After 3 days ecodyeing at Festival of Quilts, I seemed to spend most of the remaining 2 days talking to people I met and took surprisingly few photos. The quilt I wished I'd made/ would like to have taken home was La Houle Bleue by Ann Worringer in the ' Diversity in Europe' Gallery. I nearly missed it as most of the other quilts around it did not entice me in.
The 2 gallery's I enjoyed most were Christine Chester's ' Fragility of memory' with it's excellent poignant use of the disintegrating surfaces of paper lamination and the varied and original work in the 'Through Your Hands' Maker-Making-Made. I was too absorbed in the work to take photos in either gallery apart from the keys of Susan Lenz ( who gave very interesting lecture - nice to meet her again)