There was a special exhibit of reproduction quilts. It's the Great Lakes Seaway Trail, War of 1812 Bicentennial Quilts Traveling Exhibit. They were all long, and very narrow quilts, as though made for soldier's cots. Each one had a special significance to the maker, most having a connection to someone lost in a war. The repro fabrics were wonderful! And I'm really liking the size for wall hangings!
The following are close ups of the gorgeous hand quilting on this quilt. But the photo of the whole quilt is just a big orange square! So I didn't include the whole pic.
These next three quilts were part of the Barbara Barber exhibit. All gorgeous in every way!
I'll have more pics in a few days! It was such a good show!
Have a great day!