Quilt Gallery  (20,701 Quilts)

wired
Name of Maker: Cuauhtemoc Q Kish

"Wired" represents the everyday Man/Woman who has received too much stimuli from the world in which we live.

red-and-white-stars
Name of Maker: Vicki Hutter

This was a pattern designed by Shawn York.  I used Select Print & Piece for the small stars that are foundation pieced.  Began in June 2016 and finished in February 2017.

rajah-revisited
Name of Maker: Vicki Hutter

This is the 2016 BOM from The Quilt Show using William Morris Jewel Tone fabrics.

spiral-lone-star-2
Name of Maker: Karen Puffett

Beautiful fabric inspired this spiral lone star quilt pattern from Jan Krentz's Lone Star Quilts & Beyond pattern book.

garden-serendipity
Name of Maker: Karen Puffett

My Garden Serendipity quilt won first place in the 2011 Minnesota State Fair as well as first place in its category in the Minnesota Quilters 33rd Annual Quilt Show and Conference.  It also won the Capitol City award for small quilt.  I adapted Mary Sorensen's Simple Gifts quilt pattern by creating a purple lattice border to frame the needle-turned applique flowers enhanced with beads and the vines, bees, butterflies, dragon flies, snail, grasshopper and frog.  This garden serendipity makes me think of spring.

Fiesta
Name of Maker: Randa Mulford

This is a sample quilt created for Quilt Market 2016 in Houston to feature Paula Nadelstern's new Kismet fabric line from Benartex.

scrappy-kitten-baby-quilt
Name of Maker: Carolyn Hughey

Here a kitty, there a kitty, everywhere a pretty kitty.  The purrfect choice
for any baby.  It can be done in pastels, primary colors or just one color.
Great for babies and kids of all ages. It’s the cat’s meow!

bodacious-bull-dog-with-3-d-tongue
Name of Maker: Carolyn Hughey

What cuties. Every bulldog has unique markings. By choosing where the black
and white fabric are placed, you can make yours look just like your favorite
Boston Bull Terrier.  I loved my little bulldog, Betty, and this quilt is a tribute
to her.  The little pink tongues are 3-dimentional making it look as if they
might lick your face, at any minute.

blooming-prickly-pear-cactus
Name of Maker: Carol Ann Freda

I made this for my brother and his wife who are "Snow Birds" in Arizona during the winters in Minnesota. I ventured outside my comfort zone of traditional quilts to make this landscape quilt. No rules were needed here. I used paint, fused fabric, machine embellishments and free motion quilting to complete the quilt. 

wyatt-s-baby-quilt
Name of Maker: Ellen Eastman

Baby quilt from "The Bunny Patch" pattern by Nancy Mahoney. Approx. 39" x 49" using "Guess How Much Do I Love You" fabric by Clothworks; finished December, 2016.

aunt-donna-s-birdhouses
Name of Maker: Donna Herrold Mohler

Customer quilt.  I quilted several quilts for a family who lost their sweet aunt this past spring. She was making a quilt for each of her children before she passed away. Her niec-in-law finished piecing them and I was honored to quilt them all. In each quilt I quilted a hidden "Love, mom". They didn't know the name of this pattern and after much research, I found it to be a 2000 Thimblberries "Safe Haven" BOM! Here is the quilt ready for binding. 

Front of quilt
Name of Maker: Susan Hilsenbeck

This little wall quilt started in a 'Tiny Houses' class with Laura Wasilowski in Houston, 2015 (http://artfabrik.com/workshops-lectures/workshops/). It is very loosely based on a cabin on my in-laws property where the cub-scouts used to meet when my husband was young. It is fused, embellished with hand-stitching and then machine stitched.

beary-belle
Name of Maker: Carla Galbraith

Adorable panel quilt made for beautiful Isabelle.

celtic-crest
Name of Maker: Nanette Sturgill

The design in the central part of the quilt is a variant on a military helmet discovered in Italy and dated to approximately 325 BC. 

water-wheels
Name of Maker: Nanette Sturgill

I love the influence of celtic design and art.  I purchased the salmon colored fabric several years ago and have been unable to bring myself to cut it into little pieces.  The large celtic spiral allow the fabric to still be seen and admired.

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