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Name of Maker: Cuauhtemoc Q Kish

Burlap & Silks; machine quilted; fused.

Name of Maker: Pat Daniels

Starfire is a pattern on my web site www.compositions-in-cloth.com. I've found a new way to draw paper-piecing patterns. I'd really like to get some feedback on the pattern so I'm offering this one as a free-bee. Please have a peek and tell me what you think. Go to-  http://compositions-in-cloth.com/?page_id=79

Name of Maker: Sherrie Cahill

Raw edged applique inspired by a photo taken at the Naples Zoo.

Name of Maker: Laurie Paurazas

I began this quilt in a Jan Krentz Summer Salsa workshop in 2006 and finished it in 2015.   the pattern is involved but not that difficult.  Lesson learned - it's hard to pick up where you left off!  

I designed my own paper pieced setting squares and am very happy with the result.  I liked it so much I asked a wonderful long arm quilter in our guild, Merry Jo Rembold to quilt it and the quilting is gorgeous - makes he quilt!

Name of Maker: Karin Miller

My mother showed me how to construct this block at a quilt camp.  All it took was a few fat quarters and some border fabric and a quilt was made.

Name of Maker: Jomama

I was working on a series of buildings when this image came to me in the middle of the night. Luckily I remembered it in the morning.

Name of Maker: Jomama

The root cellar is an abstraction of a picture I took of a root cellar in New Foundland, Canada.

Name of Maker: Jo Ann Cross

The pattern for this quilt was made by tracing a photo of caladiums in my flower bed onto white fabric.  The veins were made by heavily quilting the leaves.  Then the unit was cut out and appliqued to the black background.  An extra layer of batting was added behind the leaves before the final quilting.

Name of Maker: Karen Snedeker

This quilt was made for a friend to use as a cover for her Mah Jongg table.  She has a beautiful vintage set with cherry red accessories that she wanted to match.  Because the game table is small, and tiles remain face up during play, the center design element needed to be limited - and everything needed to be very secure to withstand the mixing and passing of tiles.  Those of you who play will recognize The Wall in the beige embroidered fabric, the racks in the outer strip sets, and flowers being passed during the Charleston in the corners.  This was a wonderful project to design and quilt - I hope it brings her much luck at the table!

Name of Maker: Tami Gallogly
This is Alex's 3-hour baby quilt pattern! It was perfect for the fabric I had chosen for my grandson (due in two weeks). Thank you Alex! Fabric is "Fawn" by Hawthorne Threads
Name of Maker: Lesli McCloskey

20 " x 20" block size

This was a one day workshop piece. 

Name of Maker: Ellen Eastman

Growth chart made for my grandson using Sue Spargo's techniques and Bird Dance book.

Name of Maker: Wilma Brock

This quilt was made for a friend in memory of our childhood and her mother. We would spent many happy hours climbing the birch trees in her back yard and swaying in the breeze. Her mother always supported our wild escapades, including building a tree fort high up in the branches. Can you see the steps we nailed in the tree to get started on our climb? We share strong roots.

Name of Maker: Wilma Brock

This quilt was a guild challenge for our 2015 show. It had to be 24" sq., have a traditional block in it somewhere, have no black or white, and be made from only two colours chosen randomly out a paper bag. We could use any tint or shade of those colours. It was a very good lessson in using the colour wheel. I was also exploring how to get depth and movement in my art. 

Name of Maker: drblt

I made six of these blocks in a color class with Jean Wells in October, then finished it up over the next month.

Name of Maker: Cindy Gabel

My first ever written pattern from my own design. This quilt took only three days to piece but serve real weeks to write the pattern . That was so much harder to do !

Name of Maker: Cindy Gabel

My first attempt at a whole cloth quilt. I used the skill builders panel I received as a gift with my renewal to TQS this year. I added some hot fix crystals and love how it turned out.

Name of Maker: MaryAnne Jarvin

Made for my Journal quilt group in April 2015

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