Quilt Gallery  (20,649 Quilts)

Name of Maker: Lyn Duhig

Pieced and quilted on a domestic sewing machine for my husband's great grandson.

Liberal use of rulers/templates for domestic machine quilting, plus some freehand quilting. 

Name of Maker: Olena Korolova

The quilt is gift for my mother.

Name of Maker: Karen Snedeker

This quilt was a challenge as there was very little of the basket fabric to work with, but it forced me to practice my piecing and to let loose of precision a few times just to have enough fabric in spots.  It's now in my friends cottage in Nantucket ready for those chilly evenings.

Name of Maker: Jolene Shindler

This is the 2nd place winner for the 2016 Hoffman Challenge I created and dedicated to our family dog "Lucky"  of 19 years. She passed away during the making of this quilt which led me to such intense quilting. It's amazing what we can do when our minds are distracted with such wonderful memories of a family furry member! I love you still Lucky! 

Name of Maker: Karen Snedeker

Started as a panel, borders added, lots of outline stitching to set off all elements of the tree and gifts, stars stitched in white glitter thread - very happy with the way the quilting highlighted the image.  Coordinating place mats included for holiday gift.

Name of Maker: Janice Smith

My crazy quilt features photos from my grandmother's album. It delights me to see the fun that my grandmother and her friends had at the turn of the last century. On the back of the quilt I placed a copy of my grandparent's marriage certificate and three small enamel buttons from my grandmother's trousseau.

Name of Maker: Karlyn Bue Lohrenz

Although I love the four seasons of Montana, the winter seems to wear us

down quickly with the cold and snow.  I go to the Studio to anticipate spring.

It is easy to pull the colors of spring, shades of blue skies and green grass.

Moisture, robins coming home and we come out of hiding.

Name of Maker: Cuauhtemoc Q Kish

Interpretation of photo taken at Antelope Canyon.

Name of Maker: Cuauhtemoc Q Kish

Interpretation of photo taken at Antelope Canyon.

Name of Maker: Cuauhtemoc Q Kish

"Walking Through Fields" uses slashed silks, netting and cotton to get the effect of flowering fields.

Name of Maker: Sue Jennings

This quilt was total serendipity. It is made from the scraps from another quilt - mostly Moda Fig Tree.   I love hand applique, so I started out by drawing the central motif and then just added additional borders to the quilt.  I adore Ohio Stars and Orange Peel blocks, so added those, as well.  There was no planning involved, I am embarrassed to admit - the quilt just happened.  I added buttons and yo yo embellishments.  As the quilt is so busy, I decided to keep the quilting simple. It will probably not be everyone's cup of tea, but looking at it cheers me up!

Name of Maker: Karlyn Bue Lohrenz

Ranch life as a young girl brought "great respect" for the work in the saddle as I

rode alongside the seasoned ones.  Long days, tough rides, cattle drives through

difficult terrain but fresh air, sunrises and sunsets made for a wonderful way of

life.  My quilt is a tribute to the cowboy.

Name of Maker: Barb

Made to prove to a friend that I knew HOW to applique. Gifted to granddaughter for 2012 Christmas.

Name of Maker: Carol Moellers

Made for the McCall’s 2015 “Be Creative! Quilt Challenge”.  This quilt was selected as a finalist in the contest.  It is currently traveling around the country and appearing at the Quilt and Sewing Expo shows.  The contest was sponsored by  McCall’s Quilting and sister magazines Quilters Newsletter and Quiltmaker.   

Name of Maker: Krista Black

Made in Chris Timmins Take Six class in 2012. The first of my tops quilted on my new Sweet16 this year, in time for our guild quilt show. The name "Nimbin" reflects the rainbow colors, and refers to the "hippy" community of Nimbin in Queensland.

Name of Maker: Karen Woomer

Sedona Star block of the Month.  I changed it a little and did not put in the outside embroidery.  Won first place at Ozarks Piecmaker Quilt Guild show Sept 8-10, 2016.

Coming Sunday - Show#1909 with Artist: Cathy Wiggins

Purchase your Leather Journal Cover Kit and be ready to follow along as Cathy Wiggins takes you on a "Leather Journey"




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