Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Bulloch Hall

This is Bulloch Hall.  It was the home of Teddy Roosevelt’s mother and is open to the public.  Once a year, the Bulloch Hall Quilt Guild holds a quilt show at the house.

I belong to a quilt bee called Piecemakers and we do a yearly block exchange.  Last year we exchanged string blocks and the challenge was to make a quilt using them.  We could cut them up or use them as exchanged.  Each of us was able to specify a color preference and mine was black and white.  Ten of our quilts were entered in the show and displayed together in the attic.

Here they each are.

Mine was the last one in the row of quilts.

We all went to the show on Monday and then out to lunch – it was a wonderful day with friends.

Here is a photo of the whole group of us at the show.

0311 Piecemakers



  1. Well, I missed it this year! I love the Bulloch Hall quilt show, and it is such a lovely home and grounds. Your quilts look great!

  2. I have a quilt in the "Mittie" room on the second floor. I am going to visit Bulloch Hall today. Now I have a reason to check out the attic! The show ends Saturday, so folks still have some time to go.

  3. What a great variety use of the same bocks. Very impressive.


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