This breadfruit (ulu) quilt was made for the Presidential Suite of the hotel. It was made in 1985.This quilt is two-color quilt is from the early 1800's. A traditional Hawaiian quilt unknown pattern with exquisite quilting. Show & tell and buying door prize tickets were both popular activities at the show. This is a group quilt the No Nene Quilters made for one of our quilt sisters. My favorite night was fabric bingo night. We played for prizes donated by local sponsors using Hawaiian themed quilt bingo cards. For example, grandmother's flower garden was tutu's garden and friendship star was ohana (family) star. Each square marker was a hand pieced origami fabric square with a bead in the center. So fancy!
With this image of a early Hawaiian flag quilt from the Prince Albert Collection I'll say "a hui ho" until next year from the North Shore Quilt Show.