As a general rule, I take all the photos for my blog, but today I am making a special exception.
My friend, Janneken Smucker, emailed me the above photo of the quilt installation she visited.
The quilts are red, but I am green with envy that I didn't see them in person.
This amazing exhibit, Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts, runs through today 3/30/2011, and is located at the American Quilt Museum in New York City (Park Avenue Armory).
If you don't happen to live around the corner from there, I noticed there is a flickr set of over 500 photos that visitors have posted here. Probably not as good as actually being there, but worth a look all the same.
If you do live in NYC, I would think that you are already putting on your coat to head on over to this.
Thank you Janneken for tipping us off to this awesome show and for sharing your photo. For those of you who don't know Janneken yet, she is an amazing young woman who is perhaps one of the worlds leading experts on Amish Quilt history. Check out her book here on Amish Crib Quilts.