Monday, November 13, 2017

Tribute to Sue Garman

 The Tribute to Sue Garman was really amazing! It is really wonderful to see such a large body of her work all at once. Such a loss to the quilt community.
All of these quilts were made by Sue Garmen. 














I hope you enjoyed these as much as I did.

Have a wonderful Monday.

24 comments:

  1. All of these quilts are masterpieces...spectacular !
    Thank you for sharing Lori !

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  2. Oh my! What a beautiful collection. I can only imagine how lovely it was to be up close with these quilts.

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  3. So many gorgeous pieces there. Just the incredible amount of applique on several of her quilts is mind-boggling! I would lose my mind just attempting to replicate most of those. So beautiful.

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  4. Amazingly beautiful!! I especially love the 2 red and green appliquéd quilts that were approximately in the middle and the pickle dish (?) portion that doesn't show the whole quilt. Wow!!

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  5. She had an incredible talent, as a seamstress as much as with fabric selection. She was awesome. Thank you for sharing this us. Beautiful tribute of her work. ;^)

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  6. Wonderful...great inspiration...thanks for sharing!

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  7. What gorgeous master pieces. thank you for sharing with us.

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  8. I so wish I could have seen this exhibit. She was such an inspiration. I have made one of her patterns and it is my favorite quilt. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

    Mary

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  9. I wish I had gone to this show, if for nothing other than to see Sue's work. How fabulous, thanks so much for sharing so many of her pieces. They must have been amazing to see in person.

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  10. She was indeed a remarkable woman. Thanks for sharing these treasures.

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  11. Hi,
    I believe the spelling is "Garman" not Garmen.

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    1. Thank you! It’s important I get that correct!

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    2. Love your blog posts. Great content throughout.

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  12. I love her work, and thoroughly enjoyed seeing these quilts. I need to go back and look closer at a couple of favorites.

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  13. I am glad to see her work again, thank you for sharing it!!

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  14. WOW!!! Such beautiful quilts and they are so different. Love them all & thank you for sharing them with us.

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  15. She was indeed a traditional quilter extraordinaire. We can honor her by keep making her quilts.

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  16. Truly a remarkable designer and artist.

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  17. Stunning quilts. A virtuoso talent, such variety, such perfection.

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  18. спасибо! Прекрасный была дизайнер!

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  19. Lovely. Sue is missed very much. Lori, thank you so much for continuing to blog. So many have changed to other medias but I still prefer this because it always says so much and shows so much. Thank you again.

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  20. Such beautiful, amazing quilts!! How lucky you are to see these in person! Thanks so very much for sharing these pictures with us, and I totally agree with Janet in the comment above me: Thank You so much for continuing to blog!!!

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  21. Wow. Thank you so much for sharing these.

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  22. Thank you so much for posting this amazing body of work!

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