Looking through these, I have a hard time figuring out the difference between these and the "Traditional" quilts. I am also wondering if there was a theme of flowers behind the contest, as certainly there were more flowers than anything else.
A number of those in this category were small and medium wall hangings. This one was made by Akemi Tajima.
Another hanging by Yukiko Ishizuka.
A medium sized hanging by Noriko Endo
A full sized quilt entitled "Dog Garden", by Ritsuko Shino.
Entitled "For You Arigato" (Thank You) by Yoshiko Sakai.
Roughly translated, "Flower Field" by Tomoko Kawahake.
Kazuko Yamada has put a lot of detail and quilting stitches into this one!
a close-up view...
Teruko Ono made this one.
Another small hanging by Fumiko Kitabatake, entitled "Gift".
This hydrangea hanging I photographed with the sign because it was small,
but now the writing is too small for me to read.
And the last one seems to have one some kind of prize...
I think the name is Etsuko Iitaka.
It was hard enough to grab a photo of the whole thing without heads and elbows and shoulders included, as there were many people checking out the details.
Lots of tiny applique in this quilt!
Most of my pictures subjects were hand-work, both stitching and quilting, so I may have missed a few. Hope you found some inspiration here. I know I did.