Quilt Gallery

Name of Maker: Robin Gold
I designed this quilt for a modern quilt challenge to show that "modern" quilts could also be appliquéd, but it wasn't completed in time. Once I did finish it, I entered it in a couple of local shows, but it didn't place. Still, I love it, and a friend of my like it so much that she currently has it hanging in her entryway—it's on loan, I keep telling her 
Name of Maker: Jeanne Hall
A wall quilt made from stash fabrics with an asian flare. I wanted to incorporate some New York Beauty blocks and add interest with slivers of fabric flanges to accentuate curves. It was fun as I played with blocks and fabrics. It was quilted on my Nolting 24 Pro with gold thread. I am pleased at how it ended up. The black piping at the binding edge was a needed frame.
Name of Maker: Marcella Brown

The center of this quilt is a hand embroidered thread painting of a wolf. It took 200 hours to make the center panel, then I painted the background and made trapunto leaves. The borders have 76 oak leaves sewn on them. I love the colors in this quilt and they go well with the room in which it hangs, my guest bathroom.

Name of Maker: NA
Made the quilt for my daughter and her soon-to-be-born baby girl. The design is by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts. It is found in her children book of same title: Rainbow Nest. It is a combination of irish chain and raw edge applique. Instead, of the raw edge applique, I used needle-turned applique for the center medallion and freezer paper on top of the fabric while hand-sewing to hold and follow the shape of the elements. The background is white dots on white cotton fabric, and all the color fabric is batiks from the Rainbow line by Edyta Sitar. It took me twelve days, from start to finish, to complete this quilt, and a whole evening for cutting the fabric. The shape cut ruler was used for cutting the hundreds of little squares accurately and in very little time as it was possible to cut several layers of fabric at the same time. I also used chain sewing for the irish chain squares as demonstrated by Ricky Tims in one of his video on this site.
Name of Maker: Chip Styles
Thus wallhanging was made after viewing the Binding Tool Star video from the Missouri Star Quilt Co.  I called it Star Crossed Lovers because Valentine's Day is just 2 days away.  My 7 year old grandson, Jacob, chose the setting.  The wallhanging was quilted on my Elna Quilters Dream.
Name of Maker: Jolene Shindler
Got to actually see my quilt this weekend at The Pioneer Museum in Dade City Florida this weekend! 2/7/15
Name of Maker: Chip Styles
Log cabin with floral applique & 3 dimentional butterflies.
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.
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.
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
This quilt is hanging above my treadmill.  I was hoping for some encouragement.
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Lap quilt for granddaughter for Christmas 2014.
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Lap quilt made for Granddaughter for Christmas 2014.
Name of Maker: Bonnie Lewis
Lap quilt made for my grandson and his fiance for Christmas.

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