The Chickasha quilt show this past weekend had a special exhibit dedicated to sunbonnet quilts. It was very interesting to see all the variations of this popular traditional design. The yellow one (above) was my favorite. Not only do we get to see Sue's face, but it looks like she is working on some embroidery designs in a hoop. I also like the way it combines embroidery with applique.
This green girl was also very nice. Sue has embroidered hands but all the rest is applique. This quilt had 20 or so Sue blocks and each one had a different color scheme.
This last photo is of a quilt I thought was a little odd. It looks like Sue is Goose-Stepping and the quilt was probably made in the 1940's or 1950's judging by the fabric in the dresses.