Leslie Tucker Jenison, San Antonio MQG Member, gives an impromptu talk at the Texas Quilt Museum.

Leslie Tucker Jenison talks about her quilt, Aerial Geometry. Leslie is a member of the San Antonio MQG.

Leslie Tucker Jenison talks about her quilt, Aerial Geometry.

10 thoughts on “MQG Exhibit at the Texas Quilt Museum

  1. Love the exhibit but sorta disappointed because I don’t see my quilt. Any chance you got a picture of Quilting with Silk by Charlotte Noll that you could email me. See attached

    Thanks Charlotte kirkenoll@bellsouth.net

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