Sunday, February 18, 2018

Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival 2018 - Part 1

I attended the Tokyo International Great Quilt Festival several weeks ago and I still haven't gotten my photos organized.  I'm really going to work on them this week!  


My friend, Queenie, who blogs at Queenie's Needlework met me at the metro station and we went together to the show at the Tokyo Dome. 



Today's pictures are only the overall winners, but I will be back in a couple of days with more photos!



Japan Quilt Grand Prix First Place—Masako Sanada


Japan Quilt Grand Prix Second Place—Chiharu Katsuragawa


Friendship Award—Chikako Akashi


Hand Making Award—Toshiko Imai



10 comments:

  1. Ooooo I love the quilt show pictures every year! The Friendship Winner! (!!!) All the different expressions are so great haha.

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  2. Hi Pamela,wow how exciting love your pics,such beautiful work xx

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  3. Wow, so many beautiful Quilts, I am very excited
    Martina

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  4. Oh my word, Pamela, these are incredible... Thank you for showing us!

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  5. So many wonderful quilts. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Good that you did not only get a picture of the quilts but also of the official in his suit, white gloves, and face mask. Influenza time in Tokyo!

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  7. What beautiful quilts, love the cats, but the overall prize winner made me go wow!!

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  8. How fantastic! I would love to visit one of the big Japanese quilt shows. The photos always look amazing, and it seems the standard of work is very high. Thanks for sharing your photos with us!

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  9. Gosh, what wonderful quilts!
    Now tell me, do they wear masks because they have the flu? No, I guess it must be so they don’t catch it, is that right?
    How super that you met up with Queenie! Were you in her photos? If so, I didn’t realise she meant you when she named her friends. How super!
    Hugs
    Barbara xx

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  10. Those quilts are amazing, especially the First Place and the Hand Making Award. How much time and dedication has to go into them!

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