I found one booth with many quilts and quilt tops. Each was gathered and tied at the top, hanging close to each other against a wall. It was impossible to see a whole quilt without removing it from its hook, and since I knew I probably wouldn't be buying any of them, I tried to photograph them by holding each out with one hand while holding my camera with the other.
These two sunbursts
These two blocks
Double nine-patch is such a simple quilt pattern. When I think about patterns to sew I usually pass over this idea thinking it too ordinary, but when I see the finished quilts I think they pack a lot of punch, in a vintage kind of way.
This simple stripey flying geese quilt is another pattern that I am impressed with when I see a finished quilt but that I pass over when I think about what pattern to make next. I love the colors in this one.
And then there was this quilt top. Vintage improv, perhaps? I don't believe I've ever seen a vintage/antique quilt with so many pieces so haphazardly sewn together.
Oh, here is how the quilts were hung, against several walls of this booth.
Happy quilting to you!