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Name of Maker: Kim M. Majczan
I needed a quick baby quilt design for a my daughter's friend.  I had just watched the recent show featuring Alex's design to make a just that.  I decided to make it and quilt it myself. Most of my quilts are quilted by a wonderful long armer but I didn't have time to wait so I did it myself.
Name of Maker: Paula J Tuano
Our Guild had a challenge to make a quilt in red, white and blue for the Wounded Warrior Project. We ended up with 50+ quilts which we donated to be given away at Fort Belvoir, VA at Christmas.
Name of Maker: Paula J Tuano
Hand appliqued and quilted.  Adapted from a pattern by Patricia Campbell.  
Name of Maker: M Goldsmith
i  made this quilt for my son Louis. I named it Opal bracelet because it reminded me of my mothers opal bracelet from my childhood. 
It was on a black background and flashes of blues ,greens and sparkling colours. 
I used a black print as the background and  a band of eggplant kona fabric with a mix of circles in Kaffe Fassett fabrics. The quilting is mostly pebbling and pea pods. 
Name of Maker: me
I bought an old Mad men style office chair on ebay for $10  and  wanted to recover it. But all I had was  1/2 metre of  robert Kaufman fabric that I fell in love with and bought 2 years ago. Not quite enough to cover a chair. So  I used my applique skills to improvise. On the seat , appliqued a wreath of hearts on a black background and I am happy with the results. 
I now have a great sewing chair for very little money. 
Name of Maker: Joyce Harrison
Made for my daughters' June 21 summer solstice wedding.
Original block pattern called "Moon over the Mountain"
And inspiration from a Jean Wells quilt.
All batik top with black panels on the back.
Over-all quilting design called "breath of the Gods" by www.Elementz.com 
It is going to be entered into the Tucson Quilt Show in Feb. 2016.
Name of Maker: Wendy J Grande
A friend shared this poem with me, written by Bob Perks, and I could not stop thinking about it!  When I showed it to my daughter Allyson, we thought it should be captured on a quilt.  We equated four of the lines to seasons of the year and wrote them in the flower  wreaths and sun.  To complete the seasons theme trees were added; and a delicate inner border left plenty of space for a wonderful quilting.  My dear friend, Alex Anderson, designed the quilting for the border.
The original quilt is Hand Applique with fabric, trim and ribbons.  The quilt has also been replicated using the Cameo by Sillhouette to cut out the trees, leaves and flowers. Machine stitches were used to create the wreaths and machine applique the components in place.   
Name of Maker: Sharon Blaylock
This was made from a kit.  I really liked how it came out.  It iwas fun to do.
Name of Maker: Deborah Ennis
I just had to try to make this quilt and try the quilting techniques that I saw in the October  2013 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine. 
I used my precious gems in my stash of favorites and got to work on this colorful quilt. 
The photo in the magazine displays Tula Pinks design talent and Angela Walters quilting skills. 
My quilt doesn't shine as brightly as the magazine, but, I finished it and really like it also.
Name of Maker: Deborah Ennis
I made this sampler to attain more experience.  I started this quilt long ago and finally finished it this year.  I gave it to my beautiful grand-daughter to keep her warm.
Name of Maker: Deborah Ennis
This quilt was made especially for my beautiful daughter.  I pieced it in two months and then took two years to finish the borders and the quilting.  I also made matching pillow cases for it.  My husband and I finally got it to her this year.  She now lives out of state.  Making this for her was fun and I learned a lot.
Name of Maker: Mary Kay Runyan
A modern quilt for my new nephew, John.
Name of Maker: Susan Cooper
This is an mixed media art quilt. 60x72.  I have used acrylic paints, applique, oil paint sticks, thread painting, and quilting. The quilt is three dimensional using toile for the water, I completed this last year.

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