Quilt Gallery

wildflowers-for-me
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
After making an appliqued flower quilt for my granddaughter, I had to have one for myself.  I used wildflower patterns from several different sources and also three bird patterns.  The chains were all cut from one multicolor fabric.
graduation-celebration
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Wall quilt made to celebrate my granddaughter's graduation from Law School.  It's foundation pieced from a pattern I found in the EQ6 block library,  with hand applique in the center.  It is stretched on artist canvas frame.
hang-in-there-2
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
This quilt is hanging above my treadmill.  I was hoping for some encouragement.
wonky-trees-for-rachel
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Lap quilt for granddaughter for Christmas 2014.
christmas-flowers-for-christina
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Lap quilt made for Granddaughter for Christmas 2014.
at-the-tree-lot.1
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Lap quilt made for my grandson and his fiance for Christmas.
apache
Name of Maker: Paula Tuano
Recreated from an oil painting I did in 1976.
stonehenge-2
Name of Maker: Paula Tuano
This quilt was done from a photo taken by a cousin who had traveled to England. Date unknown.
lily-2
Name of Maker: Paula Tuano
From a pattern by Lenore Crawford. I was especially interested in learning her raw edge technique.
brownie
Name of Maker: Madeleine Trainor
Leftover half-square triangle from the stitch and flip method. Cindy Needham inspired quilting
Full quilt
Name of Maker: Joyce Michael
I made this quilt using fabrics in my stash to donate to my friend who serves as a missionary in Honduras.  She & her husband minister to the Honduran pastors and support them with Christmas gifts of clothing, school supplies, and needed household items as well as operate feeding centers and training for local jobs for the Honduran adults and orphans.  

I made this with lots of love to share with someone I don't know.   I wish I could deliver this in person and give a hug along with the quilt!

The pattern is from the In Color Order website and it is a great pattern, Giant Vintage Star Quilt.  The piecing goes together very quickly and my mind and hands just had a lot of fun with the quilting using a Superior Threads variegated thread in bronzes & golds. All hand-guided quilting, freehand quilting on my HQ Fusion long-arm machine.  

(The quilt lays flat... I didn't have time to mount for a proper photo so this is the non-professional-held-by-husband photo!  :)  )
call-of-the-wild
Name of Maker: Cindy Gabel
#2 in a series , What a Novel Idea.
the-cat-s-meow
Name of Maker: Georgia Andrews
Deviating from my Art Quilter roots, this is the first traditional, pieced quilt for me. When my granddaughter requested a kitty cat quilt for her first "big girl" bed, I found a simple pattern (which I enlarged and made minor changes to), located the cat fabric and all the coordinating fabrics (three were from my stash) and a lightly used white bed sheet was used for the backing.  I really enjoyed constructing this quilt, and sharpened some skills in the process! Georgia Andrews - Fêteshui Studio
Random Hearts Quilt
Name of Maker: Bev Remillard
Love heart quilts!  Random Hearts is my original pieced design with large and small hearts set in a chain design for easy piecing.  I chose bold reds of many colors to speak as the large hearts and to sit in the background, I chose softer, medium value hearts of a smaller size - gives the quilt just the right flair!  One of my most popular classes and patterns - pattern includes a table runner version as well as quilt!
French Twist Quilt
Name of Maker: Bev Remillard
Creamy Blues and sweet reds pull together this twisted quilt.  The twist is in the original 'Swirl' block, which is an easy pieced block created with traditional elements.  I love the way this quilt carries a secondary design based on color placement alone - plenty of fun!  Quilt pattern includes 3 sizes.

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