Yesterday I had the honor of attending a quilt show at the Union Station Train Depot in Ogden, Utah. I brought you a sampling of the Hawaiian quilts that were featured there, from the collection of Henry and Angela Hite. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!Applique Plumeria, circa 1930
This is a close up of the feather stitching done on the applique…
Applique Hawaiian Sandalwood, circa 1950
Applique Comb and Fan by B. Lincoln, circa 1960
Applique Plumeria #2, circa 1940
Applique Pineapple, designed by Leone Kamona, circa 1992
Close up on scallop quilting on pineapple… I love the texture this creates!
Applique Pua Kapaloke, circa 1920
Applique Hawaiian, circa 1900… Note the ruffle along the edge!
Applique Christmas Cactus, circa 1930
No information on this one as the picture was unreadable… 😦
Applique Silversword, made by Mrs. Escabar, circa 1981
Applique Orchid, made by Gladys Tasaka over 1 year, circa 1982
I wanted to show you the picture that was used as inspiration for this piece.
And last, but not least, my quilty friends that went with me! Midje, Paula, and Sheri. I always love a great quilt show! This was no exception.
Thanks for joining me…
Tags: applique, fabric, handmade, Hawaiian applique, Quilting, quilts, Roy Quilt Guild, The Henry and Angela Hite Collection