Now a few more random pictures...
This was a lovely "Cathedral Window" quilt made by Chizuko Otsuka, I think in the traditional class.
The quilt was too big to get it all into my camera frame.
This technique, though one I have used in the past, was very unusual in the use of multiple fabrics.
There fancy flowers are by Shigeko Inoue ... a lot of fine piecing and quilting...
Very lovely variety of flower blocks and lots of bunnies ... made by Kyoko Okumura.
Chikako Ueno, who belongs to a group that picks a theme each year and displays picture quilts from members and overseas groups they have connected with.
and more ...
Lots to see and enjoy.
I am very much hoping this return to Yokohama will continue.
I have yet to get back to my quilt border.
First on the agenda will be adding a hanging sleeve to this big quilt that has been invited to attend a show held by my friend Kurashi-sensei.
"Double-crossed" was my second try at a Lucy Boston quilt. After making this one, I saw her original for a second time since it caught my attention at a British fair many years ago. I noticed then, that the draft I had made used much smaller pieces than the original. Maybe I will have to re-visit this again some day with larger blocks. The use of fussy-cuts to create designs can be very addictive.