One of those was spider webs.
I am sorry to say that I did not get the name of this quilter, but it was among the 60 well known quilters and I think those names were in English. Maybe Queenie has the name because she bought the catalogue.
Also by a quilter I cannot identify.
This quilt was among the Original Design Quilt Category.
There were some amazing details to be enjoyed on thispiece of work.
The title, "As the Wind Blows".
There were plenty of leaves swirling around in that quilt but also note the spider and some webs.
This quilt by Hosomi-san called "Hide and Seek" includes a spider on a web plus ants and some caterpillars.
There was at least one other framed quilt with a spider in a web, and I think another full sized quilt.
I would have to say, the spiders were well represented at that show.
Queenie noticed quite a few cat quilts. The framed quilt category alone had at least four.
This one is by Kanda-san.
This quilter, Suzuki-san, has a quilt in the show for at least the past three years. They are always fused, raw-edge machine applique and full of black and white cats.
This one "In the garden where the agapanthas blooms" This was among the Original Design quilts.
I'll bet walking around with that bag on one's arm would draw a lot of attention.
(And this was not the only bag with cats )!
Even the Junior Category had a cat quilt.
I hope you enjoy the critters. I still have a few more posts to make ... if I can get my act together.