The Dallas Quilt Show specifically says not to publish pictures without the artists' written permission, and I haven't asked each of the Twisted Stitchers... but
On the left is Tonya Littman's Raining Cats and Dogs inspired by last year's quilt show. Then we have Sandy's Statue of Liberty. She's got a whole Statue of Liberty thing going on in the bathoom of her wonderful quilt shop, so I'll get to see the quilt whenever I'm shopping and need a potty break! Delightful! Then my "lillies." It's the longest of them all! I can't believe I made something bigger than everyone else! Then Carol Morrisey's carrot, which I adore. The fields of farmland in the background are wonderful. Then Judy Krien's Day of the Deadlines. Very very clever and easily one of the most whimsical quilts in the whole show. (Judy, you must enter the "whimsical" catagory in Houston.) And then there is Sharon's cactus which has individually tied spikes made of twine. Very effective!
Today is the first day of Spring Break. We had planned a wonderful three day trip to San Antonio to do all the San Antonio stuff including Sea World, until we realized Sea World is closed this week. Grumble. We're doing all kinds of Dallas stuff instead. Today we are going to the zoo and maybe the Amon Carter museum. And definetely ice cream.