Here's an idea of all the beautifull things I've seen. For me the two things I liked most were the quilts presented by the Egyptian tentmakers and the creations of Japanese quilters (like Yoko Saito and Reiko Kato) that are amongst the most refined ones in the world = lots and lots of work, details, stitching and beautifull features like crochet that they incorporate in their designs ... for me each of their quilts are true works of art.
Wildknitting at the entrance of the hall
The Egyptian tentmakers' quilts
The Japanese quilts
Stitching (especially cross stitch) will always be my first love, but I also want to explore the world of quilting, making smaller items like table runners and such (for the moment I'm not courageous enough to start a bead spread) ... so here's the stash I've acquired :-)
Already thinking of Halloween and Christmas ;-)
Till the next time (probably with an update on Serengeti mandala)!