See how restrained I was,
2 scrap packets of prints from Maze and Vale,
2 fat quarters, 2 fat 1/8's and some vintage squares
I took a lot of photos on my ipad but they all appear quite misty looking (something to do with the light in the building I think) so I won't publish them, but I can put up links to some of the quilts. For instance this quilt made by Lorena Uriarte was one I particularly liked, it was quilted quite simply with a spiral in each circle and straight line quilting on all the building blocks. Depending on the angle you viewed the quilt you could see hexagons, or diamonds or building blocks and even stars and of course the circles were superimposed on top. The blocks were machine pieced and the circles were appliqued by hand.
another BlocLoc ruler, a wee tin (looks like a cassette)
a cloth tape measure, a couple of badges
and a laboclip (magnifying viewing aid) to clip onto my glasses
Another quilt that I liked was the second one in this blog post called Subdivision made by Kathy Thorncraft, it was made from a combination of two different but simple blocks and quilted quite simply with straight line quilting which started in a curve at one corner and was then echoed out about 1/4" each time. I think this quilt appealed to me because you could create different patterns with it depending on how you arranged the blocks. There is a pattern for this quilt in Make Modern digital magazine (issue 3).
Miss Midge blogged about AQC 2015 here ,Vireya wrote a post here and Michele wrote a lovely post about the AQC here.