There was one intriguing quilt that was hung so that the farthest you could get away from it straight on was four feet... so it was impossible to get a photo of the entire quilt. I was lucky to get any photos because of the crowd.
I took this photo at eye-level (and I ain't short) so it will give you some idea of how large it was. I figure "eye-level" is appx. 5'6".... you can see the top of the quilt at the far side... and where the quilt is draped onto the floor at the bottom. Yup... it is a big one!
What made this quilt interesting was that it was made from antique Dresden quilt blocks found in 1967... and turned into a quilt in 2013.
This photo shows one of the rescued blocks that didn't make it into the quilt. Each Dresden plate was removed from the original background and appliqued to a new background.
Using 1930s repro fabrics, a yoyo was added to the center of the Dresdens and sashing was added.